1. To Start I applied Urban Decay Primer Potion from lid to brow and a small amount just beneath the lower lash line. Mac Eyeshadow in 'Mylar' was then used just under the brows for a highlight.
2. Along the crease, with a small eyeshadow brush for precise blending and application, I used MAC eyeshadow in 'Copperplate'. This was placed just slightly above the natural crease line for a more obvious effect.
3. For more depth I then used Inglot eyeshadow in
No. 483 which is a very deep navy shade. This will help compliment the bright blue that I will apply to the outer lid area.
MAC eyeshadow in 'Mylar' was also used on the inner portion of the lid and on the tear duct area.
4. MAC eyeshadow in 'Atlantic Blue' was patted onto the outer lid area, slightly winged out at the sides and, at the very outer edge, blended into 'Copperplate'. I also made sure not to over lap this shade with the cut crease look but alternatively this can just be blended in. This colour is also faded well into 'Mylar' for a soft effect.
Alternatively you can use the colour all the way across. I just thought this might be a little bit different.
5. Along the lower lash line I used Urban Decay's 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil in 'Deep End'. This was then blended out and Inglot Eyeshadow in No. 317 was applied on top of the eye liner to set it as well as adding more vibrancy.
6. In the last step I used Bobbi Browns black gel liner along the upper lash line. This can help lashes appear fuller from the root and can create a more polished look. To finish I applied two coats of Maybeline's 'Great Lash' mascara in black.