Chloe Sims rocks gorgeous purple eyeshadow and we want her look!

Published Monday, Aug 17 2015, 02:20 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Chloe Sims got us all excited about her forthcoming make-up vlog this weekend when she posted a gorgeous montage of purple eyeshadow pics on Sunday (16 August).

The sexy TOWIE lady has been busy Instagramming lots of make-up selfies over the last few weeks as she prepares to launch her new vlog for her beauty salon, Chloe's Beauty Bar in Brentwood, Essex.

Chloe Sims rocks gorgeous purple eyeshadow, 16 August, 2015

© Instagram / @chloe_simsstarship

"Getting really excited now #make #up #vlog details coming soon..." Chloe posted, along with these snaps of this gorgeous beauty look complete with sultry purple eyes, contoured cheeks and nude, matte lips.

(ps: Fabulous hair, too!)

Chloe, who's been enjoying life as a platinum blonde this summer, is clearly a dab hand with a make-up brush and we can't wait for her to show us exactly how she creates her super-glam looks when her vlog launches.

And in the meantime, we're sooo copying this gorgeous eye make-up because purple is not only a great summer-into-autumn colour, but it literally suits every skin tone and eye colour so you can't go wrong!

To copy Chloe's make-up, first apply a gorgeously rich, purple eyeshadow over each eyelid, to just above the socket line. Then use a thin brush to take the same colour underneath your bottom lashes.

Next, blend a paler shade above each socket line and in the inner corners of each eye to brighten and widen your eyes. We love Gosh Eyeshadow Quattro in Purple, £7.99, which comes with four fabulous shades for perfect blending.

Gosh Eyeshadow Quattro in Purple

Gosh Eyeshadow Quattro in Purple, £7.99,

Max Factor Masterpiece Glide & Define Liquid Eye Liner

Max Factor Glide & Define in Black, £6.99,

When your eyeshadow is complete, apply black liquid liner (try Max Factor Masterpiece Glide & Define Liquid Eye Liner in Black, £6.99, above your top lashline.

Apply it as close to the lashes as possible, starting at the middle of each eye and working to the outer corners. Then finish each line by starting at the inner corners and stroking the colour towards the middle. By lining in sections, you'll get a much more even, professional result – promise.

Finish with purple eyeliner in the waterline of each eye – we love MAC Cosmetics Isabel And Ruben Toledo Intense Eyeliner in Designer Purple, £17, – then apply plenty of all-important black mascara on both your top AND bottom lashes.

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