Any shadows that I didn't specify what brand or what palette it is from is from the Smashbox Double Exposure Palette. To see my full review and swatches of the palette, click HERE.
How To | Step by Step
After using the Elf Eyelid Primer to prime my lids, I applied a light brown (Clay from the Stila In The Know Palette) all over the crease with a Sigma E25 as a transition shade.
With the same E25 brush, I used a matte red violet (Fig) all over the crease. Using the same shadow, I went in with a smaller crease brush from Coastal Scents to deepen up the crease, focusing it mainly on the outer half. I blended out Fig with the Sigma E40 brush.
To add more sparkle to the lid, I started off with a base of the Sephora Jumbo Liner in Pink Glitter. I just applied it straight from the product to my lids.
With a shader brush from Coastal Scents, I applied Flushed, a shimmery rose, all over the lid. To add a bit more dimension to the look, I applied Quartz, the rose gold, just on the center of the lids.
To add definition to the lower lashline, I used a flat liner brush from Sephora and Fig directly below the waterline. I also used a bit of the shadow on a Sigma E47 to blend out the color.
I used a light rose gold liner, L'Oreal Silkissimee in Highlight, to my waterline, but it didn't really make a difference even though I built it up. This look would look best with either a nude or brown liner in the waterline. I applied the Nyx Crystal Liner in Crystal Hip all over the lids to add more sparkle. To complete the look, I applied the Jordana Best Lash Extreme Mascara.