Fall Makeup Tutorial | Bronze Eyes & Berry Lips

This is the first of several fall looks that I am planning on showing all of you. This look includes bronze eyes and berry colored lips which is a popular trend for this fall. I highly recommend the lipstick I used in this video, MAC "Rebel" lipstick. It is the perfect jewel-toned plum/berry color and I am absolutely loving it at the moment. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel and give this video a thumbs up if you liked it! 

Bronze Smoked Out Cut-Crease Tutorial

This tutorial shows one of my favorite looks to wear when going out to a club/bar or a concert! I finally caved and bought the gorgeous eyeshadow I have been lusting over for ages, MAC's Deeply Dashing. It is a stunning cool, ashy brown color with fine silver glitters. It looks incredible applied dry or wet and gives the most amazing wet/dewy effect when applied on top of a MAC Creme Color Base.
 For a nice contrast, I used a warm orange-toned brown, MAC Soft Brown, in the crease. For extra impact, I applied a matte black color, MAC Carbon, in the outer half of the crease in a softer version of the "cut-crease" technique
Enjoy! <3

Summer Bronze Eyeshadow Tutorial!

This is a bronze eyeshadow look that I have loved wearing during the summer nights. It really makes the eyes pop and is even light enough to wear for day time. 

In this tutorial, I will take you step by step to show you how I did this look and include a list of the products used. 

Products Used:
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Step 1:

Prime the eye lid with an eyeshadow primer. This will make sure that the eyeshadows you use stay put all night/day long and don't crease. I used the ELF Eyeshadow primer

Step 2: 

Cover the eye-lid with a metallic medium brown cream eyeshadow just up to the crease of your eye. This lays down a base of color that will make the eyeshadows in the next step appear more rich and deep with color. It will also help the eyeshadows to adhere to your eye-lid better. I used NYX Jumbo Pencil in "Iced Mocha".

Step 3: 

Use a brush or your finger to apply a golden/bronze shade to the center of the lid. I used Urban Decay Eyeshadow in "Half Baked".

Step 4: 

Use the excess golden/bronze eyeshadow on the same brush or finger and apply the color in sweeping motions (like a wind-shield wiper) in the crease of your eye. The color should be softer than it is in the center of the lid. 

Then, apply a dark brown shade in the outer corner of the eye, extending upwards to the outer corner of your crease. Use a clean brush or finger to blend the product so that there are no harsh lines. I used L'Oreal HIP Eyeshadow Duo in "Saucy" and used the Dark Brown shade.

After that, mix the golden/bronze shade and the dark brown shade of eyeshadow together on a finger or brush and apply to the outer corner of the lower lash line. Blend it upwards so that it connects with the eyeshadow on the upper lash line.

Step 5: 

Apply a black liquid eyeliner to the upper lash line of your eye and wing it out slightly at the outer corner. I used "DiorLiner" liquid eyeliner in Black. 

Then, take a shimmery vanilla shade of eyeshadow and apply underneath the brow-bone and in the inner corner of the eye close to the tear-duct. This will make your eyes appear brighter and larger and will accentuate the natural curve of your brow. I used Urban Decay Eyeshadow in "Virgin"

Step 6: 

Apply mascara to the upper and lower lash line. I used CARGO Texas Lash Mascara in Black.

The finished look:

What has been your favorite eye look for the summer?