For some of us, eyeliner is a must whenever we go out. Generally, eyeliner will be black and it will be as dark as possible but sometimes we get bored with the black one and want to have other different colors. The problem is most of the makeup company will sell you one color for one eyeliner, which for some people it will be out of the budget. So here is one of makeup idea you can try that will help you to have so many colors for your eyeliner without breaking your wallet. The answer is to use eyeliner from eyeshadow and here is how to make eyeliner from eyeshadow (DIY makeup).

Choose the eyeshadow color

Eyeshadow of your choice

You can use whatever color you want, just make sure the eyeshadow is from powder or liquid one. I don’t recommend you to use cream shadow because it tends to be messed and not set. Here I’m using eyeshadow palette from Shany cosmetic     which is affordable and has so many colors in one palette.  You can use eyeshadow palette from     wet and wild     or other brands too.

Other things you’ll need

Water in The Spray Bottle

I use water in the spray bottle because I don’t have the setting spray. If you can get the setting spray you no need to use water. The setting spray will hold the eyeshadow even better, so there will be no smudge by the end of the day. Another thing you’ll need is a mixing plate. I got my mixing plate from elf.


If you don’t have something like that, you can simply use a small plate or something that has a flat surface. As long as it can be used for mixing the eyeshadow and water or the setting spray.


After you get all those things, we are ready to make our DIY eyeliner. The first thing you need to do is to make sure the mixing plate is free from other thing and clean. And then scrape some of the eyeshadow powder to the mixing plate.


I’m using eyebrow ruler to scrape my eyeshadow, but if you don’t have, the spoon will do the same as long as you don’t put too much pressure when you scrape it or it will be brake and mess. Scrape easily, you don’t need much of eyeshadow.

After you are happy with the amount of the eyeshadow on your mixing plate, time to spray the water to it.


Take some distance when you spray the water, so you can control how much water that comes into the eyeshadow. I didn’t put much, just like 3 sprays. Then, mix it until it becomes pasty.


When the mixture becomes pasty enough we can apply it on our eyelid. In case you put too much water, you can always add some more eyeshadow powder or translucent powder to thicken the paste, or simply throw some drops of the water and add little more eyeshadow.

Apply the DIY eyeliner


Apply a thin layer first before you go bold. We wanna try our creation slowly and when you sure it’s great, then you can add more layer and be even bolder. I’m using eyeliner brush that I bought long ago, so the brush is not that pretty anymore but it still does the job. 


Before you apply any makeup on your eyelid, I recommend you to use eye primer so then the makeup will not smudge or leave a mark on your crease or anything like that. For me, my eyelid is not that oily but still sometimes if I forget to use the primer, the eyeshadow or eyeliner will be smudge and leaving a mark in my crease.

Alright, that is all how to make eyeliner from eyeshadow (DIY makeup). If you have done this DIY please tag me in Instagram – Fadiah qisthina. Thank you. xoxo

In this post, I will show you one of my favorites eyeshadow look that is so easy and doesn’t require a lot of product, but it will be glamorous. I choose pink as the main color here, brown as the transition and gold as the highlight. So literary you only need three eyeshadow color. Here is my tutorial on Pink Glam Eyeshadow Look and The Steps to Do It. Without further ado let’s get start it. 

Pictorial on Pink Glam Eyeshadow Look

Apply Eye primer

The very first thing to do when you want to apply eyeshadow is to apply the eye primer. Why? Because eye primer can help your eyeshadow to stay in place even longer and no crease during the day. When the eyeshadow stays on nicely during the day then you no need to worry about touching up again and again.

Apply Eye Primer

In this tutorial, I’m using eye primer from  elf Eye Primer and Liner Sealer  that is affordable and easy to use. I found that this primer is last long for you to use it again and again because of the formula is compact-cream. Apply the eye primer to all over the lid and blend it all. If you don’t have this primer you can only use other brands like  urban decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion  or Maybelline Prime Long-lasting Eyeshadow Base  for another affordable option.

Dab on the transition color

In this tutorial, I choose brown as my transition color. I use contour palate from elf for the brown color. Apply by using fluffy eyeshadow brush around the eye crease. Blend it nicely until there is no harsh line.

Transition Color

Apply the Pink Shade

I use pink shade from Ofra cosmetic. It’s actually a blush but because the color is too intense for my skin color, so I never use it as blush again. When I use it as an eyeshadow it is so stunning, so why not? Apply the eyeshadow by using flat eyeshadow brush so the color is even more intense. I put all the shade all over my lid so it will be even more glamorous. 

Dab on the pink shadow

After all of the eyelid has the pink shadow, then blend it until no harsh line.


Add some shimmery gold

I apply a shimmery gold color just from the inner corner until the middle of the eyelid. I apply it by using my finger, so the shimmer not flying around anywhere. I use this shimmery gold from Pacifica tomboy vibe eyeshadow palate

When you applying eyeshadow and it comes outward too much like that, you can always wipe it off by using wet wipes or makeup remover wipe, as long as you drag it in line, so no mess after that. Another way is you can use tape to seal the edge of your eyes, so no eyeshadow coming through that line.

Don’t forget the lower liner

I like to add some definition on the lower liner, so it won’t be awkward. I use the same pink color on the lower line just lightly using a small eyeshadow brush.

Lower Line Shadow

After this step you just need to apply eyeliner and mascara or if you have fake lashes even better. I was running out of my fake lashes when I make this tutorial, so I just use mascara. Then you can finish the full makeup, foundation and other.

Eyeshadow Look Finished

Pink Glam Eyeshadow Look

It’s so easy to create this look. All the products I used are also easy to find. But if you don’t have doesn’t mean you need to buy it. Be creative with what you already have in your makeup bag. The key is being creative and enjoyable.

I like this look and it can be used whenever you go to a party. How about you guys? Do you wear makeup when you going to the party? or you just don’t bother about it? Let me know down below. xoxo

For some of us, makeup seems to be something hard to do. But actually, it is not that hard as long as you have the passion and patient. Makeup is a kind of art which needs the effort, time and practice. And for adding your ideas of makeup look, here is my natural orange look for the beginner and the steps to do it, let’s get started!


Natural Orange Look For Beginner and The Steps to Do It
Steps to do natural orange look

This look is so easy and great for the fall season, where pumpkin-spice is a life. Here are the steps:

1 Apply eye primer

I use   e.l.f. Eye Primer and Liner Sealer, Natural, 0.35 Ounce   for my primer. This primer is affordable but not last too long. I recommend you to use UD Eyeshadow Primer Potion Tube – Original – Full Size 0.33 fl. oz./10 ml   but it is a bit pricey. The option is in your hand.

2 Tap on the green neon eyeshadow

Tap on the shadow without blending it. All of the eyeshadow in this look I use from SHANY Ultimate Fusion Eyeshadow Palette (120 Color Eyeshadow Palette, Natural Nude and Neon Combination), Net Wt. 120g


3 Add orange shadow on top of the green neon shadow and then blend them all

Color added

4 Add shimmery gold shadow in the middle of the eyelid

5 Finish it with eyeliner and lashes

natural orange look

Alright, that’s it and voila you got a look. The key is to blend the shadow nicely so it won’t be patchy. The eyeshadow I use is not that pigmented actually, but if you use like Morphe Cosmetics and Jaclyn Hill Eyeshadow Paletteit will tell differently, or   wet n wild Color Icon Eyeshadow 10 Pan Palettefor the budget-friendly one.

That’s my natural orange look for the beginner and the steps to do it. How about you, do you like to wear orange eyeshadow? Let me know in the comment below. xoxo