An Easy Matte Eyeshadow Look Using The ELF Endless Eyes Palette

Note: By the way, an earlier version of this post was posted because the WordPress app was playing me. Sorry to any email subscribers!

Ever since I posted that review about the Endless Eyes palette, a lot of you have asked me how I’ve been enjoying it! It’s my current favorite drugstore palette; it is such a phenomenal palette that I have been picking this palette over my Tarteist Pro when I want a natural matte eyeshadow look.

I said that I would post a tutorial using the Endless Eyes palette, so… here we go!

Today I went out to dinner with my family to celebrate my younger brother’s birthday! In case you all didn’t know, I have a younger brother named Nugget (well… we call him Nugget, his name is actually Alex) who is fourteen years old. He makes slightly offensive YouTube videos and he raps.

I was in a hurry so I didn’t take a full outfit picture, but this is what I wore. I paired my watercolor chiffon top with my favorite olive cardigan and a pair of dark denim skinny jeans. Of course, I wore my heeled ankle boots and carried my green Kate Spade Rachelle.

Note-my eye makeup is even, the lighting is just weird because of the angles. I double checked before I took these photos! That’s why my left brow eye makeup looks a tad darker. And why my cardigan looks like it’s two different shades of green hahaha.

Because this palette doesn’t have shade names, I’ll use numbers from left to right!

I started with applying shade #2 all over my lid. I then blended shade #5 into my crease and made sure that everything transitioned seamlessly. I then darkened my outer corner a bit using shade #4. I finished with applying shade #1 on the inner 1/3 of my eye.

For my eyeliner, I used the ELF Intense Ink eyeliner pen.

It’s been my go-to my look recently because it’s chic and clean! I used to not be a huge fan of matte eyeshadows, but I think it was because I never tried matte shadows that blended wonderfully (until this palette and my Tarte one). With the right matte shadows, it creates a seamless natural eye shadow look.

For lips, I used my Fresh Sugar lip treatment in Coral! I thought that the coral lips provided a nice light contrast to the cool-toned watercolor chiffon blouse.

I posted a lot of easy tutorials when I first purchased the Tarteist Pro palette, so I think I will do the same with this one! It’s a very natural palette, so don’t expect anything too dramatic!

Alright guys, have a wonderful weekend! My plans for this weekend are to watch 30 Rock and to finish up a few applications! What are you all up to?

What are your favorites for this weekend?



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