Today I wanted to share a beautiful bronzey, smoked out eye makeup look for fall! Follow these 10 steps to learn how to create it.
Step 1: Wash and moisturize your face. I love this face wash, moisturizer and eye cream. My face needs all the hydration it can get in the fall, and these products help my skin feel healthy and glowing.
Step 2: Prime your eyelids. This step is so important and it is often overlooked. If you want your eyeshadow to stay all day without budging, you must do this. I take my favorite concealer and swipe it onto my eyelids and blend it out. Next, I take the lightest color Charmer in the Tartelette in bloom palette with my Bobbi Brown brush and sweep it onto my entire eyelid, from the base to my brow bone. This sets the concealer that we just primed our eyes with.
Step 3: Take the Charlotte Tilbury cream eyeshadow and dab it onto your eyelid with your finger. You just want this on your eyelid, so don’t go past your crease with this color.
Step 4: With your blending brush, take the color Jetsetter from the eye palette and add it to your crease using windshield wiper motions. You are using a lighter color here to build a base for the darker colors that will be going over this color.
Step 5: With the same blending brush you used in step 4, use the color Smarty Pants to go over your crease once again. When you layer similar colors over each other, it creates dimension, which helps make everything look blended and flawless.
Step 6: Take the color Activist on your blending brush, and add it to the outer V of your eyelid. Make sure you do not have too much product on your brush! Tap your brush into the color one time, and then carefully add it to your eyelid. If you do not want a super smoked out eye look, you can skip this step.
Step 7: With your Nars eyeliner pencil, line your upper eyelid. You can do this however thin or thick as you would like.
Step 8: Take your flat definer brush with the color Activist on it, and press the color under your lower lashes. Only take this color from the outer corner about halfway in. Do not take this color all the way to the inner corner or it will close up your eyes and make them look very small.
Step 9: With your pencil brush, take the color Jetsetter and smoke out your entire lower lash line, blending the color you just added in step 8. This creates a super blended and smokey look. I always take a lighter color on my pencil brush and run it along my lower lash line to make sure there are no harsh lines.
Step 10: Add mascara to your top and bottom lashes. If you haven’t done the rest of your face makeup, do that at this time.
Once you have completed all 10 steps, you will have a beautiful fall inspired makeup look! If you have any questions about this tutorial, leave me a comment and I will be sure to help!
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