Aesthetic Ocean Eyes Makeup Tutorial πŸ‹


Hello everybody, welcome back to my channel My name is Jessica and today’s video is going to be on this seaside avant garde makeup look If you want to see how I got this look, just keep watching I’m starting off with the base today And I’m actually not going to set that so when I create the base shape for the wave, I can conceal any mistakes without having the base become patchy I’m using a brow pencil to outline the base shape of the wave You can use a beauty sponge to erase anything
you don’t like, and alter the shape as you please Next, I’m going over certain sections with a light pink eyeshadow We’re gonna start with just matte shadows and add shimmers later on I’m layering a darker pink over that Now, I’m blending a blue shade into the other sections I’m gonna conceal any areas where the brow pencil appears too harsh Make sure to use a small brush for this step Otherwise, you can really mess up the shape of the wave Now that the base shape and colors are down, I’m gonna blend in more shadows like pastel pink and
a shimmery periwinkle blue for a more whimsical look Using white face paint, I’m gonna begin creating the sea foam This part is actually pretty easy First, I just add some white to the curve And then using a stippling brush, I add little
specks to make it look like the waves are crashing You’ll see I’m tapping over the face paint after applying it That’s just to help it set and dry down faster I’m gonna add little marks to make the waves look shiny Moving on to the eyes, I’m gonna go in with a super creamy brow product This is the Benefit Brow Contour Pro Next, I’m cutting my crease [I’m] using the same periwinkle shade from earlier on my eyelid Moving to the other eye, I’m doing the same smoked-out liner I’m curling my lashes and applying mascara Next, I’m gonna contour I haven’t set the base, so I’m gonna conceal any problem areas and then set everything with translucent powder For highlighter, I’m using this pearly light pink shade I’m lightly applying a pastel pink blush to my cheeks and nose Now for the fun part, I’m gonna start sticking on the pearls I got mine on Amazon; they were pretty cheap and came in a lot of different sizes How I’m applying it is I’m using eyelash glue on my face and then sticking the pearls right on top You can also use tweezers if needed The one I’m using is from Velour Lashes, which is
the perfect shape to apply and press in the pearls Going back to the pastel pink blush, I’m placing that on my inner corner and nose I’m also gonna stipple some of the white face paint on the outer corner For lips, I’m using NYX’s “Peekaboo Neutral” and Anastasia’s Pro Pencil in “Base 1” And for the overall lip shade, I’m using this really pretty pink shade from Laura Mercier Finally, I’m using this glitter from Glitter Injections to add a little sparkle I really like this glitter, and I think the particle shapes and sizes are really pretty I couldn’t decide whether I liked it more with or without lashes, but this is the completed look Thank you so much for watching If you liked this video, remember to like, comment, and subscribe and I will see you in my next video

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