How To | Step by Step
I first started off by priming my lids with the Lorac Behind The Scenes Eye Primer. For a base on my lids and lower lashline, I applied the Tarte SmolderEYES jumbo liner in Rose Gold, which is pretty much a bronze.
As my transition shade, I used a rosy taupe shadow, Limit from the Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette. I applied the color with a Sigma E25 and blended out the color with a Sigma E40.
To darken up the crease, I used Factory, also from the Naked 3 Palette. Using a Zoeva Luxe Pointed Crease Brush, I focused the color on the outer corner of my eyes and blended it towards the inner corner as well. I went back over both crease colors with a clean Sigma E40 to blend.
I chose a quite different route for my lower lashline in this look. Typically I apply a tiny bit of a dark matte shadow right below my lashline and blend it out with a lighter matte shade. This time, I only used a shimmer shadow to add definition. Using a Coastal Scents Smudger Brush, I took Trick, a shimmery copper from the same palette, and applied it over the base color. I also applied a bit of this shadow on the center of my lids.
As my highlight, I used my go to white shadow, Inglot #418. I used a small bit of the shadow to highlight my brow bone, and quite a bit of the shadow on a Coastal Scents Detailer Brush in the inner corners.
For a subtle pop of color, I lined my waterline with Urban Decay Voodoo 24/7 Glide On Pencil, but you could always use a neutral color. After curling my lashes, I applied the Wet N Wild Mega Volume and the Maybelline the Colossal Cat Eyes Mascara to complete the makeup look.