Using a fluffy blending brush, I apply this light tan color that will serve as the transition color between the dark browns leading up to my brow bone. I blend this using windshield wiper motions from inner to outer corner.
Step 2: Crease Shade - Pukey
Using a denser blending brush, I put a darker tan shade, Pukey, directly in the crease and blend in the same way, but placing this color more towards the eyelid side of the crease. This will be the color we use to blend the darkest shade of brown that goes onto the lid.
Step 3: Lid Shade - Central Park
For the lid, I use a matte, dark brown shade called Central Park and pack this color onto my eye lid using a firm shading brush. I start in the center of the lid and gradually add more and more color until I achieve the shade that I want. I go back and blend between each step, and add more of this dark brown several times before I am happy with it! Take the time to blend out the edges of the shadows to make the look seamless!
Start with a diagonal line from the outer corner down to the lash line. Then, connect that line from the corner to the top of the lashes and fill in. Draw the line all the way to the inner corner.
Step 5: Lower Lash Line - Abyss & Pukey
Using a flat definer brush, I draw a “eyeliner” line right at the lower lash line. I then go in with a pencil brush to blow out and blend this dark shade with the tan shade to pull the eye look together.
Step 6: Mascara - Maybelline Falsies Waterproof
Last step is to curl your lashes and add some mascara to the top and bottom lashes!
I hope you enjoyed this makeup tutorial and send me some requests for tutorials that you’d like to see in the future!