Aqua eyeshadow – when done right – can look gorgeous against a summer bronzey glow. Check out The Kit for my latest post on how to rock aqua eyeshadow. Larger pics below so you can see the detail, get some more artist tips…and the look for yourself! :)
Fresh Cat-Eye: Use a slanted brush to apply a cream eyeshadow, like Maybelline’s Colour Tattoo 24 Hr Cream Gel Shadow in Tenacious Teal. A slanted brush gives you the utmost precision AND easily assists with getting that winged-tail flick!
Block-qua: I know…I couldn’t resist with the name. Trace a block shape and fill it in using your aqua cream eyeshadow. Use q-tips (I like the dollar store ones that have minimal cotton on them!) to balance out the blocks. Symmetry is key here.
Smoky Blues: I love the layering effect of a black shadow atop an aqua cream eyeshadow. The layering effect helps to create a little more interest rather than the usual black and grey smoky eye. Do your concealer and foundation afterwards to clean up any stray bits of shadow.
So fresh, yes? Feel free to post some of your aqua lidded looks in the comments! I would love to see!