About four years ago I was (and still am) obsessed with cheetah print… on everything! For example, I have cheetah print PJ’s, uggs, and even paint my nails with cheetah print designs.
Additionally, I was watching Youtube Makeup Tutorials on how to achieve a golden/sunset eye look and then it just came to me… I should just combine the golden eye look with my favourite design. I googled how to achieve the cheetah print design and got to work.
Here is a closer look at the makeup!
Here is what I used:
This is a very old makeup box that I received as a Christmas Gift in 2010. There were 36 eyeshadow colours, 4 blush shades, 6 lipsticks, 6 nail polish colours, 6 glittery liquid eyeliners, a few eyeshadow brushes, and one blush brush.
I forget the name of the kit, but for this look I used the first top three colours, second colour from the left in the second row, second colour from the left in the third row, and the golden colour in the bottom right corner.
I also used a liquid eyeliner with a precise tip to draw the black lines along with my Mega Plush Mascara by Maybelline. -My fave mascara!
How you can get the look:
*I applied foundation as usual and bronzer, but did not contour. I also didn’t fill in my eyebrows. For the purpose of this look, I will mostly focus on the eye makeup!
Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette
You can use Foxy by the inner corner of the lid and brow bone, Chopper over the lid, Half Baked on the crease, and Snakebite on the outer corner of the lid for a smokey eye. Alternately, you can use any 3 shades that are cream, golden, or brown.
Maybelline Mega Plush Volum’Express Mascara
I love the Mega Plush Mascara it creates the illusion that your lashes are longer and thicker! -Or you can use your mascara of choice!
Maybelline New York-EyeStudio Master Precise Eyeliner
You can use a liquid eyeliner to line you eyes first. A winged eyeliner look is optional. Once you have complete your sunset smokey eye look, you can draw little half circles, short squiggles, and small dots all over the lid for the Cheetah Print effect.
Tip: be sure to space out the black lines so it doesn’t look too muddy.
And there you have it!!! Hope you enjoyed this 🙂