NEW** COLOURPOP HOCUS POCUS EYESHADOW PALETTE TUTORIAL | GATHER ROUND SISTERSFeb 23, 2022
Hi everyone, welcome back to my channel, so in today's video I'm going to show you three different
pocuscollection. I know I said this video would be out the next day after my last video but you guys I have two jobs and a teenage daughter and it's extremely hard to find time to do anything so I apologize but I also wanted to tell you that there will be a meeting from
pocusit's on some channel i think kpr on the website and you can buy tickets it's a virtual event but it sounds so much fun i'll put all the info in this in the description box below i found it today on twitter and thought i'd let you guys know to you guys because i'm so excited but anyways let's go ahead and get started on the
eyeshadowlook to get started on the first eyeshadow look.
I'm going to prime my eyes using the pillow eyeshadow primer in shade 2.0 and to apply the foundation I'm just using a flat concealer brush i re ally likes to use this brush because it sits right under the brow and it's so much more precise for primer application so i am starting with the black eyeshadow and just using a small brush to start applying this color directly. the outer corner, the inner corner and in the crease this is going to be a halo eyeshadow look so whatever we do on the outer corner we want to do it on the inner corner as well as I mentioned in the video for shows a lot of these eyeshadows have the micro shimmer in it like the tatty beauty
palettedoes but you can still use them as mattes and it looks beautiful it doesn't affect the blendability or the pigment and you'll see in the end what it looks like really beautiful but anyways let's continue with the eyeshadow look here I'm just taking the same brush and softening the edges.
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Next I'm going to the spell shadow and I'm going to start packing this right on top of the previous color and I'm also using a small pencil. brush o Going back to the black eyeshadow and using the same brush I used before, I'm going to start adding a little more black in the crease and I'm just doing this because I wasn't quite sure if I liked both. colors together so i decided to go back and try to blend them first before moving on to the next color so i basically added a little more black and blended and then went back to the haunted shade and packed the color again. and then blending a bit, so we're basically repeating the same steps, just making sure we like the color scheme for the transition color. right on top of the previous color once I added the color I'm going to switch to a blend brush and I'm going to start blending and now here comes the hard part so this is where the blending takes forever and I'm basically going to repeat the same steps as Before so I'm sta Starting with the green shade and applying that color and blending it, I'm going to go back to the black eyeshadow and pack and blend the green shade.
It cost me a lot. It was the only shade I had trouble blending and I heard greens are really hard to do I guess or something I really don't know but yeah it was hard to blend so I mean it took maybe like 30 minutes finish blending so I'm not going to show you the whole process, but again we're just repeating the same steps, packing the mixture back and forth until you're happy with the pigmentation and blending. I also forgot to mention that I repeated the same process for the transition color so don't forget that part where you basically just want to repeat all the steps until you're good and blended now moving on to cutting the crease so I'm using the base of p louise eyeshadow again in shade 2.0 and i am using a concealer brush and just starting to make the shape that i have i want again i can't show the whole process because it takes a lot of time but you just have to be very careful.
I usually just like to do these little filler moves and that works for me, but whatever works for you is completely fine and now that. the hard part is over we can have some fun so since this is a halo eyeshadow look we want to create the same gradient that we just created on our eyes so I'm going to go back to the black eyeshadow and just go to add that to the edges of both sides of the cut crease if you can guess we're going to apply the green eyeshadow since that was the next color in your gradient and I'll just add it right next to the black eyeshadow next, I'm going to add the silver to the center of our halo eyeshadow look.
I'm only showing you this part because I wasn't sure what I really wanted to do with this eyeshadow look, but I ended up going over this color. a bit later um so next i decided to add some bright green and again i'm just trying to create a gradient and after looking at it many times i didn't like the way it looked so i went back to the shimmery golden green shade and i ended up just going over the entire center of the halo eyeshadow looks with that green gold eyeshadow below i go back to the black and green matte eyeshadows and just adding them back on the edges of the halo just to have a little more gradient in the center, I know this look is a bit tricky right now and my instructions are all over the place, but anyway, I hope it's not too bad, I ended up creating the sharp edge with a q-tip and wiping everything away and finally the look is starting to look a bit decent so next I'm going to use this eyeshadow and apply it directly to my brow bone then I take the black eyeshadow and apply it in the line of the s bottom lashes I also applied a little bit of foundation and as you can see it looks so much better I don't know why I mean I know why but yeah the base makes the eye shadow look so much better for the line floatation.
