Tarteist Pro Palette Eye Shadow Tutorial


I got the Tarteist Pro Eyeshadow Palette for my birthday a few weeks ago, and to say I have fallen in love with it is an understatement!  The colors are gorgeous, extremely pigmented, and blend easily.  After watching a few YouTube tutorials with this palette to get acquainted with it, I came across a look that is BEAUTIFUL!  I love pinks, especially on the eye and the look incorporated Mod, the best pink color in the palette.  Today, I am going to show you how to create that look for yourself!


The look:


The colors I used:


First, I started out by priming my eyelids, then spread Classic all over my lid to even out the surface color.  For my transition shade I used Chic, which I put only in the crease since that is where most of the shadow is going.  Next, I mixed Mod and Profesh, a light brown shade with pink undertones, together (If you want a lighter, pinker look, make sure there is more of Mod on your brush than Profesh) and blended them throughout the entire crease.  I then placed the shimmery shade, Minx, all along the lid.  To give the look depth, I used a little bit of Drama, a plum shade, in the outer corner.  I lightly brushed Drama and Mod underneath my eye and connected it to the shadow on the outer corner to make the look more of a smoky eye.  Lastly, I used my Urban Decay Singlet in Midnight Cowboy (a pale pink shimmer shade) on the very inner corner to widen my eyes and make myself look more awake. 


 The end result of this eyeshadow look was absolutely stunning, and I wore it to an Awards Ceremony and a Gala.  The Tarteist Pro Palette is for sure a 10/10, would reccomend! I hope you all will try out this look, and you can always recreate it with similar colors, it doesn’t have to be the exact same ones. Thanks for reading!

💜Love, Olivia

Check out my Instagram, @absolutelyolivia, for more beauty posts! 

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