Face Mask Make-Up: 5 Eyeshadow Tutorials Featuring Cult Favourite Palettes
Wearing a face mask doesn't mean that you have to forgo catching the eye of those around you. Whether you're going for a natural yet glam look, or looking to make a statement, there's an eye tutorial for everyone. It's time to bring back beauty's cult favourites with these five make-up looks: you'll likely have one or more of these palettes in your collection already; as they have surpassed the test of time not only because of their quality, but versatility with looks.
Don't worry about it being too difficult: just take a seat, pull out your brushes and palette, and let these beauty gurus walk you through it.
Fantascene Eyeshadow Palette – Coconut Fantasy Collection by Marc Jacobs Beauty
These seven shades perfectly compliment one another making for an easy and versatile palette, completing the gorgeous minimalist packaging. Longtime beauty guru Samantha Ravndahl does it best with her natural blend of wit and honesty as she reviews the entire Coconut Fantasy collection, including an eye tutorial featuring the Fantascene palette, creating a look that will certainly make you stand out from the crowd.
Available at Harvey Nichols
Biba Palette by Natasha Denona
Natasha Denona knows what she's doing as an award-winning make-up artist herself, so you can trust her advice as she walks you through her own palette in this tutorial – don't be thrown off even if this eye look seems intense: the best make-up looks are often the easiest to do.
The Biba palette has become a staple in the luxury beauty community, thanks to its wearability and array of shades not only in colour, but in finishes (from matte to duo-chrome) – making it the perfect every-day palette for transforming your look from day to night.
Available at Cult Beauty
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Born to Run Palette by Urban Decay
Jamie Paige is one to watch out for with her unique take on make-up, and this cat-eye tutorial is no exception as she uses Urban Decay's Born to Run palette on her entire face–not just her eyes, but bronzing and brows, too.
This creative use of eye-shadow adds character to the average winged look–an easy twist that will easily make anybody look twice and allow your eyes to appear larger. Don't be mistaken: Born to Run features beautiful pops of colour to quickly elevate your make-up look, too.
Available at Amazon
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Norvina Palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills
The Norvina palette has quickly become a cult favourite – alongside its predecessor, Modern Renaissance, which equally changed the make-up game – and Judy C's tutorial using ABH's Norvina palette will show you just how to maximise your palette as her tutorial features three different looks with just one palette.
Her speciality in hooded eyes makes her accessible to audiences who may not fit looks built for double lids, showcasing how individual make-up can be.
Available at Cult Beauty
Mothership I: Subliminal Eye Palette by Pat McGrath
You can't have luxury beauty without Pat McGrath, who is said to be “the most influential makeup artist in the world" by Anna Wintour herself. Her collection is just as legendary; being used on runway models and celebrities alike.
McGrath's pigmented shades work great even on their own, which can be seen as she walks you through this eye look perfect for a glam night out in her Instagram post.
Available at Net-A-Porter
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