Blue Moon – Make-up look

Hey guys,

I am always trying my best to come up with great make up look for you guys. If you want me to do a particular look and maybe give you step by step instructions to how you should do it, just comment down below :). I am always looking for something new to try, I love to challenge myself in make-up.


Blue moon is basically a blue based make-up look with a twist. I love mixing colours in order to create something out of the ordinary but that it still looks beautiful on the eyes. I have to admit it is getting harder to name my looks, but thanks to my awesome friends they help me come up with these creative names :).

A blue moon is usually used to describe a second full moon in a single solar calendar month, which happens every two to three years (seven times in the Metonic cycle of 19 years)


  1. I always start with a white of beige base colour but this time I used the e.l.f eye transformers the yellow tone colour.
  2. On the inner corner of my eye I applied a purple/blueish colour, before applying the mustard colour.
  3. Further on I blended the purple with a turquoise colour and then I used a dark brown colour on the crease with some navy blue.
  4. I also used a tint of black on the crease and of course the mustard yellow colour on the inner corner of the eyes.
  5. Finally I applied my favorite winged liner and some mascara. For the lips I used the Mua lip boom (very similar to viva glam nicky) and for the cheeks elf baked bronzer and mac sheertone blusher.

Blue3 Blue2

Well I hope you like this look guys, if you do I would appreciate a like or comment down below. Thank you for following and keep posted for more



4 thoughts on “Blue Moon – Make-up look

  1. I always love the color combos you choose and this one is not an exception! This make up is very pretty and looks great on you. I feel like brown eyes can get away with more looks, too much color on my green eyes looks trashy (not that it ever stopped me though :D) xoxo

    • Thanks a lot 🙂 I think a lot like this would look great on your green eyes, it all depends on the application. You have to be more subtle with how much color you put on, but if you blend it well it should still look great. I need to find some green and blue eyed models and you how its done. Also it depends on how big is your lid ect but it all falls down on application 🙂 xoxo

    • Wow Thanks a lot 🙂 I’m am using my artistic experience in art onto make-up. Blending is the the key to every make- up look. You can use the most random colors, that might not actually look good together, but if you blend them well, they can create this awesome look. Thank you again for your comment, keep posted as I have some interesting looks coming up 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Website Protected by Spam Master

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

This blog is kept spam free by WP-SpamFree.