Quench Your Thirst – Blue Eyeshadow Tutorial

As soon as I caught a glimpse of the Jeffree Star Thirsty eyeshadow palette, the blue and green shades called out to me. It’s not the kind of colours that I personally, or many others I know, reach for – but I think this summer it’s all about colour and doing what the hell you want!

Honestly, I think the green shade, splash is my ultimate dreamy shade – I think it would look great on a feature wall and in this case, today’s feature wall is my eyes. To make the eyes a bit more dimensional and give them the glam rather than ‘thirteen’ year old makeup feel, I added the shade Divine onto the inner corner and centre portion of the eye. My goodness, it makes the shades really pop.

I think the technique itself is a great way to wear colour on the eyes, without keeping it to just the lower lash line or the inner corner – something we see all too often. It’s all about experimentation and honestly, I’m all about that at the moment.

If you’ve recently created any colourful eyeshadow looks, I’d love you to link your posts below so I’m able to take a peek!

EX1 Cosmetics Liquid Foundation in 5 (£12.50, ASOS)
Applied with the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge (£5.99, Superdrug)
Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer in C8 (£4, Superdrug)
Applied with the same sponge to any blemishes and under the eyes
Makeup Revolution Luxury Banana Powder (£5, Superdrug) applied to any areas you don’t want shine
I applied it to the sides of my nose, chin and forehead with the Real Techniques Stippling brush (£10.99, Superdrug)

Jeffree Star Thirsty eyeshadow palette (£45, Beauty Bay)
Taking the shade Subtle – a soft brown shade – into the crease
Applied with the Storybook Cosmetics fluffy brush from the Wand Collection (£40, Beauty Bay)
To start the amazing colourful eye, taking the shade Splash – a matte aqua – onto the inner and outer third of the moving lid, as well as under the eye
Applied with the Zoeva Smoky Shader (£9, Beauty Bay)
To ensure everything’s blended, then taking the same shade – Splash – and blending it into the crease where we’ve applied Subtle
Blended with the Spectrum ao8 brush (£4.99, Spectrum)
To add the amazing pop of colour to the centre of the lid on both the upper and lower lid, I took the shade Divine – a pure metallic silver
Applied with the pencil brush from the Storybook Cosmetics Wand Collection – see above
Continue these same steps until you reach the desired pigment you want
Maybelline Master Smoky Eyeliner in Smoky Chocolate (£5.99, Superdrug) onto the water lines – this will help define the eyes from the colourful lids
L’Oreal Miss Baby Roll Mascara in Waterproof Black (£7.99, Superdrug) to upper and lower lashes

Tanya Burr Perfect Brow Palette (£7, Feel Unique) Taking all three brow shades to create the perfect colour
Applied with the Zoeva Brow Line Brush (£8, Beauty Bay)

Palette Chloette by Pixi (£28, Cult Beauty)
Taking the blush Promise – a slightly shimmery peach – onto the apples of the cheeks
Applied with the Real Techniques Blush Brush (£9.99, Superdrug)
New CID Cosmetics i-Glow in Sirocco as a highlight (£27.50, New CID Cosmetics)
Applied with the Zoeva Face Focus brush (£13, Beauty Bay) – also applied this powder highlight onto the inner corner of the eye with little finger
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Give Me Sun! (£25.50, MAC Cosmetics)
Applied to the perimeters of the face and cheeks with the Models Own Blush brush from the On The Go collection (£14.99, Models Own)
Revolution Pro Supreme Hold Setting Spray (£6, Superdrug)

MAC Matte Lipstick in Yash (£17.50, MAC Cosmetics)

Love, always.






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25 thoughts on “Quench Your Thirst – Blue Eyeshadow Tutorial

  1. I LOVE this look- it’s very ABBA-esque but I still think it looks perfect for this day and age, and particularly this summer! I will have to try it out 🙂

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