MAKEUP101: Soft Warm Brown Smokey Eye Makeup look

Hi, Gorgeous! I have got a recent makeup look for you that I absolutely loved doing. A chocolate lid color with orange through the crease and lower lash line using the beautiful 35k Palette from Morphe,  I’m going to show you what I used to create this look. 

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Here are the 7 steps to achieve this look!

Before anything you have to prep you skin using a luminous make up primer or Moisturizer. Beauty Oil (Argan Oil) was used to give the skin its luminosity.

#1

Next, create a healthy looking base by evenly applying foundation on your skin. If you have areas that need extra coverage like under your eyes, you can use a concealer. Used MAC Studio Fix Fluid in NC35, for under eyes I used L.A Girl PRO. Conceal in Ligh Ivory.

#2

For the eyes, take chocolate eye shadow and blend it all the way to your eyebrows, take orange eye shadow and mix it and blend.  Also apply same product to the lower lash line. You can also use creme eye shadow for this look.  Product used, Morphe 35k.

#3

Define your eyes by applying black eyelash mascara on your upper and lower lashes.  This will create that monochromatic effect on the eyes. For the eyelashes, L’Oréal Paris in Voluminous Carbon Black were used.

 #4

 Just comb your hairs up, soft strokes to keep them looking natural. For the eyebrows,  Anastasia Beverly Hills Gel in Medium Brown and Etude My Brows Mascara in Rich Brown.

#5

Contour your cheeks with some contouring or sculpting powder. Using a brush, apply this on the hollows of your cheeks or your jawline to create definition. Add some color to it by applying a peach blush on the apples of your cheek. Softly blend it to make it look like a natural glow and apply a small amount of highlighter to achieve the glowy skin.

Product Used:

Elf Contouring Blush & Bronzing Powder in St. Lucia

Anastasia Beverly Hills Illuminator in Starlight

#6

Finish this make up look by adding some colour to your lips. MAC Lipstick in Stone.

Voilà!

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MUSE: Krish Maderas Abad

PHOTOS: Heintje Mendoza

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