Although it's not cold where I live quite yet, fall is coming and I love red violet shades during this time! I recently got the Sleek iDivine Palette in Vintage Romance and since it focuses on red violet shades, I thought that this look would be perfect! To see my review, photos and swatches of this palette, click HERE.
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I started off the look (after primer of course) by applying the warm, matte brown (Propose in Prague) into the crease with a Sigma E25 blending brush. I applied it all the way from the outer to the inner corner of my eyes and I also applies it under my eyes with a Coastal Scents pencil brush. I also used a Coastal Scents detail brush and a white from the Lorac AfterGLO palette to highlight the inner corner of my eyes.
I used two different colors for my crease. With a Coastal Scents crease brush, I applied a semi-matte red violet (A Vow in Venice) all over the crease. I used a darker red violet (Forever in Florence) with the Sigma E47 just on the outer corner to add depth. I used the same darker red violet shade and a Sephora flat liner brush to apply it right under the waterline.
I used four different shades from the Vintage Romance palette on the lid. On the very inner corner I used the metallic silver, Pretty in Paris. On the outer corner I used a shimmery red violet, Marry in Monte Carlo. Next to the red violet I used a metallic golden brown, Lust in LA and I used a metallic gold, Meet in Madrid in between the brown and the silver. I also touched up the brown in the crease a bit and blended it out with the Sigma E40.
I wanted to keep this look more wearable, so I didn't use my typical liquid liner. Instead, I used a black shadow, Love in London, to add a very subtle line to the top lashline. I used the Nyx Wonder Pencil in the waterline and used the Urban Decay Perversion Mascara and the CK One Mascara on my top and bottom lashes.