Hello everyone! This is an Isla Fisher Eye Makeup Tutorial that I have put together. Like most eye tutorials, beginners and expert makeup artists can use it because it’s very simple and versatile.
This one is probably my favorite, as it shows how you can achieve a beautiful look with minimal makeup. I hope you enjoy it!
The following is an Isla Fisher Eye Makeup Tutorial for those who are into dramatic eyes that are perfect for evening or daytime looks.
Isla Fisher Eye Makeup Tutorial
Step One: Begin by priming your lids or base to avoid creasing and make your eye makeup last well. Then, create an even line with the darkest color you’ve picked (in this case, black) to freehand the browbone.
Next, lightly lay down a crease color to refine the shape of the eye and use it as an all-over lid shade.
Step Two: Next, apply a champagne-colored eyeshadow to the center of your lids and blend it up at a downward angle. The point is to create a gradient effect that diffuses into the black at the outer corners.
Then, fade into the black shade on your lower lash line and place a pop of color (in this case, blue) on the outer V for drama and symmetry.
Step Three: Next, outline the eye with a liner or a shape to create a unique shape. Then, if needed, combine it with your Crease shade for more definition and depth.
Lastly, use a white shadow to highlight the upper lash line for illumination and precision.
The Final Step: To finish it off, apply black mascara on the lower lashes and clean up any smudges under your eyes so that you have a flawless makeup look.
I hope you enjoyed this Isla Fisher Eye Makeup Tutorial and will give it a try!
What Tools Should I Use?
Here is a list of the tools that I use to contour, highlight and shadow my eyes:
- Makeup Brush
- Flat Eyeshadow Brush
- Angled Eyeshadow Brush
- Angle Brushes #4 & #5
- Base Shadow Brush #6
- Large Round Shadow Brush
- Grande Angled Eye Shadow Brush #3
- Small Round Shading Shadow Brush
Suggestions On A Different Color Palette:
I usually stick to using black, brown, dark blue, and purple colors to contour my eyes. It’s great if you decide to add in some white or silver colors as well.
You may want to experiment with various bright yet subdued colors, and you can use pink, orange, and green.
Different brushes can be used in different ways depending on how you want your eye makeup to look.
Have fun, and thanks for joining me. If you have any questions, feedback, or ideas of your own, please share them with us in the comments box below.