The Daily Face - June 21, 2011 - Sunrise/Sunset
under eyes: Make Up For Ever HD Concealer in 325
eyeliner: MAC Blacktrack
eyeshadow: MAC in Orange, Benefit Creaseless Cream Shadow in Busy Signal
eye brows: MAC in Fling
eye lashes: Lancome Hypnose Drama
cheeks: MAC Harmony
I love orange and bronze colors because they remind me of the sun at like 7/7:30 pm on a great summer night. These colors can brighten your entire face and will make your eyes pop, no matter what the color.
I lined the inner rims of my top and bottom lids with Blacktrack, but put no liner on top of my lash line. Next I applied Busy Signal, a bronze color, to my lid from lash to crease, diffusing toward the crease. I allowed the color to be pretty dark on the lid close to my lashes. Then I applied Orange to the crease, blending it into the bronze and also up above the crease. This is so when my eyes are open you can see the orange glow around my eyes. I then followed the same principle beneath my lower lashes. Keep the bronze close to the lashes, diffusing outward and then apply the orange blending outward from the bronze. Make sure you connect the product around the outer corners of your eyes. It should appear illuminated around your entire eye.
Here’s a tip, once you apply mascara you can always go back in a add more product. This is the case with any look. Mascara, especially on the lower lashes, will hide the pigment, so add more. You want to see the color showing through from underneath your lashes.
Oh, also, I decided to switch up my mascara because I ran out of the Chanel stuff I had been using. Don’t be married to a specific product, it’s fun to try out different brands, and just because I use something doesn’t mean you will like that product the best. Find what works for you.