You all know I adore warm-toned makeup so I thought I would challenge myself by using cooler tones for this look. I’m obsessed with how this look came out, it would be perfect for any formals or proms coming up or for anyone who loves silver sparkly glam! Another bonus of this look is that all the shadows come from the Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette!
As always I filled in my brows with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in the shade Dark Brown and then I used the Nars Soft Matte Complete Concealer in Vanilla to tidy up around the brows. I then used the shade Thirteen to set my lids in place and then I used the shade Combust to act as the transition shade, I buffed this just above my crease and layered it a few times to build the pigmentation. I then used the shade Password and blended this through the crease (just below Combust) again I layered this a few times to build pigmentation. I also packed this shade over the outer two-thirds of the lid to help deepen this area.
I then went on to the shade Dagger, again I blended this through the crease, but not as close to the inner corner as before. I then took this shade over the outer third of the lid and made sure to blend well with the shade Password for a seamless transition. To further deepen the outer corner I applied the shade Black Market with a pencil brush and blended it with the previous brush.
If you are finding it difficult to blend try working through the previous shades you have applied with the brush you used to apply it, this will help create a seamless blend.
To create my winged liner I used the Kat Von D Ink Liner in Trooper and then tight-lined using the Sephora Collection Waterproof Eye Pencil in Black. For the lower lashline, I first used the shade Password and then darkened it with Dagger before smudging along the lower lashline with Black Market. I then applied some mascara and Eylure Lashes in the style 117.
For the lips I applied Lola Make up Cherry Lip Liner, then Lola Makeup Merry Berry Lipstick to the outer portion of my lips. To enhance the ombre further I tapped some highlight on the centre of my lips and used a lip brush to blend.
I just created a YouTube Video for this foundation routine, watch it here!
For my foundation routine, check out the All About That Base post.
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