Products & Brushes Used
bareMinerals Ready Foundation in Medium, Sleek iDivine in Showstopper, Wet N Wild Mega Volume Mascara, Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk, Maybelline The Rocket Mascara, Wet N Wild Mega Protein Mascara & Sephora Brow Editor in Honey Blonde.
I will reference the brushes by number in the how-to. From left to right: Coastal Scents Flat Buffer (1), Elf Brow Comb (2), Coastal Scents Small Angled Liner (3), Coastal Scents Brow (4), Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush (5), Sigma E40 (6), Sigma E37 (7), Coastal Scents Dome Shadow (8), Coastal Scents Dome Blender (9) & Real Techniques Accent Brush (10).
Step by Step How To
I started off the look by applying a bright coral shadow all over my crease, using brush 8. It looks a little crazy now, but it will look much better when its blended out. I didn't, but you could apply an eye primer beforehand.
Next I applied the lid color which is a shimmery cool grey-blue. I used brush 9 to pack on the color all over my lids.
Next I used brush 6 and a small amount of a matte ivory shadow to blend out the coral crease color. Then I used brush 7 to apply a matte navy shadow directly in my crease. The color is pretty similar to the blue-grey on the lids, so it isn't super noticeable, but adds more definition. I also used a shimmery white shadow as a inner corner highlight with brush 8.
For under the eyes, I used brush 4 and a mix of the blue-grey and navy shadows to create a soft line about half way on my lower lashline. If you choose to wear this look at night, I would suggest using a black liner in the waterline, but I chose white. Next, I used my finger to apply a small amount of the same shimmery white shadow in the middle of the lid.
I finished off the eye look with mascara on the top and bottom lashes. I lightly filled in my brows and also used concealer and a powder foundation to even out my skin.