Makeup Look: Warm Browns
Hi, guys! Today's look is another experimental look for me. It's a warm brown look that I think is perfect for night-time, a nice date out to dinner, or even if you're just a girl that likes to wear darker makeup during the day (like me)! I haven't touched brown eyeshadow in years, but I'm really trying to test out new looks! I told myself I was not allowed to touch any of my favorite purple hues for this look, which was a challenge! As with my last post, this look was totally experimental for me so the order that I applied my eyeshadow may not make a lot of sense, but I'll list exactly what I did. I hope you all enjoy! :)
Face: (applied in this order)
Morphe Brushes 35P Palette :
Morphe Brushes 35N Palette:
Tarte Tartelette in Bloom Clay Eyeshadow Palette (see above for link):
To prime my eyelids, I used the NARS concealer (mentioned above).
All over lid: 35P top left corner shade.
In crease: 35P bottom left corner shade; 35N 3rd row, 5th from the left shade (right over first color); 35N 2nd row, middle shade (a bit higher); 35N 1st row, 3rd from the left shade (to blend out any harsh lines). After each of the first and second colors, I thought to myself, "I want it to look more orangey," which is why I used so many colors.
Entire lid (under crease): 35P 3rd row, 2nd from left shade.
Outer corner: 35P bottom row, 3rd from left shade (applied at the very outer corner and blended inward).
Middle of lid: Tartelette in Bloom: firecracker.
Inner corner: 35P 2nd row, 1st from the left shade.
Lower lash line: 35N bottom row, 3rd from left shade; Tartelette in Bloom: firecracker.
MAC Fluidline Eye Pencil (water line) | MAC
Drugstore lashes from somewhere in Japan
That's all for this look! I hope you all enjoyed it. I still need to get on that lipstick game to really pull the entire look together. And I also want to try incorporating more shimmery shadows! I've always been a matte shadow girl, but I think I could use some sparkle in my life. What do you think?
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