How To | Step by Step
To prep my lids for shadow, I first applied the Nyx Dark Circle Concealer to create an even base. To draw in the line for the cut crease, I used a small brush and Saddle from the Lorac Mega Pro 2 Palette. From the same palette, I used Melon for my transition shade.
Right below the Melon shadow, I applied Burlap, also from the Mega Pro 2. Directly in the crease, I applied Saddle, blending it into the other crease colors.
To clean up the lid space, I applied more of the Nyx concealer all over my lids and I also cleaned up the side of the crease to give a winged out shape. I set this concealer with Porcelain from the same palette. I used the same shade to highlight the inner corner of my eyes just a bit.
For the lower lashline, I just the same Burlap shade that I used in the crease to balance out the eyes. I also applied a thin line using my Sephora Colorproof Liquid Liner in Black.
I applied mascara to my top and bottom lashes and used the Ardell Natural 110 Lashes to finish off the eye look.