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Purple Star Eyes

Hello Gorgeous! Well wasn't it about time I showed you a makeup look instead of nail design! I've been really into my nails lately but makeup was always my first love! Purple is now one of my favourite colours (move over pink!). Pair my love with purple with a smoky eye and just a hint of sparkle to get these gorgeous Purple Star eyes!


It's very simple to achieve! First you apply a purple base all over the lid and blend upwards to get a gradient effect. I'm using this really creamy product from Ambrosia Cosmetics called a cream colour base in Amethyst Gem. 


You simply add any medium or dark purple eyeshadow over the base and blend upwards to create the gradient or smoky effect. For a pop add a sparkly shadow or glitter with a purple undertone for the lower lashline into the tearduct area. I'm using Purple Star Lust Dust! Gorgeous.


Now all you do is add some simple falsies, black mascara and liner and you're done! Super simple! 
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Happy Purple Stars!
XOXO
Bellezza

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