Wet n Wild Shimmer the Night Away Tutorial #2




 The second of three tutorials for Wet n Wild's Shimmer the Night Away palette. This limited edition palette is from Winter 2012's "Where's the Party At?" collection. This look features the four shadows from the right side of the palette. If you don't have this set of shadows, it might be a little hard to recreate this look, the pinks and purples aren't super dupeable, but feel free to follow along with any similar colors you might have.
 Step 1: Prime the eyelids.

Step 2: Add a layer of white eyeshadow base. This step is optional.

Step 3: Pat the fuchsia eyelid shade all over the lid, pulling it up into the crease. I love the blue reflect in this shadow.

Step 4: Blend the purple crease shade in the crease, over the fuchsia shade.

Step 5: Blend a very small amount of the indigo-blue shade into the outer V and lower portion of the crease.

Step 6: Blend out any harsh edges and highlight under the brow with the soft pink browbone shade.

Step 7: Line the upper lash line with a black liquid eyeliner, add a small flick at the end.

Step 8: Line the lower lash line with a pink eyeliner. If you don't have a pink eyeliner, use an eyeshadow or lip liner.

Step 9: Reline the lower lash line with a purple liner, as close to the lashes as you can.

Step 10: Line the waterline with a navy or black eyeliner.

Step 11: Apply black mascara to top and bottom lashes.
 Product List:

Essence I <3 Stage Eyeshadow Base
NYX White Eyeshadow Base 
Wet n Wild Shimmer the Night Away Palette
Avon Perfect Wear Eyewrite - Evening Black
Models Prefer Eyeliner - Quartz
BYS Auto Eyeliner - Purple
Avon Mega Impact Eyeliner - Black Flash
theBalm What's Your Type? The Body Builder Mascara 

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  1. This is really pretty! I want that pallet but God I don't need it lol I really like the left side of the pallet but I did pick up the drinking a glass of shine pallet and was honestly surprised how well...not good is. Wish I saw your review first. The right side does look like drama from elf and it looks like don't steal my thunder from wet n wild if its not a straight on dupe. :)

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    1. Thanks! I have a post coming up comparing the left side of Shimmer the Night Away to Drama.

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  2. I'm sure I have a crayon with these colours somewhere

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