Saturday, January 1, 2011

My favorite eye look ever! Mila Kunis 2008 VH1 Rock Honor Awards


I know that this is quite an old picture of Mila Kunis, but this is my all time favorite eye look. I think that this is a great basic look, not too bold, but still sultry and beautiful. This is a look that you can use the same techniques and just change up the eye shadow shades, and it would look fantastic. In every picture I've seen of Mila her makeup is gorgeous. Since I love this one so much I thought that I would do a written tutorial for everyone to get an idea of how to do it. I know that a written tutorial can be a little hard to follow, but I really am not into doing videos at all. So, I hope you like it, and if you have any questions please just ask I will be happy to explain it more or answer any questions you may have. Give it a try and add your own twist to it to make the look your own. Have fun! Happy 2011 to all of my gorgeous girls all around the world!


Things You Will Need:

Urban Decay- Primer Potion or any eye shadow primer
Wet n' Wild- Nutty Eye Shadow Single
Wet n' Wild- Knock On Wood Eye Shadow Trio (3rd shade on bottom) or MAC Cranberry Eye Shadow
MAC- Shale Eye Shadow
MAC- Satin Taupe Eye Shadow
Make Up For Ever- Aqua Eye Pencil in Black
L'oreal- Voluminous Mascara
Mark Bronze Pro Bronzing Powder or any matte bronzer
MAC- So Ceylon MSF or any bronze/rose toned blush
Rimmel- Moisture Renew Lipstick in Summer Angel
Sigma 224 Brush
MAC 239 Brush
MAC 272 Brush
Sigma 217 Brush
Sigma 212 Brush
Sigma 214 Brush

1. Prep lid and lower lash line with eye shadow primer (UD Primer Potion).

2. 224- Apply MAC Cranberry or (Wet n' Wild Knock on Wood Trio 3rd shade on bottom) on the outer 3/4 of crease and on brow bone using circular motions. Don't go all the way up to the eye brow.

3. 239- Apply Wet n' Wild Nutty Eye Shadow mixed with MAC Shale Eye Shadow all over inner 3/4 of lid up to the crease, where the Cranberry shade begins. Dip your brush into the Shale shadow first, then into the Nutty shadow.

4. 272- Apply MAC Satin Taupe on the outer 1/4 of lid (outer V) and blend slightly into the crease.

5. 217- Blend out any harsh lines

6. 217- Apply Wet n' Wild Nutty mixed  with MAC Shale on lower lash line.

7. 219- Apply MAC Satin Taupe on lower lash line on top of Shale & Nutty.

8. Using MUFE Aqua Eyes Pencil Eye Liner- Tight line the upper water line, line lower water line, and line
very thinly on the outer 3/4 of the upper lash line.

9. 214- Smudge the line on the upper lash line using back and forth motions until the line has almost disappeared.

10. 212- Use this to drag some of the liner that is on the lower water line in between the lashes. You're just doing this to blend the harsh line out a bit. You don't want to line the lower lash line and you don't want to remove it all off of the lower water line. You just want to blend it into the lower lashes a bit. Doing it this way helps to achieve a smokey look.

11. Apply 2 coats of L'oreal Voluminous Mascara

12. 109- Use a matte bronzer to contour cheek bones. I used Mark by Avon

13. 168- Apply MAC So Ceylon Mineralize Skinfinish on the apples of the cheeks. Any bronzey rose blush will do the trick if you don't have So Ceylon.

14. Apply Rimmel Moisture Renew Lipstick in Summer Angel or any frosty nude pinkish shade.


Voala!! You're all done! Beautiful!

2 comments:

Straight Up Glam on January 1, 2011 at 10:58 PM said...

I agree, Mila Kunis' makeup always looks so beautiful! This look is great! I'm gonna try it out tomorrow! Thanks for sharing this! =)

Tiffany Michelle on February 17, 2011 at 11:28 PM said...

You're welcome! :) I'm sure it will turn out amazing!

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