Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look

by - July 27, 2017

Hello my beautiful people,
Two eye looks with only one eye shadow Quartet! Yes you guys have heard it right. Few days back I have shared a review on Lakme 9 to 5 Eye Color quartet in Slik Route (Read the review here) and suggested this palette to all specially beginners. I also said that you can create different eye looks using this quad. So to justify my claim I created two glamorous and festive looks only using this quartet, yes only this. I didn’t even use any brown shadow on my crease. So without further ado let’s start with the tutorial.

Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look



Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look

Look 1: Purple and Gold Halo eyes

Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look

Steps
Step 1:
Prep your eyes with primer and concealer to cancel any discoloration.
Step 2:
Now take the pale golden eye shadow (top right) and buff it into crease and blend well.
Step 3:
Take the pink tone purple shadow (bottom left) on a flat brush and start patting on inner 1/3 and outer 1/3 of the lid. Just deposit the color, do not blend.
Step 4:
Now take the same pale golden eye shadow (top right) on a flat brush or simply on your finger and pack it into middle of the eyelid. Take a fluffy blending brush with no product and start blending the harsh edges.
Step 5:
Go on softly. Keep packing and blending until you get the desired result.
Step 6:
Take a black gel/ liquid liner and start lining upper lash line, winged it out. Apply black kajal on the lower lash line and smudge it with the purple eye shadow (bottom left) for a softer look. Don’t forget to tight line your eyes.
Step 7:
Now apply the shimmery light pink (top left) into inner corner of eyes and bow bone area. Groom your brows.
Step 8:
Wipe off any fallout. Conceal under eye area. Apply loads of mascara to finish off your look.
And the final eye look is-
Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look

Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look

Look 2: Golden Gray smokey eyes

Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look

Steps
Step 1:
Prep your eyes with primer and concealer to cancel any discoloration.
Step 2:
Now take the pale golden eye shadow (Top Right) on a flat shredder brush and pack it on the inner 2/3 of eye lid.
Step 3:
Take the jewel tone gray shadow (bottom right) on a flat brush and start packing it on the outer 1/3 of eye lid. Just deposit the color, do not blend.
Step 4:
Now take a fluffy blending brush with no product and start blending the harsh edges into the crease line.
Step 5:
Go on softly. Keep packing and blending until you get the desired result.
Step 6:
Take a gray liner and start lining upper lash line.  Smudge it with a pencil brush to create a soft smokey look. Apply black kajal on the lower lash line and smudge it with same gray eye shadow (bottom right) for a softer look. Don’t forget to tight line your eyes.
Step 7:
Now apply the golden shadow (top right) into inner corner of eyes and blend towards 1/3 of lower lash line. Apply the same shadow on the brow bone area as well. Groom your brows.
Step 8:
Wipe off any fallout. Conceal under eye area. Apply loads of mascara to finish off your look.
And the final eye look is-

Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look

Two glamours eye makeup looks with only one eye shadow quartet | Festive Makeup Look


  1. P.S.  I personally feel missing of a matte brown eye shadow for defining the crease line. If I buff a brown shadow on crease area then these looks would appear more put together.  Anyway as I said I’m trying to stick with this quad only and I think both the looks come out nice.

So never regret if you have only one or two shadow quartet or a tiny palette with few eye shadows, I think you can create a lot of drama out of those. So Do Worry.

What do think about today’s looks? Did you enjoy it? If you have any suggestion, please do let me know in comment below. I would love to hear. If you are going to try this look then share your makeup look with #throughmypinkwindow, so that I can check and appreciate.
That’s all for today, stay tuned for more such tutorial
Love
Papri

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16 comments

  1. Simply gorgeous hun.. Love your earrings :)

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  2. Today's look is gorgeous.. I am too bad when is comes to make up .. Will surely ping you for regular tips now

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  3. I loved the first look the most...so festive 😀

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  4. Wow with this limited shades you done so creative work on your eyes. Fabulous job. Your steps are so clear to understand. Thanks for sharing step by step

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  5. Beautiful eyes.. and i just completely loved the purple one 😍

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  6. Both the looks are just amazing... You are so talented dear... I wish I can create such looks..

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  7. Loved the looks... So easy to create yet looks sophisticated 💟

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  8. The first look is amazing! :) <3

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  9. Truly glamourous and gorgeous. I tend to lean a little towards goldeny looks and I love the second one.

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  10. Loved both the eye looks! 😍 Liked the pictorial as well!

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  11. Pink & golden shade looks so beautiful! Amazing looks.

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  12. I really like both the looks. You need to a little soften them. Otherwise good.

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  13. Loved the tutorials alot. I used to wonder on how to apply this but your tutorial is self explanatory and I would love to try this soon.

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  14. Loved the tutorials on the eye make up.....Really self explanatory and amazing looks

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  15. The first eye makeup look is simply amazing... Loved it..

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  16. Wow the shade looks gorgeous. I would use step by step as said to try this.

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