Shopping Bag

0 items in bag
Your shopping bag is empty!

“ALEXA CHUNG MAKEUP TUTORIAL - STARRING ALEXA CHUNG!”

How excited were we to see our favourite make-up artist and beauty guru Lisa Eldridge’s latest tutorial - “Alexa Chung Makeup Tutorial - Starring Alexa Chung!”

Yes our gal Alexa Chung! Watch them have a natter and marvel at the finished look. As Lisa says, “It’s an effortless and easy look to wear.”

We’ve taken the liberty of grabbing some screen shots to put together this easy how-to for perfect summer eyes!

 

SHARE

17 JUN

ASOS CLUMPY MASCARA MAKEUP HOW TO

Yes clumpy mascara is a thing!  We spied the trend at fashion week A/W14 where make-up supremo Pat McGrath stated it was all about 'lashes, liner and brows.'  For Prada she applied imperfect mascara which looked surprisingly pretty.

Be sure to keep the rest of your make-up light and dewy to pull off clumpy lashes ensuring your look is youthful not doubtful!

 

SHARE

13 MAY

VISUALISE YOUR PERFECT WINGED EYE

"The question I probably get asked the most is how I create my winged eyeliner, but when I was first getting started with makeup I found out the hard way that this isn't a skill that you can pick up overnight. I have a couple of guides demonstrating a few methods to help simplify liner application, but the key to perfection is practice, practice and practice some more! If there was anything that I could teach right off the bat, it would definitely be that."

Nicola Kate

SHARE

01 MAY

VISUAL EYES YOUR PERFECT EYES!

There's a lot of buzz around contouring to change the planes of your face in the beauty world right now and so we wanted to adapt the concept to eyeliner! Change your eye shape with just a flick of the wrist.

DEEP SET EYES

Apply liner to the waterline top and bottom to add definition and make eyes pop.

DROOPY EYES

Wing liner up and out on the upper lash line and apply a fine line along the inner corner only to lift the eye upwards.

CLOSE SET EYES

Focus liner on the outer corners of your eyes to lift up and out.

WIDE SET EYES

Apply a thick line across upper lids starting from the inner corner to bring eyes closer together.

 

SHARE

07 APR

4 LIQUID EYELINER LOOKS

It's classic yet always on trend. It matches any outfit day or night and has the ability to make you look more pulled together then you necessarily are.

What are we talking about? Liquid eyeliner ofcourse! The most transformative product that has been en vogue since Cleopatra rimmed her eyes for a seductively sooty stare. Eyeko Eye Do Liquid Eyelineris the definitive liquid liner perfect for every look from the most subtle kitten flick to dramatic winged eye. Working together with style icon Alexa Chung, cat eye queen, we made our blackest, most waterproof and mistake-proof iiner yet! 

Not only that but we added lash enhancers too as...

SHARE

22 JAN

TIGHTLINING AKA INVISIBLE LINER

We <3 Eyeko Eye Do Liquid Eyeliner! Our latest liner features a waterproof formula that makes it the perfect tool for tightlining your eyes.

What's 'tightlining' we hear you ask? Think of it as invisible eye liner and the simplest trick to create instant lash definition in seconds.

Take a look at our pic tutorial below created exclusively for Eyeko by one of our favourite beauty guru's Miss Maven.

SHARE

17 JAN

LISA ELDRIDGE - PIN UP BEAUTY

We heart this full on Betty Page inspired look - all about lashes, liner and brows!
Top make-up artist and our favourite youtube beauty guru Lisa Eldridge favours Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner felt tip applicator to get colour into the lash root to outline the perfect cat-eye for her pin-up beauty look.

 

SHARE

03 OCT

BLACK MAGIC MASCARA

TV Make-up artist Annie Levy and favourite with the Made in Chelsea crew features Eyeko Black Magic Mascara in her latest tutorial Bright Lips Aren't for Kissing.

MAKE-UP ARTIST: ANNIE LEVY


Stand-out lashes are always a must in our eyes - bold lips or not! Remember Eyeko Black Magic Mascara comes with the Eyeko Shield - a neat beauty tool you pop behind your lashes as you apply mascara to avoid smudging your lids whilst enabling you to get 'right in at the root' as advised by Annie! We created the Eyeko Shield when we noticed that make-up artists use the end of a brush or their thumb when applying mascara to models to avoid messing...

SHARE

24 SEP