Monday, 10 November 2014

Part 3/3 - Dramatic Bronze Eyes Inspiration

Before I begin I just want to say I am a bit gutted that the colours of the very end result haven't come out as beautiful and smoky in these pictures as they look in real life! I wish I could bring you all into my house so you can see how stunning this look is but as I can't do that I'm sure you can imagine! But it is official I'm in love with this look, also it makes my eyes look super blue because of the bronze/gold colour, so that is certainly a plus!

This post is the 3rd and final part to my makeup look episode thing I was doing, but I will of course post eyeshadow looks I do in the future at random!

The particular shades and products I used to create this look:
  • Using the lightest gold shade first from the W7 10 out of 10 palette, I applied this all over the lid and into the crease.
  • Then applying the Rimmel Stir It Up Cream Eyeshadow in 700 Wassup, I applied this on the outer third of my eye.
  • I then used the middle gold/bronze eyeshadow of the palette on top of the Rimmel Shadow and using the first colour on the bottom row I applied this on the centre of my lid. When all of these gold colours had been applied I blended like mad to create a gradient effect!
  • I then used the two top shadows being pointed at on the very outer corner and through the crease until I was happy with the smokiness!
  • Then using Maybelline The Rocket Mascara in Waterproof I applied this to the top and bottom lashes, personally I think this looks fantastic with and without false eyelashes! But the first lashes I tried for this look were the Red Cherry Lashes in #47, just because it's always fun to play around with products you have!!

I then tried out the more natural Red Cherry Lashes in #747S.

So there we go the end of this 3 part series! I can't believe how much support and compliments I have received for this series and therefore want to say a MASSIVE thank you to you all!!!!
See you Thursday!

Love El
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