How To | Step by Step
After priming my lids with the Lorac Behind The Scenes Primer, I used the Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush to apply Makeup Geek Peach Smoothie as my transition color. The color didn't show up too much in the finished look, but it did really help me blend my other crease color.
In the crease and on the outer corner of my lids, I used Cool Grey from the Lorac Pro Palette 2. To apply it in the crease, I used the Zoeva Luxe Defined Crease Brush. As always, I blended out the crease with the Sigma E40.
On the inner half of my lids, I packed on the Inglot Shadow in #470, which is a bright pastel peach. To blend the peach and the cool grey shades, I used Nectar, which is also from the Pro Palette 2.
For the lashline, I used the same shadows from the lids. On a Sephora flat liner brush, I applied Cool Grey right below the waterline. To blend out the shadow, I used Nectar on a Sigma E47.
I strayed from my typical white or ivory highlight and tried out a beige instead. With the Zoeva Detail Brush, I applied Buff from the Lorac Pro Palette 2 right in the inner corners. For a bit of a pop of color, I applied a bit of yellow on the inner half of the lashline, but this of course is optional. The yellow I used is from the Sleek Ultra Mattes V1 Brights iDivine Palette.
To finish off the eye look, I applied the Maybelline the Colossal Cat Eyes Mascara and the Jordana Best Lash Extreme Mascara to the top and bottom eye lashes.