Under 10 Minutes Glam Warm Toned Brown Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial
*Becca Beach Tint Shimmer Soufflé, Guava/Moonstone
*Urban Decay Naked Illuminated Shimmering Powder, Illuminated
*Milani Color Statement Lipstick, 26 Nude Creme
*Too Faced Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar Pallet: Bon Bon (lid), Peanut Butter (lid, lower lash line, transitional shade), Truffled (inner V), Hot Fudge (lower lash line), Butter Pecan (brow bone, tear ducts)
*Mac Kohl Liner, Smolder
*KoKo Lashes, Goddess (optional)
A TON of eyeshadows were used, however each coincides with each other! For example, without Peanut Butter smoothed through the crease as a transitional shade, Truffled would look completely bizarre. Try not to get too overwhelmed my loves :). First things first, get your brows fully groomed and into tip top shape! It actually DOES NOT matter what brow style you prefer– thick, slim, fuzzy, no brows, everything works for this eyeshadow look. For today I lightly defined my eyebrows using the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in Caramel, no overlining was done, just some definition added to spruce them up! IF you want, you can use a primer for the eyeshadow, however I figured since I brushed over my lids with the concealer this isn’t needed. The first color up happened to be Bon Bon, with a Morphe E22 Pointed Blender I firmly smudged the shade across both my lids followed by Peanut Butter smudged right after onto the exact positioning Bon Bon was applied, the matte rustic hue was then blended up into my crease with fluent side to side motions! For added definition I then took Truffled and with a more defined, fluffier blender M433 Morphe Brush, I took the dark brown into the inner V of my eye with slight circular motions, I tried best to follow the natural creasing of my eye socket for the most natural definition and drama reached. DO NOT BE AFRAID TO BUILD UP PIGMENT!!! If anything, working in layers is your best bet to reviving extremely blended out eyeshadow, take you time this will consume up most of the 10 minutes. Before moving further switch back to your firm pointed blender of choice, in my case the Moprhe E22, and blend Butter Peacan across the brow bones as well inner corners of your eyes! While doing this you should see the crease “smooth” out a tad with a gradience of color achieved :).