I created this eye look using just the Kat Von D MetalMatte Palette. You can find my review and swatches of the palette HERE. Since this style of eye makeup is a halo eye winged out on the corners, I thought that "angel" would be the perfect name for it!
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To get a crisp line--a must with a winged out shadow look--I held up a piece of postacard like material beside my eyes. It's easy to do the same thing with a piece of tape, but I didn't want it in the way of these pictures. I used Suede from the palette as my transition, it's a great crease shade for my skin tone.
Keeping the crisp line, I used Oak, a darker brown right in my crease, blending it out into Suede. To deepen up the outer corners on my eyes, I applied a dark grey: Stone. Of course, I blended Stone out into Oak and Suede as well.
To add the halo aspect of the eye look, I had to darken up the inner portion of my eyes as well. I just went in with Stone on the inner half of my lid and also underneath my eyes.
I highlighted my inner corners using the yellow shade: Feather, just to switch things up, but the palette has an ivory and white shadow as well. I also applied a bit of Feather to the center of my lids. I wanted to keep my look matte, but you could replace Feather with a shimmery shade for a different vibe.
As usual, to finish the look I applied mascara. For this look, I also used the Ardell Double Wispies lashes.