The lid shade I used in this look may be hard to find. If you can get your hands on it, check it out. The shade is an interesting burnt orange in the pan, but also takes on a golden dark pink hue when applied to my skin. The only drawback is it looks a lot darker in the pan than it applies. You can still get the darker intensity if you pack on the color, but it tends to fade during blending.
I packed on the lid shade a bit to get it to show up in the picture. The drawback to that is a lot fell onto my lashes…oops.
|Eyebrows:||Mac Eye brow Crayon – Spiked|
|Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel – Espresso|
|Primer:||Urban Decay Primer Potion|
|Base:||Mac Coral Crepe Paint Pot|
|Inner Corner:||Mac Paradisco|
|Lid:||Urban Decay Heat|
|Outer Corner:||Mac Carbon|
|Upper Lash Line:||INGLOT Gel Liner #77|
|Lower Lash Line:||Urban Decay 24/7 Liner – Electric|
|Mascara:||Maybelline the Falsies – Very Black|
|Foundation:||Everyday Minerals – Toffee|
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After smoothing on the Primer Potion with my finger, I applied Coral Crepe Paint Pot with a Sigma SS252 onto my lid and blended up a bit past my crease. I blended out the edges using a Mac 217.
Using a Hakuhodo flat shader brush, I patted on Heat all over the lid. I applied Paradisco to the inner corner using the other side of the brush. I also popped a gold shadow to the center of the lid on top of Heat and in my inner corner. I blended in Sketch into my crease using a Louise Young LY38 brush. I darkened the outer corner using Carbon and a Louise Young medium crease brush.
I lined my upper lash line with Inglot’s gel liner with a Mac 263 brush. I wasn’t too thrilled with the look at this point (I rarely plan out blog looks.) To spice up the eye a bit, I used a bright electric blue liner on my lower lash line and lower water line and cleaned up the lower edge with a Q-tip soaked in makeup remover.