Hello everybody! :)
The rain is pouring down here and it's a dull monday. So a pop of color is exactly what we need! :) The key to the leopard eyes look is to make not too many dots but not too few either. If you make too many it's going to look a bit messy but if you make too few it will look quite poor. What's too many or too few might be a question of taste though!
So let's get the tutorial started!
Apply your base and prime your eyes. Line your upper and lower waterline with a black eyeliner pencil. Put a little amount of NYX Jumbo pencil in Milk on your lid. Smudge it out with your finger but don't take it into the crease!
With a flat shader brush apply Chickadee by MakeupGeek over the lid and a bit above the crease. Blend it out with a fluffy brush.
With a smaller sized blending brush or pencil brush, apply Latte by MakeupGeek in the crease and blend it into Chickadee.
In the outer corner (deep crease) apply Cocoa bear by MakeupGeek and blend it out well. Also apply a matte white in the inner corner and right under your brow. I've used Gesso by M.A.C.
A little more dimension is needed so let's open up our gaze a bit with a dab of Glamorous (by MakeupGeek) in the center of the lid.
Fill in your brows with Latte (MakeupGeek).
Grab your black gel eyeliner and line your upper lash line! Since we're going leopard here, we want the eye to get a more catlike shape. Create a little "extension" in the inner corner of the eye and an extra long wing in the outer corner.
Pop on some mascara.
Now, it's time for the dots! To create these I'm using a liquid eyeliner. Draw for dots similar to those on the picture. It doesn't have to be and exact copy!
For more dots!
Five smaller, filled dots evenly distributed between the larger dots.
Fill in the dots with Mocha by MakeupGeek. This really makes all the difference!
Put on a pair of falsies and the eyes are done. I'm using Ardell #105.
I like to pair this eye makeup with a nude lip just to give the eyes some extra focus. To get an extra sheer layer of lipstick I applied it with my finger. I've used Clinique Creamy nude and a concealer in the center of the lips to add some more dimension.
I hope you liked this tutorial. Have a nice day! :)