Bright auburn eyes, the perfect introduction to Autumn tones…
So as I said in my last blog post, I plan to upload a few Autumn makeup looks to my blog throughout the coming weeks. Though this one is probably a bit earlier than planned, I’ve been meaning to upload a new makeup look for a while now, so yesterday I just decided to go for it and throw something together. I used the Morphe 35O Eyeshadow Palette for this look, which I love, especially for this time of the year. I went for something a bit different to the usual and opted for a bright orange/auburn eye that I think looks lovely paired with a dark berry lip. This look is a gorgeous one for all occasions and would also look fab with some winged liner! It’s a super easy look to do, here’s what I used:
On my brows I used my NYX Tame & Frame Brow Pomade in Brunette and my Essence Make Me Brow Gel to hold the hairs in place.
I primed my eyes with the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion.
To highlight my brow bone, I used the second shade along from the top row, with a tiny bit of the third shade along. The more glittery shade just adds a pop of shimmer to really bring out the highlight.
Crease & Lower Lash Line
I went in with this light caramel shade from the third row down and applied it into my crease and blended it all over. I also applied it under my lower lash line.
Outer V & Lower Lash Line
I used the fourth shade along from the third row down, which is a deep warm brown, in my outer V to get a smoked out effect as well as to deepen my crease. I also slightly darkened my lower lash line with it too.
I then applied this gorgeous deep glittery orange shade from the bottom row all over my lid and blended it all together to get a seamless finish.
From the third row down, six along, I used this light glittery pink shade to highlight the inner corners of my eyes. It’s so so pretty and gives the most gorgeous glow.
Left to Right: Brow Bone Highlights, Crease & Outer V, Lid & Inner Corner Shades.
And that’s all I did for this look, so quick & simple! Let me know if you’ve used this palette and done anything similar 🙂