I love wearing olive eyeshadows, what about you? It’s colorful but still wearable. And it looks beautiful on any eye or skin color.
So I thought I show you how to do an olive eye look in a halo style as a pictorial. If you want to know how I did this eye makeup keep on reading.
Products I used for this makeup:
- Concealer as an eyeshadow base
- Face Powder
- Makeup Geek single eyeshadows in Magic Act, Preppy, Dirty Martini, Corrupt
- Essence I Love Extreme Volume Mascara Waterproof
- Brushes: Luxie Beauty 237, Bdellium Tools 776, Bdellium Tools 773
Step By Step Makeup Pictorial:
First I prime my eyelids with concealer and set my browbone (so eyeshadows blend out easier).
After that I start applying the shade ‘Preppy’ in my crease and a little bit higher and also the inner and outer corner (with a small fluffy blending brush like the Luxie Beauty 237 brush).
To deepen the crease I apply the shade ‘Dirty Martini’ in my crease and inner and outer corner, too (with a dense blending brush like the Bdellium Tools 776 brush).
Then I apply the shade ‘Magic Act’ in the center of my eyelid (on an eyeshadow brush like the Bdellium Tools 773 or with my finger).
To blend the eyeshadows together I use the shade ‘Dirty Martini’. And to make it even darker I use the shade ‘Corrupt’ in my outer corner (again on a Bdellium Tools 776 brush).
To make my lashline appear fuller I apply the shade ‘Corrupt’ also along my upper lashline (on an eyeliner brush like the Essence precise eyeliner brush).
Then I clean up my lower lashline and apply my base makeup. Then I apply the shade ‘Dirty Martini’ on the inner and outer part of my lower lashline and blend it out with the shade ‘Preppy’ (again with a Luxie Beauty 237 brush).
After that I apply ‘Magic Act’ in the center of my lower lashline and blend it with the other shades (again on a Bdellium Tools 773 brush).
Lastly fill in my brows, curl my lashes and apply mascara.
I hope you enjoyed this step-by-step makeup pictorial on how to get this olive gold halo makeup look!