Natural Glow - Everyday Makeup Look
In the past couple of months, this has been my go to eye makeup look. Ever since the cold weather arrived, my skin has been getting more and more pale. I don't self tan, so I had to find other creative ways to make my face look more alive. Last year I went with bold lips; this year I decided to shift the focus to the eyes.
I incorporated 3 different eyeshadow palettes in this look, and then some. I decided to share this look with you anyway because the colours that I used are so neutral that you might already have most of them in your collection. If not, maybe this look can give you an inspiration for a look you can create on your own.
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*I only show you the steps to achieve the eye makeup look. I decided to not go into detail about my face makeup as everyone has their own way of doing that. However, if you want to know what products I used on my face, they are listed below.
I primed my eyes with an eyeshadow primer by Too Faced, followed Mac's paint pot in Painterly, to create a good base for the eyeshadows. I then mixed three eyeshadows by Mac (Haux, Soft Brown, and Brown Script), and applied them on my crease. I did this about three times (applying the shadows and blending them after each time). I then applied the colour Georgia from the Sweet Peach palette by Too Faced and blended it.
I mixed the eyeshadows YDK and Choppers from the Naked 2 palette and applied them all over my lid. I then used a clean fluffy brush on my crease to blend all the eyeshadows I applied so far.
I applied a Super Shock eyeshadow by Colourpop named La La in the center of my lid and blended it outward. I then highlighted my inner corner with Bootycall from the Naked 2 palette by Urban Decay, and applied 3 coats of the Voluminous Lash Paradise mascara by Loreal on my top lashes.
Lastly, I mixed the eyeshadows Luscious, Cobbler, and Bellini from the Sweet Peach palette by Too Faced, and smudged it all along my lower lashline. I then applied one coat of the same mascara used in step 3 on my lower lashes.
Cover Fx Colour Corrector in Peach
It Cosmetics CC Cream in Light
Mac Waterproof Brow Set in Bold Brunette
Cover Fx Illuminator in Sunlight
Mac Blush in Melba
That's it for the look. It was important for me to share with you a look that was relatively easy for you to recreate, and that also looked natural for everyday. Here are a couple pictures of the full makeup look:
I really hope you found this post helpful and inspiring.
Please let me know what you thought about this makeup look in the comments below. I would love to hear your opinions.