Holiday is approaching, celebration with loved ones are getting near. These are times when we may allow ourselves to play with different look than our usual daily look. I created this warm and shimmery terracotta look using Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette to complement the chilly wintery weather during this holiday season in northern hemisphere. Regardless on where you are now or whom you are celebrating with, this look is suitable for all kinds of occasion. Enjoy this step-by-step process!
Here’s how to do the eye look:
- If your eyelid is like mine (hooded monolid), try using an eyetape to create instant double eyelid. If you want to know how I do it, please leave a comment below and I will try to make a tutorial for you.
- Apply lumbre all over your eyelid with small flat round brush with tapping motion to minimize fallout (don’t swipe!). I like this color from the palette because it is a combination of pink and gold color with shimmery finish.
- Bring the color slightly up to the crease with a pencil brush, and blend lightly with cayenne upwards.
- Mix en fuego and ashes and put it lightly with your pencil brush or the tip of you small flat round brush on your crease. Blend altogteher to eliminate harsh lines with a small blending brush.
- Now swipe cayenne on your lower eyelid to balance the eyelid.
- Mix ashes and ember to add a bit of dark and shimmery finish then apply on the outer of your lower lid.
- Draw your winged eyeliner with a gel liner.
- Finish it with a pair of a long but thin false eyelashes!
This style is also suitable for both your hair up and down style:
Other products that I used in this look:
- Foundation: Face Atelier in Sand and Ivory ($$)
- Powder: Ben Nye Colorless Powder ($)
- Blusher: Ben Nye Fashion Rouge Palette in Victorian Rose ($$)
- Contour and Highlight: Kevyn Aucoin The Contour Book II Sculpting Powder and Candlelight Powder ($$$)
- Lips: Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Palette ($$)
- Eyes: Urban Decay Naked Palette ($$), Inglot Gel Eyeliner ($$)
- Lashes: Artisan Pro Eyelashes 1755 ($$)
So that’s it! It’s pretty simple, right? Let me know what other look you want to learn by leaving a comment below. Merry Christmas and happy holiday again, guys!