I'm using this forever black makeup pencil moving on to the massager and then we apply the lashes so I just have one lash style he sent me I showed you the lashes in the sample video but they are the flirty witch style and excuse me my nails i ended up biting my acrylics and my nails are so gross but anyways this is the final look for the first eyeshadow look i know it was a bit tricky but i hope you like this eyeshadow a lot. I loved the way it looks. I didn't think I was going to like it because I wasn't sure about everything. time but i love the way it turned out so anyway i hope you like it and let's move on to the second eyeshadow look starting with the second eyeshadow look again i am prepping my eyes using the shadow base from p louise eyes in the shadow 2.0 i am starting with th is a beautiful brown color and again i am using a pencil brush to start to pack this color.
I wasn't really sure what I was going to do, actually, so I started to pack it on the outer corner, but I decided to basically just pack this color all over my lid and my crease for the next color I'm going to toast and I'm just applying this right on top of the previous color and for this color I'm not doing a packing move I'm more doing a side to the side and I'm starting to blend this color as I decided to make this look a lot easier on you guys so we're not going going to do anything crazy no cutting creases or anything so basically just add the color and start blending next I'll start building up a little more pigment so I'll just go back to the previous two colors using the same color brush mix and go back and forth mixing and adding color until i'm happy with how it looks and now i'm adding hello salem as the transition color using the same mix next i take a full moon and add it dire ctly to the brow bone just to add a bit of highlight to that area; then, I use the same color to highlight the inner corner; lash line I am now switching to an angled brush and creating a line in the inner corner area of the lower lash line.
I'm not sure what this is called, but I came back with the white color anyway and filled it. Next, I take one of the glitter eyeshadows and use a silicone brush. I apply it all over the lid and a little bit in the crease because since I have hooded eyes the glitter will end up transferring to the crease anyway so take the glitter in the crease just a little you don't have to wear it in the crease but i think it looks better when you wear it in the crease a little bit and i apologize theres a barking dog outside taking the same glitter eyeshadow and the same silicone brush i am also adding i added a little glitter to the lash line lower just to give us a little bit of added shine and for the waterline I'm using the copper pencil from the collection below I'm going to create a wing and again I wasn't sure what to do with this look or really any of the the eyeshadows right now the look is rounded on the outer corner but since i decided to add a winged eyeliner i am going to clean the edge with a q-tip which i really don't like. the way it looks when it's rounded and then you have this tapered brim so usually if I do a brim I recommend your outside corner be nice and tapered as well but again it's a personal preference what whatever you like will work fine so for the eyeliner I'm using a black
colourpopeyeliner I end up switching to the too faced eyeliner the reason I ended up switching is because I wanted to make the wing a bit thicker and a bit longer and i just like the tip of the liner too face much better honestly so does the face liquid eyeliner is my favorite eyeliner of all time but anyway yeah i go ahead and too fast . that it was better to leave it there so you guys could see the process i go through creating my wing anyway for the mascara i am using fenty beauty mascara and four lashes so we are using the ones from the collection i have i got back these are the style flirty witch and i am using these for all three eyeshadow styles since i did not receive the other two styles but honestly these lashes look good with almost all eyeshadows and are very comfortable to wear. this is the second finished eyeshadow look, i hope you like it, it wasn't as complicated as the first one, but let's go ahead and move on to the last eyeshadow look, starting with the third and last eyeshadow look for the color pop hocus. pocus
palettei am going to prep my eyes again with p louise eyeshadow base in shade 2.0 and bring the base to my lower lash line i know it looks over the top i used to do this all the time haven't in a long time , but I just wanted to try it again and anyway for the first color I'm going to use that dark matte purple and again using a pencil brush to pack the color into the crease, then I take the lighter purple and again using a brush of pencil I'm going to start packing it right on top of the previous color and I'm going to soften the edges as well and as you can see these colors are almost identical at first I was really nervous it wasn't going to look good but once I started to blend the edges i could see it was definitely lighter so yeah don't be too scared they are very close in color but it's definitely two different colors and for the transition color i'm going to hello salem which i think is the only one co transition color on the palette, but anyway, I'm using a small blending brush and I'm just going to apply this directly to the transition area and I'm going to do packing movements but also blend the color at the same time and now here it comes The fun part again, we're just going to build up pigmentation and blend and I know.
