Maleficent Inspired Eye Design

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The new movie Maleficent has given a whole new meaning to evil witches and to their side. It was fulfilling to know that all the evil witches aren’t that evil at all and that the people you thought were good, were not so good after all. This was an inspirational makeup tutorial I got just from watching the show and how her magic had a “twist and twirl” to it. I hope you enjoy, This is great for another everyday look if you are adventurous!


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 Maleficent Inspired Eye Design


1 - With a brush, load up your black Starblend and begin to outline your eye, getting the bridge of your nose to underneath your eyebrow. Don’t forget to keep the shape of the curved eyebrow (if you have a curve)

2 - Add your eye liner, and with your brush load your TAG Teal and make an arrow shape in the corner of the eye.

3 - Place the swirl section of the BAM Stencil  on the upper corner of your eyelid and with a sponge loaded with DFX Black dab onto the desired place. Optional: before the DFX black I took a little dab of the Teal and put it in the background for more color and pop.

4 - Load your #2 brush with your DFX Black and start to create your own little swirls and curls (this is the most fun part of the tutorial, because you can create it to your own unique taste). At this stage you may also want to darken your eyebrow.

5/6 - Load your #2 brush with some of the Teal and repeat step 4 with the swirls and curls! You can also bring down the Black Starblend almost to the bridge of your nose for a deep effect of your eye.

7 -  This is totally optional: I decided to add a little glitter to my eyelid, just for an added effect.

8 - And you're done! You can always substitute your favorite color for the Teal. This can be an everyday wear as it’s a statement piece but not overwhelming, it’s cute and evil all in one!

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