Drawing inspiration from the talented Veronica M., we’ve created an easy tutorial based on her rainbow eyeliner look! In just five steps, you can punch up a simple winged effect with a color spectrum of saturated shadows. We all love bright colors, but sometimes it’s a bit intimidating to be wearing such a bold look during the daytime. This eye liner is an easy compromise and the effect won’t look too over-the-top!
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
Eye shadow primer
Neutral brown eye shadow
Selection of bright shadow colors to create rainbow liner: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple
Angle liner brush
Black liquid liner
White pencil liner
GIVE YOUR LID DIMENSION WITH A NEUTRAL CREASE
After applying a shadow primer, use a fluffy blending brush to define your crease with a light neutral brown shadow, which will give your lid dimension.
Using eye shadow, create your rainbow liner starting with red and moving on to orange, then yellow, green, blue, and purple across your lid. For this look, we used Sugarpill Pressed Eye Shadows in Love+, Flamepoint, Buttercupcake, Midori, Afterparty, and Poison Plum. Blend the two colors on either side in between each shade to give it a gradient effect.
OPEN UP YOUR EYES WITH WHITE LINER
Apply a white liner along your water line to make your eyes appear larger. This will brighten them up and bring attention to your top lid.
ADD AN EXTRA LAYER OF FEMININE LASHES
Apply your favorite pair of false lashes to give a flirty effect to your eye and you’re ready to show off those colorful peepers!