Eye Make Up Tutorial: Burgundy Glitter
To start, I have already done my face makeup. I will quickly go over what I used. First I primed my face using the LuRey Foundation Primer. After I let the primer sink in about 5 minutes I mixed up my foundation. Right now im using the Maybelline Matte Poreless Foundation in the shade Porecelain and mixing it in with the Covergirl Outlast Stay Fabulous Foundation in the shade Buff Beige. I mix them together equally and blend it in using a Real Techniques Sponge. I then go in with my Instant Age Rewind Concealer in the shade Fair and blend it under my eyes, forhead, and chin. For powder, i have been using the NYC Smooth Skin Powder. I also used the N.Y.C. New York Color Sun'n'Bronze Bronzing Powder and the Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush Peaceful 0.2 oz by Eye Makeup. Lastly, i used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit - Sun Dipped by Anastasia Beverly Hills to add
a nice glow to my cheekbones and nose. Now on to the eyes!
Here is For the eye look I started off with the light beige shade in the Smashbox Cosmetics Double Exposure Eye Shadow Palette.
Next, I took the Burgundy Matte shade from the Smashbox Cosmetics Double Exposure Eye Shadow Palette and blended it into my crease lightly. I did go back in and add more slowly. I didn't not want to add too much.
After I blended it all out I took the Stila Magnificent Metals Liquid Eyeshadow in Kitten Karma and tapped it on my the inner 1/3 of the eyelid. I again, repeated until I got my desired look.
PS. If you haven't already read my full review of this liquid eyeshadow check it out here!
Next, I went in with just a little bit more of the burgundy shade to blend any harsh edges. I think to an angled liner brush and created a soft shadow wing using the black eyeshadow included in the
pallette. I loved how this soft wing still brought attention but
I topped everything off with my Cover Girl Total Tease Mascara the shade Very Black 800.
I love how easy this eye look was! Its great for events, parties, or just every day ;)
If you want to know what equipment I used to take these photographs check out my Go To Photography Equipment post. Also stay tuned and subscribe in the upcoming weeks for my Photography Guide: Manual Mode series. If you subscribe you get to be notified when I post!