EXCLUSIVE: Percy Pig Make-Up Is Now A Thing - Here's How To Do It
You heard it here first, people: Percy Pig makeup is now a thing and we are SO on board.
Yes, one makeup artist has recreated the bubblegum pink sky and lime green hills of the popular M&S gummy sweet on her eyelids - and it looks good enough to eat.
The look was created by makeup pro Adele Natalie, who was inspired by some super cool Percy Pig earrings she found on Depop. Here's how she got the look:
Going one step further, the creative decided to match her makeup look to her dangly earrings and has now shared the process with Tyla.
The 23-year-old self-taught MUA from Fife, Scotland, also revealed the steps and products used on her Instagram, @adelesmakeup, so you can give it a go, too.
While Adele revealed the exact products she used, you could also swap them out for similar ones in your own makeup drawer.
Adele began by priming her lid with her Anastasia Beverly Hills eye primer. She created a cut crease, first using Pep Talk (a vivid hot pink) from the BPerfect x Stacey Marie Carnival XL Pro Palette.
To do this, she created a wave of pink around the socket of the eye which was then gently blended out with a fluffy brush. This acts as the pink 'sunset'.
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After this, the makeup artist used an ear bud to create a sharp line around the socket, forming the base for her cut crease.
Adele then went over the lid with a some Snazaroo white face paint to sharpen the edge, before going over it with some loose powder.
She then filled in the lid with Ecstasy (a lime green also from the Carnival XL Pro palette) to create her 'hill', as well as adding some shadow under the lower lash line.
Now for the tricky part: Adele used a super fine brush and white face paint to paint tiny clouds in her pink sky.
She the used the same small brush and white paint to create miniature flowers on the hill, which she went over in NYX Liner in Halo (a pastel yellow).
Finally, Adele added some glitter to the corner of her eye before finishing off with mascara and lashes.
The look is the first in a series Adele is doing where she matches her makeup to her earrings.
We can't wait to see what she comes up with next...
Featured Image Credit: Adele Natalie