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As always, I began this look by priming my lids with the Elf Eyelid Primer. I also used a thin layer of the Sephora Jumbo Liner in Purple Glitter. I applied the product straight to my lids and lightly patted it in with my finger. This doesn't need to be perfect, since shadows will be on top of it.
I used two different shadows for the transition shade in the crease. I started off by applying Makeup Geek Peach Smoothie (a matte light peach) all over the crease with the Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush. With a Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush, I applied Makeup Geek Country Girl (a medium neutral cranberry) right in the crease, from inner to outer corner. I used a clean Sigma E40 to blend the colors together.
To darken up the crease I used yet another Makeup Geek shadow, Bitten (a dark matte cranberry). I used a small crease brush from Coastal scents and focused this shade mainly on the outer half of my crease. I used a clean Sigma E25 to blend all three crease colors together.
I always like to use the same colors on the lower lashline that I used in the crease to really pull the look together. I first applied Bitten with a Sephora flat liner brush, right up against the waterline. Next, I used Country Girl on a Sigma E37 to blend out the edges of Bitten. Lastly I used the same brush and Peach Smoothie to blend the cranberry colors out.
To turn the sparkly medium purple into a silvery lilac, I used the L'Oreal Infallible Shadow in Liquid Diamond (a metallic cool grey). I find these shadows apply best without a brush, so I packed the shadow onto my lids with my finger. I also used Inglot #318 (a matte white) under the brows and in the inner corner of my eyes with a Coastal Scents detail brush.
I wanted to keep the liner pretty thin for this look since it involves some color. I used the Inglot AMC Eyeliner Gel in 17 and a Real Techniques Silicone Liner brush to line my lids. I also used a Coastal Scents Angled Liner Brush and a black shadow to set the liner and make sure the line was clean. I also used the Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk to line my waterline.
To complete the look I applied mascara to my top and bottom lashes. I used one coat of Benefit They're Real and one coat of the CK One mascara on both the top and bottom lashes.