I try to show you as much of the process as possible, but it's very hard to get everything in one video. I'm just going to go back to all the colors that we've used and repeating the same process so pack and mix pack and mix and you want to repeat that process until you're happy with the way it looks so I'll go back to building up pigmentation and blending so again repeating the same packing and blending process and yes once you are happy with the pigmentation and blending you can stop blending. you can define Usually do what we did in the second eyeshadow look where you don't need to blend as much but yes if you want it to be very very opaque and pigmented you have to go through the pack and blend process and now moving on to better things i dip back into the white shade and apply it to the brow bone to highlight it once more.
I really like this color. I think it gives a very subtle but very pretty highlight and then after I add the highlight I always like to blend the transition. tint the brow bone color a bit just to make it look a bit more even if that makes sense and then here i am playing around with the look it never looks right on me so at some point i have to learn when to do it. stop I thought I'd show you this because I know most people don't and it can be really hard to do these types of looks so don't be afraid to change your brushes as many times as you feel the need to.
Don't be afraid to go back to any color like me every time I do.you need yeah ok so now we're going to cut the crease and cut the crease i'm using the p louise eyeshadow base again but this time i'm using it in the shade zero and that's just a little trick that got me like to do to cut the crease since I have droopy eyes. I like to apply it to my eyelid first and then I open my eye and where I see the transfer is what I use. as my guide to cutting the crease and that's my Discord friends in the background I know anyway don't make fun of me I love you but yeah so for this one I'm doing a little more crease cutting tricky so i'm using a michaels brush it's just a very very thin brush and i'm creating this type of shape as a winged cut fold i guess that's what you'd call it i'm not quite sure you really want to take your time with this and be as precise as possible once you have your shape you can go back to your Healing Brush and just fill it in and then for the outer corner I just switch to a smaller brush and fill in the rest and I don't know if you guys guessed but I'm going to take a swab to clean up the outer edge as this is going to be a little mo I mean it's not really a complicated look but obviously we created a winged cut fold so we need to make that edge very sharp and for the lid, I wanted to add this p purple at first to see what it would look like, but I didn't.
I like it so I decided to go with the bright purple pink shade. I guess you would call this and yeah I basically went over everything with this color. Faced liquid eyeliner and it had these little hairs sticking out because I closed it the wrong way and I was actually trying to do my wing with it that way and it was extremely difficult so I ended up cutting it off and it didn't really affect anything, but you still want to line up the brim with the outer edge and the end of the cut fold. Also, this video is much longer than it should be because I'm showing you my mistakes, so I originally wanted to add the collection glitter over the top of the brim, but it ended up being a very, very bad idea because of For some reason this glitter doesn't dry completely, I guess it basically ended up transferring all over my crease. my second try without the glitter over the brim lining so definitely don't add the glitter just keep the brim as it is and now I'm just adding the white to the inside corner so add the glitter over the top of the lid color that ended up working well so to be honest i don't know if it was the glitter that did it or the combination of this particular eyeliner with the glitter.
I did not have any issues with shine all over the lid. I didn't have the transfer this way, so it's definitely safe to do it this way, so anyway, I'm taking that shimmer shade and adding it all over the lid and finally moving onto the lower lash line, i'm dipping into the black eyeshadow and just adding that with a pencil brush and to smudge the black, i went back to the purple shade and just added that with a small brush to smudge the waterline. I tried to add the shimmery purple from the collection but I didn't like how it looked so I just went back to the black makeup pencil for good and was so much happier with the look and decided to add foundation for the final look as it makes everything looks so much better so I went back to purple and fixed the bottom tab. lining a bit isn't something you guys will have to do but just showing you in case you're wondering why my skin looks different for mascara i'm going back to fenty beauty mascara for lashes we're going back to the only lashes we have from the flirty witch style collection and that's it this is the 3rd complete eyeshadow look hope you guys liked all the eyeshadow looks let me know below which one was your favorite and yea thanks so much guys for be here and watching don't forget to subscribe before you go but remember even if you don't i just appreciate you being here and also don't forget you can follow us on all social media it's on shiny beauties the same way it's spelled here i also have a coupon code for colourpop i'll leave it in the description box below if they want to use it i don't make any money off of it i think its just a tracking code for them to pr but i'm not quite sure uro how it works to be honest but anyway thanks so much for looking and hope to see you next bye
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