Start recreating this look by prepping up your skin. Wash it well and put on some makeup primer to keep your skin healthy and make your makeup last longer.
I use Trish Mc Evoy
Next, apply foundation and if needed, concealer. This look is very matte so we’d suggest using a foundation with a matte finish. I loved the Chanel Perfection lumiere. If you don’t have one available you can create that matte finish by setting your foundation with powder. How ever, depending on your age this can be aging. The powder settles in the creases. Trust me I know.
The eyebrows for this look are arched well but they’re not exactly well defined, this updates the retro look. You can achieve by taking some eye shadow and applying that to your brows with a brush. Tigi cosmetics make a great brow definers and its moisture proof. Use very light short strokes moving sideways to create that slightly fuzzy effect.
Now it’s time to work on your lids and for this you will need one matte eye shadow in black and the other one in black precision pen is my choice, plus a good blending brush. Tigi and Mac brushes both are excellent choices. To get the very dramatic eyes this look features, start by taking the Precision pen eye liner and applying it quarter in at lash line to the outer corner. Next take the black eye shadow and apply it to the lowest part of your eye lid, taking up about 1/3 of your lids for blend a softening effect. You will see the slight difference between the two types of eye shadows.
Next, take your blending brush and start blending the line of the black eye shadow. This will create the gradation of hue. Line the under eye lid and blend for softness.
For the next step, you will need Vanilla high density shadow. Take a brush and create a line just below your lower lash line in the corner then over the lid, then from the black blended line up to the brows.
If you want a soft version of this look, you can wear it with a lighter shade of matte lipstick with a hint of gloss in the center. It gives you a kissable pout look without looking to sticky.
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