Today I want to show you a makeup look that can be worn on all occasions.
First of all, it can be worn perfectly for weddings: either for the bride or the guest.
This makeup look is so versatile that it can be worn daily, for example, to work,
or can be worn in the evening for an exquisite dinner.
I've used peach eyeshadow because it can perfectly brighten any look, while the brown eyeshadow adds just enough emphasis without looking over the top. It's the perfect neutral combination to compliment anything and everything!
The black liner polishes up the look and makes it sophisticated enough for both formal and daily wear. Finally, any shade of lipstick can compliment this look! Wear a bold lipcolor for a more dramatic look and a neutral shade, as shown, for a more natural or daytime look!
- Fill in the eyebrows to frame the eyes. Prepare the eyelids. Apply a base for shadows on the entire eyelid. Apply peach eyeshadow to the the entire eyelid.
- Apply brown eyeshadow on the crease and in the outer part of eyelid. Using beige eyeshadow, gently blend the upper edges of the eyeshadows.
- Apply metallic 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.
- Line your upper lashline with black eyeliner.
- Finish the look with black mascara.
FULL PRODUCT LIST:
- Foundation Revlon Colorstay 150 Buff
- Kobo Modeling Illuminator #101
- Kobo Professional Translucent Loose Powder
- Mineral Enhancer #Cool Kiss
- Clinique Fresh Bloom 04 Plum Poppy
- Kobo Eyeshadow Base
- Inglot eyeshadow: peach #312, brown #326
- Mariza eyeshadow: beige
- Isadora eyeshadow #02 Golden Sand
- Inglot Brow Powder #567
- Kobo Intense Pen Eyeliner black
- MaxFactor 2000 Calorie Mascara
- Kobo Lip Care Base #301
- Lipstick Pupa #100 Matt
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Have a nice day!
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About the Author: Joanna
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>>