A Fresh New Take on Pastels: Winged Liner Edition

A Fresh New Take on Pastels: Winged Liner Edition

posted on: 5.03.2013

Working with pastels can be a very tricky matter. It's easy to be washed out when working with pastels, but it's all about placement. Proper placement of pastel shadows can make a world of difference. In this look, I kept a light wash of pink on the lid and the crease, and used more pigmented pastel colors closer to the lashline. Because pastels have a tendency to be boring, I spiced things up with three winged liners. 

It's also important to layer colors so the colors don't look too washed out and blend together. The more multi-dimensional, the better. I actually made a tutorial for this look, would anyone be interested in seeing it? I felt that this looked worked better as a look of the day, because I'm not too sure how many people would want to follow a tutorial for it to recreate it themselves.

Products Used:
Yaby Frosted Rose E/S
Yaby A Doll's Pink E/S
Inglot DS 493 E/S
Yaby Seashell E/S
Sugarpill Mochi E/S
Yaby Tqus Dream E/S
Yaby Tropical Dusk E/S
Yaby Green Delicious E/S
Yaby Summer Night E/S
Yaby Eggplant E/S
Inglot DS 491 E/S
Urban Decay Ransom 24/7 Eyeliner
MAC Sushi Flower E/S
Make Up Forever #5 E/S
YSL Shocking Mascara

Makeup Designory Warm Bisque Blush

MAC Lovelorn Lipstick
LMdB Coral Rose Lip Gloss


  1. This is so lovely. I should really experiment more with my eye-makeup!

    Amy| The Little Koala Blog ♥

  2. This is soo gorgeous. You have no idea how much I love this x

  3. Oh wow! Love the colors, it's a perfect look for a night out.

  4. Hello beautiful! I just wanted to let you know I nominated you for a Liebster award!! go check it out!

  5. So pretty and perfect for Spring!
    I wish I could draw lines like that!


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