Saturday, August 1, 2015

Easy Bronze Summer Eye Makeup Tutorial

Sorry for the lack of posts lately! I was holding my laptop and and my dog jumped into my lap causing it to fly across the room. My posts will be a little slow over the next two weeks, but luckily this tutorial has been sitting in my drafts for a few weeks! I hope you enjoy!




Step 1: Apply a shimmery brown eyeshadow base to the eyelid area.


Step 2: Place a gold eyeshadow on the inner half of the eyelid. Then blend a medium brown eyeshadow into the crease of the eye, and highlight the browbone with a cream colored eyeshadow.


Step 3: Place a shimmery copper shade on the outer half of the eye. Then place a deep brown shade in the outer corner of the eye.


Step 4: Take a fluffy blending brush and make sure all of the colors blend into eachother seamlessly, especially at the outer corner and the crease.


Step 5: Finish the look with eyeliner (the wing is optional and can be toned down depending on the occasion), and a volumizing mascara!




Products Used

Eyes: 
-Maybelline Bad to the Bronze Color Tattoo
-Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette
-Rimmel Black Eyeliner
-Mary Kay Gel Eyeliner
-Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara

Face:
-It Cosmetics Celebration Foundation
-Amazing Cosmetics Amazing Concealer
-2nd Love Cosmetics Quick Stick Cream Blush in Lavish
-Colour Pop Super Shock Cheek Color in Avalon
-Mary Kay Brow Gel

Lips:
-2nd Love Cosmetics Luxe Lace Lipstick in Royalty

I hope you all enjoyed this look! My computer should be fixed within the next week, so I'll be back to posting regularly soon!

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful look and I love the lip shade on you!

    Keisha xo
    www.chrysalisgals.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you! I've really been loving that shade for summer!

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  2. Love this! its so hard to do step by step pictuorials, but you rock them!

    Jenan
    http://lavieenmauve-jj.blogspot.ca/2015/08/july-beauty-favourites.html

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    1. Thank you! It took me so long to get better at them! Getting the right angle for each shot can be pretty hard

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