I created this eye look with 4 of the 6 shadows I picked in my Buxom Customizable Eyeshadow Bar Palette. To see my review, photos and swatches of this palette, click HERE.
How To | Step by Step
To create an even base for the look, I applied the Nyx Dark Circle Concealer over my lids and set it with an ivory shadow (not in my Buxom palette). As a transition shade, I applied Designer Or Die all over my crease.
For the crease, I wanted a clean, sharp line for the outer corners, so I held up a thick piece of paper, but you could always use a piece of tape. I first applied some Gimme Gorgeous into the crease and darkened up the outer corner using Filthy Rich.
I didn't pick out a highlight shade for my Buxom palette, so I just used a separate shade, which as usual is Inglot #318.
To subtly incorporate the duochrome shade, No Faux, I applied some of it to the outer portion of my lids, blending it into the crease color. I really like the added dimension that this shadow gives, and it adds the slightest bit of color to the look.
To finish off the shadow, I smoked out the lower lashline a bit with Filthy Rich and Gimme Gorgeous, but I didn't bring the shadow too far down.
I applied the L'Oreal Voluminous Carbon Black mascara to my top and bottom lashes and completed the look with the Ardell 110 lashes.