70s-Inspired Disco Eye Makeup Tutorial

Dance under the stars in the boldest shades of seduction… Discover our ’70s-inspired disco eye makeup tutorial using ICON Eye Palette and Latex Love in Belle du Soir. The textures are so beautiful that you can wear the strongest shades so easily — and blue and green demand to be seen! These gorgeous JEWEL shades look good on every skin tone and bring out every eye colour.

Application Tips

Take The Icon Palette and begin by covering the eyelid with the Sapphire Blue Shade (Disco Eyes Enhance Shade), using a wind-screen wiper motions with your Charlotte Tilbury Blender Brush.

Next, apply the same shadow under the eye and up into the crease using the Eye Smudger Brush.

Take Charcoal “The Perfect Black” (Disco Eyes Smoke Shade) and smoke into the crease and lower lash-line.

Time to add more colour! Using your finger, apply the Dark Gold, Emerald Shade (Disco Eyes Prime Shade) to the centre of the lid.

Using the Rock ‘N’ Kohl waterproof eyeliner pencil in Marlene Midnight, line the upper lash-line, winging it out slightly.

Take Charlotte’s Life Changing Lashes eyelash curler and curl the top lashes, before adding a generous coat of Full Fat Lashes mascara.

For the lips, line with the Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat lip liner in Iconic Nude.

Next, use Latex Love liquid lipstick in Belle Du Soir to fill in the lips for a gorgeous, kissable pout.

Finish off by contouring the face with the iconic Filmstar Bronze & Glow contour and highlight palette. Sculpt and contour under the cheekbones and down the side of the nose, and add highlighter to the top of the cheekbones for a gorgeous glow.