This is a very simple look with a pale copper shimmery shade on the lid and matte plums and purples in the crease. It is a soft look, but my camera washes it out a bit. (Stating I’m a novice at photography is an understatement!! ) I didn’t want to apply my makeup too heavy for the camera because I was just leaving the house for an appointment.
|Eyebrows:||Anastasia Brow Pencil – Dark Brown|
|Primer:||Nars Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base|
|Base:||Mac Painterly Paint Pot|
|Highlighter:||Mac Manilla Paper|
|Upper Crease:||Mac Tete-A-Tint|
|Outer V:||Makeup Forever #39 and Sugerpill Poison Plum|
|Inner Two Thirds:||Mac Aztec Brick|
|Upper Lashline:||Urban Decay Crash|
|Lower Lashline:||Urban Decay Underground|
|Mascara:||Covergirl Lash Blast Volume|
|Lash Primer:||MAC Prep and Prime Lash|
|Foundation:||Everyday Minerals in Toffee|
|Contour:||Everyday Minerals in Bronzed Tan|
|Blush:||NARS Dolce Vita
Tete-A-Tint is applied on the brow bone up to the brow. My highlighter s applied lightly with Haux defining the crease. I mix MUFE 39 and Poison Plum together to further define my crease, but I don’t completely cover up Haux. Aztec Brick is applied on the lid and blended up and out to the crease and outer-third of the lid. Aztec Brick was part of a Limited Edition MAC quad that I depotted. Any copper color will do. If your copper is too red, mix it with a gold shade.