Monday, 29 December 2014

#Makeup Monday - New Year's Eve party dramatic eyes makeup look


Hello!
Welcome back to my blog after a short break :) Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and got lots of lovely gifts! I certainly did! Now it's time to get ready for the New Year's Eve party! Even though this year we are staying at home with some friends to welcome the New Year I still want to take the opportunity to look glamorous because if that night is not the perfect occasion to do so than I don't know what is :)
I decided to focus my makeup look on eyes and keep the rest of my face quite nude.
For my eyes I used Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal in Black, Tamanna Palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills (review here) and e.l.f. loose pigment in Angelic but you can use any other products with similar shades.
 
 
 
1 - firstly I covered my entire lid up to the crease with black pencil, I highly recommend the Rimmel one as it's very creamy, long lasting, super black and cheap. I drew a slight cat eye shape to make the eyes look more almond shaped.
2 - with a clean crease brush I blended lightly the edges so there were not harsh lines.
3 - I set the whole pencil with a black eye shadow from the Tamanna Palette.
4 - I applied Chocolate - matte medium brown in the crease to blend further the black base and make it fade in to the lighter shade. 
5 - I applied the black pencil on the lower lash line and smudge it with Chocolate shade. Don't worry about the eye looking super messy at this stage as you can clean up the edges before progressing with the look, I highly recommend doing eye makeup first in case of such bold eyes.
6 - then it was time for the star of the eye makeup look, in my case was this loose silvery pigment which I applied it with a damped brush concentrating the colour in the inner corner of the eye and creating kind of an ombre effect towards the outer corner, I applied it as well on my lower lid in the same way. You can use anything similar or even glitter which would look fantastic.
 
Then I applied mascara - Seventeen Dolled Up - which I forgot to photograph and added false lashes for an extra glamour effect.
 
After my eyes were done I cleaned up any fall out and applied my base products.
 
 
Primer - Maybelline Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser, every now and then I use this primer trying to use it up but I don't like it, it doesn't prolong my makeup like other primers I use, it feels greasy on my skin and doesn't really blur my pores the way it claims.
Foundation - Seventeen Stay Time in Natural, it's a heavy coverage foundation, quite difficult to work with  but with my trusty Beauty Blender it gives me amazing base when I want my face to look as flawless as possible.
Concealer - Maybelline SuperStay Better Skin in 02 Light, I really like this concealer for any area that needs covering, it has slightly salmon-y undertones so it really cancels out the blueness under my eyes.
Highlighting concealer - L'Oreal Lumi Magique in Light to highlight the centre of my face.
Powder - L'Oreal Nude Magique BB Powder to set everything in place.
 
Brows - L'Oreal Brow Artist Eyebrow Pencil in Brunette and L'Oreal Brow Artist Plumper in Medium/Dark.

 
Bronzer - Too Faced Chocolate Soleil bronzer from the Everything Nice palette to contour lightly my face.
Blush - Papa Don't Peach from the same palette, I love this blush and it's perfect for those makeup looks when I want to keep my cheeks quite nude.
Highlighter - I used just a tiny bit of Inner Light as I didn't want go overboard with highlighter because the blusher has some sheen to it already.

 
Lips - the lipstick I used is my favourite nude shade from Rimmel by Kate in 08 (review here).
 
And that's the finished look :)
 

 
I like this makeup a lot and definitely will recreate it for the New Year's Eve party :)
What makeup will you be wearing for that special night of the year?
 
Dagmara
xxx


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  1. This is such a pretty look! I was thinking of using a metallic gold over a black base for my eye look for NYE! The silver looks really great. Great post, love the makeup look/ tutorial posts you do :) x
    Speckled Beauty

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    1. Thank you Emma! The gold eye shadow would look beautiful as well :) NYE party is the perfect occasion to create the super dramatic eyes :) x

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  2. Wow! This is such a glamorous look! Perfect for NYE! I think I am going to rock the falsies too for that night! Rimmel pencils are my favourites as well!
    Merry Christmas and Happy new year to you Dagmara!
    Alexandra
    Glam O’Clock | TOO FACED GIVEAWAY

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    1. Thank you so much Alexandra! Wishing you a very happy New Year too! x

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  3. Wow! This makeup is stunning!!! It's exactly the kind of look I like going for on NYE. I really love it and also love the up hairdo and the sparkly earrings. You look gorgeous and very classy. :D
    Happy New Year my friend! Hope you have an amazing one, full of happiness and success! xxx

    Renata | Speaking Beauty UK

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    1. Thank you so much Renata! NYE night is the one we can really get dramatic with our makeup :) Wishing you a very happy New Year too! xx

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  4. Oh wow, what a lovely new years eve party look! :)

    vvnightingale.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. This tutorial is so informative & helpful (I really hope you will carry these kind of posts into the new year). The finished look is absolutely stunning, you just look amazing! I hope you have a great NYE night and here's to an amazing 2015 x

    Beauty with charm

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    1. Thank you so much Alina! You're so kind! Wishing you a happy New Year as well! xx

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  6. Lovely products! Thanks for sharing!
    Happy New Year!

    http://alemint.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you! Happy New Year to you too!

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  7. I love this look. I have a few pigments, but almost never use it. This look makes me want to use them.

    Angie x |~ Chocolate & Lipstick || UK Beauty Blog ~

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    1. Thanks Angie! I normally never use pigments so this time I took the opportunity to do so :) x

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  8. Awesome tutorial, thanks so much!! Xx

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  9. Wow that is a great look and you look so glam in those pictures :)

    Pams Stuff and Things

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  10. Great make up look! I love a dramatic eye look! Have a great new year! x

    http://theperksofmeg.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you! Hope you had a great night as well! x

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  11. This is a really pretty look! I love shimmery silver shadows. The lipstick shade is perfect!

    xo, Michelle
    Neon Rattail

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    1. Thank you! Sparkly silver eye shadow looks great for a special night :)

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  12. Such a gorgeous look for NYE! I love the look of the ABH palette, such stunning shades xx

    Gemma | Miss Makeup Magpie

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    1. Thank you Gemma! The palette is really pretty and the quality is great as well! x

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  13. Great makeup look! I followed your social medias!

    www.heatheryofeather.com/

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  14. Only just started wearing a black smoky eye. I find it so flattering. Your version looks very sultry.

    clementinebuttercup.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I love smokey eyes for an evening out or special occasion, I also think it's very flattering and makes any woman look like a sexy goddess :)

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