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Trifle Cosmetics Eyeshadow Palette Tutorial

Trifle Cosmetics Eyeshadow Palette Tutorial
Lydia Woodward
The Queen Of Curls6 years ago
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Sooo many of you commented on Sarah’s makeup from this month's Facebook Live! For this glamorous bronzed goddess eye look I used the vegan Praline Palette from Trifle Cosmetics that's in this month's 'Daydreamer' themed Glossybox. Here's a step-by-step guide to how I created the look...

The Finished Look

Step One

Always do your eye makeup before your foundation, because you will get eyeshadow fallout, which is harder to fix later.

I love to use the Urban Decay Primer Potion in the shade Eden because it's slightly tinted. It's perfect for providing a smooth base, covering veins and taking out natural oils. I always apply this using a flat concealer brush and carve under the brows.

Step Two

Now for the base colour. I love to use the shade Poppyseed (a mauvey nude hue) from the MAC Eye Shadow x 9 in Burgundy all over the eyelid to create definition and a great foundation for more vibrant shades.

Step Three

Now for our favourite part using the amazingly pigmented colours from the Trifle Praline Palette! I wanted to create a dramatic, shimmery look so I applied the third shade in palette (a gorgeous dark brown) all over the eyelid and in the socket.

Step 3 eye tutorial
Step Four

I then used my favourite concealer using a clean brush on the centre of the lid. The NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer never lets me down as it's long-wearing and crease-proof.

Step Five

Now for our favourite shade of all; the 6th shade in the palette, which is a gorgeous bronze hue. I applied this shade over the concealer in the centre of the eyelid and the result is incredibly vibrant and bold. We just love how pigmented these shades are!

Step Six

Now for the last step. I lined Sarah's lower lash line using shade three and a small brush, making sure to leave a gap in the middle. I then applied the bronze shade in the gap to create extra shimmer.

How easy was that? It just goes to show how vibrant these shades are, wet or dry. I personally used these colours dry so I could really blend them together but either technique works well.

The Finished Look

Bronze Eye Look

You can watch our Facebook Live again on the video below!

Love this tutorial? You can still get the Daydreamer special design box, which includes this versatile palette if you subscribe today! Don’t miss out. Subscribe from just £10 a month

Lydia Woodward
The Queen Of Curls
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I am always searching for future trends - beauty, fashion, hair, you name it! I’ve tried every foundation under the sun and love trying up-and-coming makeup brands to compare them with the big names. Variety is the spice of life and my makeup bag is definitely wide-ranging.