Here’s a look that’s quite summery.. wont you say? 😉
It uses colors inspired by the season around us – Summer! I have used yellow and different tones and textures of orange.. Also, a hint of brown to achieve this look.. So, let’s get started!
Step 1: Prime your eyelids.. I used NARS eye primer all over my eyelid- you can replace this with any other primer that works for you or no primer if you are lucky to have dry eyelids.. I had already filled in my brows and added concealer to my under eye area at this stage..
Step 2: I added Maybelline color tattoo in fierce & Tangy to the lid area using my ring finger.. I took care about not taking the color into the crease..
Step 3: Next, I added Bamm! shade (Yellow) from Sleek palette Ultra matts V1 on top of the orange that you added in Step 2.. I used a flat shader brush by Sigma (E55 )..
Step 4: I then added Strike (orange) shade from Sleek palette Ultra matts V1 to outer corner and into the crease using the same E55 brush by Sigma..
Blend the orange color above the crease till there are no harsh edges – I used Sigma E25 brush.. Blend, blend, blend.. 🙂
Step 5: Add MAC eyeshadow in Saffron into the crease for added depth.. I used Sephora Pro Precision Crease Brush #17 to add color and Sephora Pro Crease Brush #10 to blend..
Step 6: Add the brown shade (#4) from Avon palette in Sandy corals to add Depth to the crease.. I used the Sephora Pro Crease Brush #10 to blend..
Step 7: Add the cream shade (#1) from Avon palette in Sandy corals to the brow bone as brow highlight..
Step 8: Add Bamm! to inner corner and first half of lower lashline..
Step 9: Add Strike to outer portions of lower lashline..
Step 10: Add Urban Decay ‘Perversion’ eye pencil to both top and bottom waterline..
Step 11: I added Clinique gel liner in ‘true black’ to my top lash line and extended it ever so slightly..
Step 12: I then curled my lashes using Shu Uemura eye lash curler and added Loreal voluminous million lashes mascara to top and bottom lashes..
Voila.. you are done! You can always make this look more glamorous by adding some false lashes..
Here are some pictures of the completed look..
- Indoor lights
- In Natural light..
Note: You can replace the eyeshadows with any similar color you may have.. You do not need to use the exact same colors to achieve a similar look..