Strangely enough, my inspiration for this look came from a new lip liner I picked up. I purchased a hot pink lip liner and though it would make a pretty base for a pink cut crease. All of the colors I used to create this look are from the Coastal Scents Original 88 Palette. If you'd like to recreate this look, keep on reading!
As always, start by priming your lids with an eyeshadow primer (I used Urban Decay Primer Potion). Then apply a white base (I used NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk).
Using a hot pink lip liner (I used NYX Lipliner Pencil Fuchsia) lightly trace a rounded line a little above your natural crease. Connect the line right along your lower lash line.
Using a precision brush (Mine is by ELF) pull the pink up and outward and blend out.
Take a domed contour brush (Mine is by ELF) and blend a hot pink eyeshadow (I used Coastal Scents Original 88 Palette, colors shown below) over the pink lip liner.
Using a light pink eyeshadow, blend out the hot pink with a clean blending brush. Blend upward towards your brow.
If needed, re-apply your white base to cover any fallout or mistakes you may have made.
For this look, we use four different colors on the eyelid. You're going to want to place each of the colors on 1/4 of your lid. Begin by patting a lime green eyeshadow onto the first 1/4.
On the second 1/4, pat a teal eyeshadow. Lightly blend the two colors as you work the teal onto your lid.
For the third 1/4 pat a cyan eyeshadow onto your lid.
Fill the last section of your lid with a purple eyeshadow. Be sure to bring the color down along your lower lash line as well.
For this look we don't want to take away lid space, so lightly line your upper lash line with black eyeliner (I used Revlon ColorStay Liquid Eye Pen in Black). I recommend using liquid eyeliner.
Line your waterline with an iridescent purple eyeliner (I used Sephora Eyes Pencil 504).
Lastly, apply a few coats of your favorite black mascara (I used L'Oreal Double Extend with Lash Boosting Serum). All done!
Colors used are circled in pink.