Pretty Little Liars Intro Eyeshadow

So I spent most of my weekend binge-watching Pretty Little Liars (I’m only on season 4… no spoilers please.)  Every time the iconic intro showed, I couldn’t help but notice how much I loved Alison DiLaurentis’ shimmery bronze eyeshadow. Today I was inspired to try to get my makeup to look the same. Here is how I recreated the Pretty Little Liars Intro Eyeshadow…

See what eyeshadow was used to create the same look as Alison DiLaurentis from the Pretty Little Liars opening credits.

Pretty Little Liars Intro:

Pretty Little Liars | Freeform's Official Intro (Feat. "Secret" by The Pierces) | Freeform

I know it goes by pretty fast, so here is a picture:

See what eyeshadow was used to create the same look as Alison DiLaurentis from the Pretty Little Liars opening credits.

And here is the look I recreated:

Do you want See what eyeshadow was used to create the same look as Alison DiLaurentis from the Pretty Little Liars opening credits.

Note that I added a few contrast filters, smoothed the edges and added a vignette to make my picture match the picture shown in the intro. My eyelid is not as perfectly shaped as hers, and I wasn’t wearing fake eyelashes. With all of that in consideration, I think the eyeshadow matched pretty closely. What do you think?

So the question on everyone’s mind is what eyeshadow did I use to create the Pretty Little Liars intro makeup?

The Process:

  • The step is to apply an eyeshadow primer. I use Photo Finish from Smashbox.
  • Next, use a crayon eyeliner to tightline the lids and line the waterline.
  • Additionally, you can apply a thin layer of crayon eyeliner to the top lid. I use a smudging brush to blend out the hard line.
  • The next step is to apply some of the smudge pot by e.l.f. to make the eyeshadow pop.

The Actual Eyeshadow:

The original Naked Palette by Urban Decay is one of my all-time favorites. It has some pretty awesome colors, including the colors I use for this look.

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First, I apply some “Booty Call” to the whole lid and then I use “Smog” for the actual color. Start by applying “Smog” with a blending brush to the whole lid area and create the shape that the eyeshadow will fill in. Once the shape is set, I use a flat eyeshadow brush to pack the pigment on my actual eyelid.

It’s actually pretty simple and I think the color matches pretty closely.

Pretty Little Liars Into Eye Makeup

Your Turn: What do you think? Does the color look good? Have you tried to recreate this look? I’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section below…

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