A while ago, I created this look and I really liked it and wanted to share with you guys how I did it! I used my Makeup geek Z palette which I have a post on if you want to see the colours more and a review on the shadows themselves.
The products I used were:
• MUG shadows in the shades- ‘White Lies’, ‘Beaches and Cream’, ‘Early Bird’, ‘Morocco’ and ‘Bitten’. You can use the picture below for reference of the shades.
• Models Own Eyeshadow Primer in ‘Matte’.
• Collection Lasting Perfection concealor in ‘001’.
How I did it:
I started off using my primer to set my lids and then placed the shade ‘White Lies’ (first shade, first row), to set everything and give me a very bright, white base. This just means the oranges will stand out and pop.
Then, I used fluffy blender brush with a touch of ‘Beaches and cream’ (third one in first row) and I applied this just above my crease. I used this as my transition shade as there is going to be a lot of controlled blending.
Next, I used a flat blender brush and the shade ‘Early bird’ (second row, fourth one in). Being careful to apply this neatly through my crease without getting it on my lid. Then using ‘Morocco’ (second row, last shade), I do the same yet focusing it on the outer part of the crease.
Nows the tricky bit, I recommend applying your concealer to create the cut crease part using a small detailer brush. Personally I always go with my Real techniques detailer brush, its perfect for this. You need to make sure you pop some of the concealer on the back of your hand and then take small amounts on your little brush, as this will make it easier so that if you look up concealer will not go everywhere.
I made sure I went really slowly and placed the concealer in a neat line against my crease. Then winged it out, but of course this is optional. I then, placed my Models Own primer over the top as this sets matte, which means the concealer will not smudge!!
Now, to make the cut crease more obvious, I used the colour ‘Bitten’ (last row, last shade) with an eyeliner brush and just went over the line to deepen up the look and make it more obvious.
Here is a video of the look:
I hope you enjoyed this look, let me know if you like to see some more eyeshadow looks, as I would be happy to do them!
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