I think I may have unintentionally gone 🦄 unicorn with this look.
That was not my plan, I swear!
In my head, I pictured this eye look as being a lot pinker… Or is it more pink? I can never remember that one.
Guess who played with the UD Jean-Michel Basquiat collection today.
This girl! 🙂
I was thinking of hot pink in the crease, hot pink along my lower lash line, and bright green and purple accents, but then temptation struck! — which is what happens when you’re dealing with a palette that inspires you to try different things.
So, I started by putting a little bit of purple in the outer corner, but then this happened. Whoopsie-daisy! It’s less pink than I thought I wanted it to be, but with makeup I always reserve the right to change my mind.
You know how it is.
Technically, the inner corner highlight on my lower lash line isn’t an eyeshadow, by the way. I used the UD Gallery Blush Palette (also from the Jean-Michel Basquiat collection). There’s a super intense yellow gold highlighter in there, and I liked the idea of that playing against the green on my inner lid.
Oh, and for that bright green pop on my lid I mixed the green and blue from the Tenant palette.