See? I love this look because you can wear it for so many things. It's natural enough to wear during the day but can always be wore at night. Whenever I wear it, I always get compliments.
Here are the products I used to complete this look:
Seen above: Brushes --Tokidoki Mozzarella Eyeshadow Brush, Tokidoki Adios Amigos Crease Brush, Sigma E25 Blending Brush & Bdellium tools eye 780, Too Faced Shadow Insurance & Make Up For Ever Black Liquid Eyeliner #13
Seen above: Urban Decay's Naked Palette, MAC Pigment in Shimmer Time. Can you tell Urban Decay's Sin is one of my favorite shadows? The pan is EMPTY. I definitely need a refill. Till then I've been using MAC's pigment Shimmer Time instead. I got this pigment in a set two holidays ago.
Seen above: Shu Uemura's Eyelash Curler, Urban Decay Lush Lash Mascara, Hourglass Film Noir Lash Lacquer, NYX Cosmetics Jumbo Eye Pencil in Cottage Cheese
This look is super easy to do! Here are the steps below:
Step 1: Apply Too Faced Primer all over the lid
Step 2: Apply Urban Decay's Virgin on the inner corner of the lid.
Step 3: Apply MAC's Shimmer Time Pigment to middle of lid
Step 4: Blend Urban Decay's Smog & Darkhouse mixed into outer corner and slightly in crease
Step 5: Blend Urban Decay's Virgin under brow
Step 6: Blend all colors together for a finished look
Step 7: Using a smaller brush place Urban Decay's Smog on the outer bottom lash of eye
Step 8: Using the same brush place Urban Decay's Virgin on the inner bottom lash of eye
Step 9: Line your upper lid with Make Up For Ever Black Liquid Liner #13
Step 10: Curl your lashes with Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler
Step 11: Coat your lashes with Urban Decay's Lush Lash Mascara
Step 12: Use Hourglass Film Noir Lash Lacquer on the tips of eyelashes
Step 13: Line your inner rim with NYX Cosmetics Jumbo Eye Pencil in Cottage Cheese
& you're set and ready to go. Woo hoo. I've been trying all kinds of different natural eyes lately... definitely taking inspiration from some of my favorite celebrities:
Who are your favorite celebrity makeup inspirations?