Now pick up Hazelnut and and map out your crease. You want to try and follow the round of your natural eye shape.
Now pick up Rasin and shade in a V shape in the outer corner of your lid.
Now using Mahgony darken the crease and corner. Remembering to blend the edges as much as you can with each new application.
Pick up some more Mushroom and use it to blur the edges, just keep blending until you cant see any hard lines.
It’s now time for the metallic shades that will add some dimension to your eyes.
Change over to a Firm Shader Brush.
First pick up Honey. Add it to the inner corner of your lid.
Then pick up Sunrise, and add it to your Middle lid.
Blend them into each other seamlessly. This is just time blending with your brush and adding a little product at a time.
Finally pick up Brown Sugar and add it to the centre and outer part of your lid.
I now use a bigger brush, like a Soft Blend Concealer Brush to blend over the whole eye. This just softens any lines and makes sure the colours blend into each other well.
Now with the Pencil brush again, I just map out my crease with a dark matt shade. This is optional, but I like the added contour it creates to your eye shape. Truffle is a great colour to do this with.
With the Lips I use two matt liquid lipsticks to create a little lip contour to finish the look off. Start with the darker shade (in this case NYX Beauty Mark) and line your lips. Then fill in the centre with the lighter colour (NYX Baby Doll). Using your finger to blend the shades together.
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Bronze Brown Shadows