Ravenclaw Inspired Makeup Tutorial!! // Harry Potter Series Pt. 4

Hello and welcome to another blog post! Today I am so excited to share with you the fourth and final part to my Harry Potter Inspired Makeup Series! If you haven’t seen the others in the series, I have taken inspiration from the four houses in Hogwarts and created an eyeshadow look for each of them. Today I bring you the conclusion with the last house on the list, and that is Ravenclaw, so this one is for all the Ravenclaws out there! I will be honest, out of all four houses, this was the hardest eyeshadow look to create because I don’t really play with lots of blue. But I’m super happy how this turned out and really proud of it, so if you would like to see how I created this Ravenclaw Inspired makeup look just keep on reading!

1. Base Already Done

I already have my base done, so my moisturizer, primer, foundation, concealer, powder, bronzer, blush, brows and eye base on. If you want to know what products I used, check out my Hufflepuff or Slytherin makeup tutorial.

2. Starting the Crease

To start the eye look, I am going into the Morphe 35B Palette and going into the dark blue and blending that in the crease on the wet base.

3. Blend in Black in Crease

To darken the blue I am adding the black from the 35B Palette and blending it in my crease on top of the dark blue.

4. Start on lids

Then I am going back with the dark blue color and with a smaller denser brush I am patting the color on the outer and inner parts of my lid. It’s ok if there’s no color on the middle of the lid, we are covering it up anyways.

5. Deepen Outer Lid

Just like the crease I am taking the black color and deepening the outer parts of my lid by blending it to the dark blue.

6. Cut out the Middle of the Lid

Grabbing my Colourpop No Filter Concealer and my Flat Shader brush from Bodyography Pro I am cutting out the middle of my crease, like you would for a halo eye type of look.

7. Blur Edges

To blur the edges of the cut I am patting on the dark blue with that same small dense brush…

8. Touch up Outer Lid

… and touching out the outer part of my lid with the black color.

9. Add Color to the Middle

To add sparkle to this look I am spraying my brush with Fix Plus and then going in with this Tarte Chrome Paint in Top Yacht and applying it where I put the concealer.

10. Add Color to Lower Lash Line

Moving to my lower lash line, I am using the dark blue color from the 35B palette and smoking it out on my lower lash line, then taking the black color and smoking it out on top to match my lids.

11. Add Lashes

I am using a pair from Morphe in the style Posh…

12. Add Mascara

…and using my favorite mascara which is Benefit’s Roller Lash to blend my top lashes and add mascara to my bottom lashes.

13. Add Highlighter

Then I am going in with the Anastasia Beverly Hills X Amrezy Highlighter and highlighting my brow bone, inner tear drop and the high points of my face, but are you really surprised that I am using this highlighter?

14. Add Lipstick

I just got this set of mini lipsticks from Ulta and wanted to try one right away so for lips I am using one of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipstick in Kiss all over my lips…

15. Add Lip Gloss

…and adding the Fenty Beauty Lip Bomb in Fenty Glow on top of the lipstick.

16. Setting Spray and done!

Spray your face with setting spray, fix that hair and you are completed with this makeup look!


I hope you enjoyed this Ravenclaw inspired makeup tutorial as much as I did create it! Like I said before, this was the hardest out of the four houses to create a look, but I am so proud of how it turned out! I can’t believe this little series is complete! I had so much fun creating each of these looks and being able to play with color more! This definitely won’t be the last series I do, and may already be brainstorming for the next series! Let me know in the comments below what you thought of this look as well as ideas for new blog ideas, you know I am always up for new ideas! As always, thank you so much for reading and I will see you in the next post!

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