Hello my lovelies!
With fall coming to an end soon, I’ve been totally feeling oranges and browns. While this look is very easy to achieve, I love the gradient of colors, giving the eyeshadow a “sunset” appearance.
Let’s get started:
- Prime the eyelids and set with Shadow number one.
- On a large fluffy brush, take shade number two and distribute throughout the middle and upper crease. This is our transition shade, so be sure that this shadow is blended nicely.
- Mixing Shades three and four, place this with a flat shader brush on the outer corner. Blend out any harsh edges with a small blending brush.
- If the gradient seems a little muddy, go back in with shade one on a flat brush and lightly redefine the first third of the lid. This is NOT a cut crease, blend out any harsh edges that shade one may create.
- Take your favorite Liquid or gel eyeliner and create a small but thick wing, whatever suits your eye shape best!
- We’re leaving the lower lashline bare today for some added brightness.
- Curl and coat your lashes to Jesus, add falsies if you’d like.
That’s all I have for you guys today. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe, it means a lot to me. Also don’t forget to have a lovely Friday.
Morphe 35O palette
Kat Von D Tattoo Liner “Trooper”
Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Mascara
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