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Bronzy Look - Smokey Eyes

Hey lovely ladies!

Today I am going to show you how to create Smokey Eyes and Bronzy look. Today I will talk less and show you more with the pictures. Do let me know what is easier for you! Today's method of explaining or like earlier, teaching by words. :) I hope you enjoy this :)
The pictures are posted in a step by step method. 

I have already applied my foundation, concealer, compact powder and contoured my cheeks with Christine's Contouring Powder . Contoured the cheek bones, nose, temples and jaw line with the darkest color from the palette, then used the lighter color on the apple of my cheeks and for little bit of peachy pink look, I have applied very little amount of Etude's No 20 blush in peach pink color.

Eye makeup steps are showed in the pictures. I will list the things below that I have used in this look. So, let's get started with the look first.


Use any black gel eye liner and apply with a flat brush, roughly on your eye lids and on the lower lash line.



Then use any black eye shadow, I have use Luscious eye shadow in Smoke and pat it on the eye lids with the same brush. With the same brush, apply the color on the lower lash line.
 
I have used Karaja Palette, if you don't have it, you can use any alternate colors. Use the shade similar to the color I am using. It is light bronze color with little bit of shimmer in it. Use on the crease area, with a blending brush. I have used Sigma E25 blending brush. Apply on the crease in back and fourth direction to blend the harsh lines. With the same brush, apply the color on the lower lash line to blend the black color. Go half the way to your eyes.


Use a rust color and go over the crease line to make it light and bright. Again in back and fourth direction.

Use any creamy shimmery color to highlight your brow bones and tear duct. Use any fluffy brush. I have used Luscious Fluffy Blending brush. Blend any harsh lines of bronze color.

Then from the same palette use dark purple black color and use any pointed pencil brush, I have used Luscious Brush. Apply this color on the outer v section, to build up the color little more.
 
Use the red color and apply a little bit near the tear duct area, to slightly brighten it up




Apply Kajal and Mascara. Groom your eye brows with a pencil or powder.
Apply highlighter powder on your nose, apples of your cheeks and chin.

Use any nude color lipstick and gloss. If it is washing your face out, you can use a little bit color to brighten it up. But not too much as the eyes are emphasized here, so we don't want the lips to be dark.
 



And, this is the final look. You can see in the 2nd and 3rd picture, I have used a little bit of pink color because the camera was washing my face out in the pictures. 

Products used:
1. Tony & Teena Paint Stick.
2. Etude Compact Powder.
3. Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse.
4. Christine Contouring Powder.
5. Karaja Palette.
6. Sigma and Luscious brushes.
7. L'OREAL lipstick and gloss in Nude.
8. The Body Shop Shimmer Powder.
9. Etude Blush in no 20. 

I hope this tutorial was helpful and you liked it. Do share in your views and also share your pictures if you try out this look. If you have any requests, do let me know.



xoxo
-Rabeeyah! :)

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