Reds and maroon shades are not easy colors when it comes to makeup. These can definitely make anybody look unflattering as well as make your eyes look tired.
I confess that I always was afraid that color. I reach for it very rarely.
But I decided that I would try to impose it on the entire eyelid. I did not like the effect at the beginning.
I changed my mind when I added a black liner and a little bit of brown. This shows that any color can look good.
You just have to make some small tweaks to make the look suit you.
- Apply maroon eyeshadow to the the entire eyelid.
- Apply orange eyeshadow to the crease. Blend it well with the maroon shade.
- Using a beige eyeshadow, gently blend the upper edges of the eyeshadows. Apply a sparkling beige eyeshadow to the inner corner of the lid.
- Emphasize the lower lashline: Apply brown eyeshadow to the outer lower lashline and beige eyeshadow to the inner lower lashline. Apply a little bit of white in the inner corner.
- Fill in the eyebrows to frame the eyes. Line your upper lashline with black eyeliner.
- Finish the look with black mascara.
FULL PRODUCT LIST:
- Foundation Revlon Colorstay 110 ivory
- Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage Rainbow #2
- Korres Compact Powder Brightering Flawless Finish #WRP1
- Diorskin Nude Tan Sun Powder #003
- Glazel Eyeshadows: white, orange, brown, beige, maroon
- Inglot Brow Powder #567
- Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner #01 Black
- Eveline Mascara Black
- IsaDora Multi Vitamin Gloss #32 Rospberry
COMMENT BELOW: What colors do you find difficult when applying makeup?
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My first attempt at makeup was at the age of 15. Like every young girl, I wanted to look pretty, but did not always succeed. READ MORE>>