Purple Smokey Eye Look with Cranberry Pigment!

Looking for a dramatic, eye-catching look? Swap your black metallics for a pop of purple. I always wear brown and orange shades on my eyes so I decided to mix it up this time. I’ve never really been a fan of purple but I risked it and picked up a few shades from Inglot. I dabbed on some cranberry pigment to finish the look and as it turns out, I’m a bigger fan than I thought!

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  1. First, take the lightest purple shade and dust it above your crease, on the inner corner of your eye and  inner corner of your lower lash line.
  2. Follow with your medium shade and press it all across your eye lid and to the centre of your lower lash line.
  3. Next, get the darkest shade and sweep it in a ‘C’ motion onto the crease of your eye.
  4. Dab on Inglot’s ‘Duraline‘ to the centre of your eye lid and apply the cranberry pigment to the same area. Also, add a dot of Duraline to the inner corner of your eye and add a touch of rose gold pigment.
  5. Use the bright eyeshadow shade to highlight the arch of your brow.
  6. Take the Duraline again, mix it with the gel liner and line your upper lash line.
  7. Fill in your brows and apply your mascara.
  8. Line your lips and put on some lipstick.

Product List:

  • Mac NW30 Foundation
  • Inglot Eyeshadows #14, #30, #308, #615
  • Inglot Pigments #86 & #119
  • Inglot Brow Gel #16
  • Inglot Gel Eye Liner #77
  • Urban Decay Perversion Mascara
  • Mac ‘Hip N Happy’ Lip Liner
  • Mac ‘Koi Coral’ Lipstick

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5 thoughts on “Purple Smokey Eye Look with Cranberry Pigment!

  1. Rach, how much are those small eye shadows from inglot? I’m doing a make up course and would love to get my hands on some. Denise x

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