Tools used: Fluffy crease brush, soft apricot pink matte eye shadow
How to: Start with fresh, product-free lids. Eyelid primer optional at this stage. Dip the fluffy crease brush into a soft apricot pink matte eye shadow color and with back and forth strokes, begin to line the crease and bring it out to the outer corner of the eye. Blend well to avoid harsh lines.
Tools used: Fluffy crease brush, orange-y matte eye shadow
How to: Dip that same fluffy crease brush into the orange-y matte eye shadow color and with back and forth strokes, begin to go over the original crease line with this new, much more pigmented color. Blend both colors extremely well and make sure to cover the inner most corner and outer most corner of the eye.
Tools used: Pointy pencil brush, cream or gold color shimmer eye shadow
How to: Dip the pointy pencil brush into the cream or gold colored eye shadow and go over entire lid. Make the center of the lid extra shimmery by adding extra product or you can even wet the brush, dip it into the shadow and then go over the lid once again.
Tools used: Pointy pencil brush, soft apricot matte eye shadow, soft brown matte eye shadow
How to: Dip pointy pencil brush into the soft apricot matte eye shadow and from outer corner to inner corner on the bottom lash line, apply this soft color in a back and forth motion and be sure to blend well to give it that smokey look. Take that same pointy pencil brush and dip it into a soft brown matte eye shadow color and go over the first color on the bottom lash line. Be sure to blend both very well. You don’t want it looking harsh or messy.
Tools used: Concealer brush, concealer one shade lighter than skin tone
How to: Put a small amount of concealer onto the concealer brush and apply underneath each eye. Drag concealer down toward the mouth and stop at the end of the nose and continue in a v-shape across the cheek toward the ear. The goal is to highlight underneath the eye to brighten the middle of the face and make those eyes pop!
Tools used: Gel eyeliner in black, angle liner brush, faux strip lashes, lash glue, tweezers
How to: Dip angle liner brush into gel eyeliner pot and create a thick wing on the top lid. Put a small amount of lash glue on the length of the strip and with the tweezers attach the lashes to the top lid lash line. Manipulate the lashes as needed to fit your eye. You might also need to cut the strip if it’s too long for your specific eye.
Tools used: mascara
How to: Apply mascara onto bottom lashes for the finishing touch & to make those smokey eyes really pop!
Voila… gorgeous lashes and lids!!