Hope you all are happy and healthy.
This is probably the craziest look I have ever done, with ton of different shades and I tell you its full on! I don't think I would dare to wear this look out, ever. But, I thought this was such a fun thing to do such bold looks, and I am sure there are many of you out there who would love to wear such bold looks. A big thumbs up to you guys. Also, I create such looks just to practice and enhance/ improve skills and tricks.
Products used to create this look:
- Chanel Perfection Lumiere foundation (Review here)
- MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NC 42 for blemishes
- MAC Pro Longwear Concealer in NC42 + Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder #2 under eyes
- Chanel Horizon de Chanel blush (LE, Review here)
- MAC Cream Color Base in Pearl on the high points of my cheeks
- Nars Laguna Bronzer for contouring
- MAC Soft Ochre Paint Pot
- MAC eye shadows: Heritage Rouge Pigment (Pro), MAC Reflects Blackened Red (Pro), Sketch, Brick Red, Rule, Chrome Yellow, Solar White
- MUFE eye shadow #92 and Metal Powder #1 (yellow gold)
- MAC Fix+
- Urban Decay 24/7 eye liner pencil in Zero
- L'oreal Super Liner Pen in Black
- Maybelline the falsies mascara (mine is quite old, hence those lashes look clumpy and not as nice I would want them to)
- Chanel Rouge Allure Flamboyant
Here is the step by step tutorial on how I did the look:
- Step 1: As always primed my lids using MAC Soft Ochre Paint Pot
- Step 2: I started with the crease work with MAC eye shadow in Red Brick using MAC 222 Brush
- Step 3: Mixed MAC eyeshadows Rule and Chrome Yellow on fluffy MAC 224 brush and applied it on the brow bone. Mixing the two colors would create a nice transition.
- Step 4: Created a wedge shade with MAC sketch and then blended it into the crease to create a V shape using MAC 219 brush.
- Step 5: Applied black liner in the inner rim of the eyes. Applied it before smudging eye shadow in the lower lids to get a nice blended look. You will see the effect in the next step.
- Step 6: Smudged MUFE eye shadow #92 under the lower lash line about 2/3rd way in using MAC 219 pencil brush connecting with Sketch eye shadow in the outer V.
- Step 9: This is the most fun part of the look and takes the drama to another level. I wet the MAC 209 brush using Fix+ and applied the MUFE Metal Powder #1 in the inner corner of the lower lash line.
- Step 10: Highlighted brows using MAC Solar White Eyeshadow. I think also applied a little bit in the tear duct. Remember very vaguely. Also, applied black liquid line and winged it out.
- Step 11: Finish off the look with couple of coats of mascara and remember to separate clumped lashes (if any), which I didn't do here! I also filled in my brows using MAC Brun Eye shadow and set them in place with MAC Clear Brow Gel.
Here are couple of more pictures of the finished look:
I hope you all liked the look. Do you like wearing such bold looks? I definitely would want to, but, I would not want to be stared at. You know what I mean, right? LoL..
Have a lovely weekend ladies and gentlemen.
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