Tangerine Cocktail: Pink and Coral Spring Eyeshadow (120 Palette 2nd Edition)
Orange and coral is not a shade most people will want to wear on their eyes, but when you pair it with a pastel amd a deeper fuchsia it just looks so tropical, fresh and fun.
I haven’t been giving my 120 palette much love recently, so I decided to whip it out since it has so many shade options. You don’t have to have a 120 palette or the same one to do this look. You just need a:
- pale pink
- bright orange
- warm coral (red-orange)
- deep magenta pink
Step 1: Pack the pale pink in the inner third of the lids.
Step 2: Apply a bright range down the center of the lids, and then curve inwards along the socket line to hug the pale pink and define your eye contours.
Step 3: Apply a deeper coral-orange in the outer parts of the lids and then run inwards along the socket line, above the bright orange applied earlier.
Step 4: Apply a deep magenta pink in the outer corners and sweep up along the outermost arch of the socket line. The magenta will look fuchsia over the bright orange, which is the effect you want. (If you use a fuchsia it will just look coral.)
Step 5: Run the magenta along the outer halves of the lower lash line as well, to tie the colors together.
Step 6: Use a black gel liner and run it along the upper lash line, as long as along the water line, ending it in a slight flick.
Finish with mascara!