Step-by-Step Eye Makeup Tutorial for Cocktail Parties

By “Makeup by Romma

Hey, my love!

I am back with a fresh new look. This tutorial is all about parties and night life. This eye makeup look is perfect for cocktail parties. So, without any further delay, let’s begin the tutorial.

Step-by-Step Makeup Tutorial for Cocktail Party

Products Used:

Makeup Geek Eye-shadow in Frappe, Bitten, Chikaadee, Fortune-Teller, and Voltage
Inglot Matte Gel Eye Liner
MAC Prep and Prime Vibrancy Eye Primer
• Lit Cosmetic Glitter in Rich n Famous
Deborah Milano 5 in 1 Extraordinary Mascara
Lakme Eyeconic Kajal
Liner brush
Fluffy brush
Blending brush
Pencil brush
Flat brush

Bare face:

Bare face

Step 1

Apply an eye primer or any concealer on the entire eye lid area to create a base for the eyeshadows to develop.
step 1 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 2

Take a base color shadow to set the primer. I have used Vanilla from ColourPop Cosmetics.
step 2 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 3

Take a lighter shade for the crease to create the transition of colors. Apply it from the outer corner of the crease to the inner corner of the crease creating a semi circle. I have used ‘Frappe’ from Makeup Geek.
step 3 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 4

Take a darker shade and deposit it on the outer corner and in the inner corner of the eye as shown in the picture. Don’t blend the color. Here I have used ‘Bitten’ from Makeup Geek.
step 4 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 5

Take a warm toned shadow to blend the edges of both the corners. I have used ‘Chikadee’ from Makeup Geek; it’s a warm yellow color and is perfect for Indian skin tones.
step 5 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 6

Pick a foiled eyeshadow on a flat brush and apply on the center of the lid in between the darker shades. I have used ‘Fortune Teller’ from Makeup Geek.
step 6 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 7

Take any glitter glue on a small brush and apply glitter on it. Now, apply this glitter over the foiled shadow entirely. I have used ‘Rich and Famous’ from Lit Cosmetics, and the adhesive too is from Lit Cosmetics.
step 7 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 8

Fill in the lower lid with a dark kohl; I have used Lakme Eyeconic Kajal.
step 8 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 9

Take a black gel liner, and line your eyes as per your comfort and liking. I have added an edge to my look by keeping the upper wing pointy, and by taking the inner wing of my lower lid downwards.
step 9 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 10

Brush your lashes with a good mascara. I have used a volume mascara by Deborah Milano.
step 10 Cocktail Party Makeup

Step 11

Take any highlighter or a pearl shadow to highlight your brow bones. I have used ‘Voltage’ from Makeup Geek.
step 11 Cocktail Party Makeup

The final look:

So, here is an eye makeup look that is just perfect for the parties, especially for cocktail parties.
Cocktail Party Makeup

About the Makeup Artist:

I worship makeup and am totally mesmerised by the power of it. I am an Odisha based Makeup Artist. Totally live love makeup. I run a spa and am totally passionate about my work.

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3 thoughts on “Step-by-Step Eye Makeup Tutorial for Cocktail Parties

  1. Romma this is such a stunning and edgy eye makeup look.I am not that daring to sport such a bold eye with that strong cat liner but it looks gorgeous on you . Will try out this look but but a less prominent eye liner.Loved it.

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