Ombre Lips & Neutral Eyes Tutorial

Last weekend I saw a really cool article in Nylon Magazine showing Lip Ombres and how they were popular on the runway. I thought it was a really fun yet easy idea, so I wanted to try it in a tutorial! Here’s what I came up with, I hope you enjoy :)

 

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Eyes
Too Faced Shadow Insurance Candlelight
theBalm Nude’tude Palette (Palette review & Swatches here)
-Stand Offish on Lid, Sultry/Sophisticated in crease, Sleek on lashline, Sassy as highlight

Kat Von D Black Liquid Liner
NYX Crystal Pewter Glitter Liner
Armani Eyes to Kill Mascara
Faux Lash Tiny Stars Lashes

 

Cheeks
MAC Vintage Grape Blush Ombre

 

Lips
MAC Night Violet Mattine Lipstick
Lancome Clear Juicytube

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30 comments

  1. Janine says:

    The lips are very cool but not particularly wearable, however I LOVE LOVE LOVE the eyes and when your lips were still nude it really looked great so I’d do it with a nude lipstick for a really cool party look.

  2. Anna says:

    I wish to God I could hire you to do my make up. Honestly. I’ve been watching you for years, without attempting to do any of these, not out of thinking it’s too hard, but I never use much make up anyways, unless I’m going out. But I absolutely adore you and wish I could get married (even though Im super single) just so you could do my make up.. :)

  3. Anna says:

    Also this looks SO simple. I thought the lips would take 20 minutes, in it of itself, because they look so complex. THAT I would like to try out sometime!

  4. dee says:

    this is gorgeous! though as a photographer i feel like i owe it to you to share a quick tip to eliminate the orangey-yellow color cast in your full face pictures. if you use photoshop, just go to image–>adjust–>auto color or auto tone. it’ll take that color cast away and make the photo look more true to life!

  5. Christine says:

    Those lips photograph something FIERCE. They’re ridiculously gorgeous in photos, although I agree that I don’t like them as much for wear. Still, it takes a pretty creative mind to pull it off – thanks for showing! :D

    • Leesha says:

      I stopped calling them “Wearable Wednesday” and “Fierce Friday” because unless its a look with two shades of brown or a look filled with neon colors, I get told it’s not wearable/not fierce. everyone is going to have a different opinion on what is wearable and what is fierce depending on what they are comfortable wearing makeup-wise, so I just settled for having tutorials every wednesday and friday that don’t cater to being necessarily wearable or fierce.

  6. Sara says:

    Love it! Also, you mentioned in the video the blush ombre was from an upcoming launch for MAC, are they similar to the ones a few years ago?! Will you be reviewing them? I would be sooooo ecstatic.^^

  7. Juliana says:

    Hi Leesha! I just wanted to let know that I have beenwatching your videos for a while and they just keep getting better! :) I hope you’re doing well because lately you haven’t been seeming yourself. Did something happen? I hope you have an awesome christmas! ^_^ <3 Juliana

  8. Lauren says:

    Hi Leesha! Awesome look!

    I just wanted to let you know I was searching for this video on YT and I came across a user by the name of kissandMAKEUP who is using the photo of your lips as one of her images for her YT video. Her video is entitled “Bold Lashes and Ombre Lips.”

    She does not credit you at all as the source of the image. Just thought I would let you know.

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