For the lazy bones in you! Each look featured here was made using just one eyeshadow. I was going to make a tutorial… but that would be pointless. Just follow the one-step directions and you’ll be fine!
SMOKY EYE — I used Le Métier de Beauté’s Alexandrite, and you can see the tutorial here.
WASH & WEAR — Here’s a look that’s pretty similar as well, but you kind of just pat down a shade all over the mobile lid
and hope for the best.
Using shu uemura’s ME medium brown 885, aka my favorite eyeshadow:
Using OCC’s Loose Colour Concentrate in Hum:
Using MAC Paint Pot in Rubenesque, a rose gold cream shadow:
Using Rouge Bunny Rouge Eyeshadow in Solstice Halcyon, a light almost imperceptible neutral taupe:
QUICK LICKS — a lick of shadow, a lick of eyeliner, a lick of mascara, and you’re done. This is great for pairing with a bold red lip.
Using Bootycall from the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette + liquid eyeliner + mascara on top and bottom lashes.
I may actually hate this concealer that I am using in this photo, but you get the idea. I like wearing UD’s Half Baked for a beautiful red lip combo, but this is just an easy look to pair with a red or any other lip color, for that matter, in case you are stumped.
I even just applied it with my finger!
COLOR STATEMENT — smudge on a strong line of color on your top or bottom lash line. Either way, it will make a statement.
This is kind of a funny picture, but I wanted to illustrate my point. LOL, excuse the pores and unblended concealer. Using bareMinerals’ Statement on lower lash line:
And we’re done! These are easy peasey ways to polish up your look a little if time is not on your side. 🙂 In theory, you can actually do all these methods using only a single, versatile eyeshadow. Which, now that I think about it, might have actually made a better story!