A simple bronze eye shadow look teamed with a bit of purple and blue. This post is part of a series of posts on how to do eye makeup by Zuri.
To see the previous posts in this series, just follow these links: 4 tips on how to apply eye kajal, How to do eye makeup with only kajal, How to remove kajal from eyes, Tips to make eyes look bigger using makeup, How to apply mascara without smudging, How to do eye makeup step by step.
Follow these easy steps to achieve this eye makeup look—
Products used —
I finished my face makeup in the beginning itself as I did not expect the eye shadow to fall onto my skin. I sprayed some Body Shop Vitamin C Face Spritz to hydrate my skin. Then as a foundation I applied MAC Studio fix fluid in NC37 and concealed my under eyes with the help of Kryolan concealer in FS22. I set all of this with the Studio Fix powder+foundation in the shade NC41. To shape my face a little bit, I contoured using the Inglot Pressed Powder and added a hint of peach with the MAC Tartan Tale (limited edition) blush.
Step 1: I began the eye makeup by applying an eye shadow base (Maybelline Color Tattoo in Fierce & Tangy) all over the eyelid up until the brow bone area. I also applied some of the base on the lower lash line as I was going to use different colors over there too.
Step 2: Next, with a flat shader brush I applied a bronze shadow (Shade no.1) all over the eyelid (not going above the crease) and blended well.
Step 3: With a fluffy dome shade brush, I contoured a matte black shadow (Shade no.2) on the outer 3/4th portion of the eye and blended half way into the crease line.
Step 5: To highlight my brow bone I used a shimmer-pearl color (Shade no.4).
Step 6: I lined my waterline with black kajal (Faces solid black).
Step 7: And with the help of a liquid liner (Sephora Noir Black) I applied an eyeliner on the upper lash line. I did not add a very long wing to it but if you’d like to, please feel free to do so.
Step 8: Then I curled my lashes with an eyelash curler (Inglot) and applied mascara (Chanel) on my upper and lower lashes.
Step 9: Finally, to bring in a ‘fun’ element to the look, on the lower lash line I applied a purple eye shadow (Shade no.5) on the outer corner, a light blue in the middle (Shade no.6) and a shimmery white color (Shade no.4) in the inner tear duct area and blended all the colors together.
Step 10: I then filled in my eyebrows (Shade no.7) and this added a structure and shape to the face.
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