Round up your peach spring eyeshadow palettes, and get ready to recreate a lovely peach look for a stylish statement this season! Keep reading for perfect peach makeup tutorial and peach beauty looks you’ll love!
Peach Makeup Tutorials and Peachy Ideas
Peach is a lovely color for spring and summer season. What I love most about peach makeup is that it has a mix of undertones that will suit any skin tone. It has pink, orange, yellow, and red undertones, making it look incredibly good on anyone and everyone! Moreover, peach makes a perfect spring and summer shade because it gives the skin a bright glow. Simply put, peach is a universal color.
Let’s start your journey with peach with a makeup tutorial and our fave peach makeup looks.
What You’ll Need:
- Chi Chi Brow Pomade
- Benefit Gimme Brow
- Benefit Stay Don’t Stray Primer
- Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette
- Stila Kitten Magnificent Metal
- Elizabeth Arden Brown Liquid Eyeliner
- xoBeauty The Golddigger
- Estee Lauder Sumptuous Mascara
- Kajal Eyeliner in Topaz
- Mac Blacktrack
- Benefit Hoola
- Tarteist Pro Contour Palette
- Too Faced Peach Glow
- Too Faced Papa Don’t Peach
- Mac Lipliner in Fruit Cocktail
- Too Faced Sweet Peach Gloss in Peach Tease
Step 1: Line and fill in the eyebrows.
Before doing your brows, start by applying foundation and concealer. Once you’re done, use a brow pomade to line and fill in the eyebrows. Use a brow gel or brow mascara to add more tint and control unruly brows for the rest of the day.
Step 2: Apply eyeshadow.
For a radiant peach makeup look, you’d want the eyeshadow colors to be really vibrant. Thus, apply eyeshadow primer on the lids first. Next, pick a peach eyeshadow and apply this on the crease and the lower lashline.
The peach makeup look we’re going for here is something vibrant and smokey. Thus, you need to do more work on the crease. Pick a darker peach shade to deepen the crease. Again, apply the same eyeshadow on the lower lashline.
To give the eyes some sparkle, pick a light pink shimmer eyeshadow and apply all over the lids. Actually, at this point, you can experiment with eyeshadow colors, just as long as the shade you choose will complement the peach eyeshadow.
Step 3: Create the smokey eye effect.
Pick a light brown shade for your transition color and apply on the outer V of the eye. Blend and bring the color to the crease as well. Now get a slightly darker brown shade or an orange-brown shade and apply on the outer V. Pack on the color, blend out and bring it on top of the crease. This will give the eyes a smokey effect.
Now if you think that the eyes need a darker shade for the smokey eye effect, just pack on the color on the outer V and on the crease. Blend out smoothly.
If you want to put more color into the lash line, add a peach shimmer eyeshadow.
Step 4: Highlight the eyes.
Apply a cream shade of eyeshadow on the inner corner of the eyes and on the brow bone for a highlighting effect.
Step 5: Make the eyes look dramatic.
To make the eyes look more glam, add some light pink foil eyeshadow on the lower lash line. Next, create a winged eyeliner using a brown eyeliner. If you want to add drama to the eyes, go for black eyeliner for a bolder touch.
Speaking of dramatic eyes, wear false eyelashes and then apply mascara. When wearing falsies, you’d want to make sure that there are no color gaps underneath. To be on the safe side, tightline the upper lash line.
Step 6: Apply bronzer, blush, and contour.
It’s time to work on the cheeks ladies. Dab some bronzer on the cheekbones, around the forehead, and other areas you’d want to give a sunkissed glow. And then work on contouring the cheeks by applying contour powder under the cheekbones and blending out smoothly.
Move on to applying a light peach blush on the apples of the cheek. It’s best to go light and sheer with the blush for this look.
Now, don’t forget to highlight. Highlight above the cheekbones to give you that luminous glow.
Step 7: Apply color to the lips.
We’re on our last step! For this look, you can go for a nude lip color or something peach or pink. It’s really your choice. But do start by lining the lips to make it look fuller and perfectly-shaped. Complete the look with a peach lip gloss to plump up the lips and create the perfect pout.
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Peach Makeup Looks to Try
There’s just so many things you can do with peach makeup. But to help you pick your top looks to try, I’ve rounded up my 5 faves! Check them out here:
1. The Perfect Peach Eyeshadow | Peach Makeup Tutorial
The perfect peach makeup tutorial is all about the soft, simple, and pretty look that you can use as your go-to peach makeup for the spring and summer season. I like that it’s not flashy and not too colorful…just right for an everyday look!
2. Peach Makeup for Monolid Eyes
Women with monolid eyes, you can also have fun with the color peach too! How? Go for an easy peach makeup look like the one above. Use a peach eyeshadow for the lids and use a darker shade for the outer V and the crease. Applying the same color eyeshadow on the lash line makes the eyes prettier!
3. Party Perfect Peach Makeup Tutorial
There’s going to be tons of parties this season and this party perfect eye makeup is the look you need to do. It’s a mix of peach and gold on the eyes and it will make you look like a sun goddess, believe me!
4. Pretty Peach Makeup
I don’t like wearing heavy eye makeup during the spring and summer seasons. Makes me feel icky and I can’t be bothered with worrying about my eyeshadow throughout the day. Thus, I like to keep it simple, but pretty. This pretty peach makeup is my go-t0 look when I like to use my peach shadows.
5. Peach and Blue Eye Makeup
Itching to go bolder and colorful with your peach makeup? I’ve got a lovely look for you here! Go shimmery peach on the lids and work that blue eyeliner on the lower lash line. The final result? Eye makeup worthy of a spring princess!
Watch the step-by-step tutorial of the peach makeup look from Shaaanxo:
Is that enough of a peach tease for you? Peach is truly a lovely color to use for this season regardless if you want to use in on your eyes, face, or lips–it will still look great on you! As I’ve mentioned earlier, peach flatters every skin tone so don’t be afraid to get creative and have fun with it too! Speaking of which, I think I’ll do the peach and blue eye makeup at a party I’m going to next week. Have fun with these looks ladies!
Do you like peach makeup? What’s your favorite one in the list? Sound off in the comments section below!
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