How To | Step by Step
I began prepping for this look by applying the Lorac Behind The Scenes Eye Primer all over my lids. For the transition shade in my crease, I applied Mauve from the Lorac Pro Palette, which is a light matte taupe. As usual, I used the Sigma E25 for this step.
Further down in the crease, I used the Zoeva Petit Crease Brush to apply Taupe from the same palette, which is more of a medium warm brown. I blended the two crease colors together with the Sigma E40.
All over the lids, I applied Sable, a darker warm brown from the Lorac Pro Palette. I also brought the shade up into the crease just a bit to help blend it with Taupe.
I used the same crease shades to add some definition to the lower lashline. With the Zoeva Smudger Brush, I applied Sable right below the waterline. I took Taupe on the Petit Crease Brush to blend out the color. On the Zoeva Defined Crease Brush, I also took a bit of Mauve to finish blending out the eye shadows.
As usual, I lined my eyes and winged out my liner with the Inglot Liner Gel in 77. This time I used the Zoeva Detail Liner Brush. I find that a thicker wing suits my eyes better, but this eye shadow would look just as nice with a thin wing. I highlighted my inner corners and below my brow bone with Cream, also from the Pro Palette.
I curled my lashes and applied the Maybelline the Colossal Cat Eyes Mascara and the Wet N Wild Mega Volume Mascara to my top and bottom lashes to complete the eye look.