Hi beauties! Today I’ll be doing this wearable, orange, very summery type of makeup look. This is the type of look that I personally love wearing! I’ll be using a lot of the products that I showed you in my Sephora Haul, which I’ll link to down below, if you haven’t seen it yet.
So, this will pretty much be a first impression type of tutorial, which I hope you’ll like. So, let me zoom you in so you can see the eye makeup, up close. I’ve used some gorgeous, shimmery orange shadows on the lid and then warm, matte browns in the crease.
I hope you’re excited for the tutorial and let’s get started! To prevent the eyeshadows from creasing, I’m applying the Urban Decay, Anti Aging Primer Potion. All over my brow bone, I’m going to apply this shade called Laetus, from the Kat Von D Shade + Light Eye Contour palette.
And this will make it a lot easier to blend out colors in the crease, and up toward the brow bone. Now, I’ll be using the shadow Ludwin, from the same palette. I’m placing this in the crease, by going back and forth, and also doing sircular motions, with a blending brush.
I’m picking up the Monarch palette, also by Kat Von D And I’m going to use this warm, brown shade, called Deadhead. This is actually my favorite shadow in the palette. I just can’t help it, but I absolutely love warm, brown shades.
I’m placing this mostly at the outer-V of the eye and also slightely into the crease. Also, at the outer-V, I’m going to apply this this dark, brown shadow, called Triple Fudge from the Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette.
Now, at the outer half of my lid, I’m going to place this Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow in Tangerine. The Artist Shadows are so creamy, that I have to apply them with a flat concealer brush. But they are super pigmented and they don’t leave any fall out.
I’m going to cover the inner half of the lid, with an other Artist Shadow. This one’s called Manderine. I’m blending that in with Tangerine, which is so easy with these shadows. Then I’m doing a final blend in the crease, to prevent any harsh lines, in between the lid and the crease.
I’m picking up the shadow Salted Caramel, from the Chocolate Bar palette and I’m applying that along my lower lash line. Here, I’m smoking that out, with a pencil brush. I’m applying the warm, brown shade again, at the outer 1/3 of the lower lash line.
Then closest to the lashes, I’m applying the dark brown. As my inner corner highlight, I’ll be using this BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector in Moonstone. To line my eyes, I’m going to use this black shadow, called Licorice from the Too Faced Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar palette.
I’m applying that closest to the lash line. At the outer corner, I’m smudging that out with a pencil brush, to make a soft wing. Next, I’m filling in my waterline, with a nude pencil liner. I’m setting that in place, with the same shadow that I used for my brow bone.
Now, I’m applying the Maybelline Lash Sensational mascara. For false lashes, I’ll be using these ones, called Temptress, by House of Lashes. This is how the finished eye makeup looks like. Okay, so I’ve already contoured, using the Kat Von D Shade + Light Contour palette.
And I’ve used this shade, called Subconsious. Now for blush, I’m going to use this one, by Makeup Geek, called Bliss. So, let’s move on to highlighter. I’ll be using the BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector in Opal.
As I did with Moonstone, in my previous video I’m going to try Opal, for the first time. And it’s been so hard, not trying it out, because I got it a few days ago and I’ve of course been excited to try it.
But I wanted to do a first impression, on camera. I can’t wait any longer, so let’s get started. Omg! This is so pigmented, so super glowy. Do you see that? This is even more glowy than Moonstone, and I thought that one was really, really pigmented as well.
And I thought that this one would be more bronze looking than Moonstone, But it actually looks, just glowy and gold, kind of. I do understand the hype now, I really do, cuz I really like it! And I almost didn’t put anything on the brush, and.
.. That’s a lot, hehe Oh my goodness. Now, let’s do the cupid’s bow, and along my nose. Like that. Now, to go together with all of these orange shades, that I’ve got on, I’m going to use this NARS Audacious Lipstick in Bridgette which is just a beautiful, very wearable orange shade.
Okay guys, so I hope that you like the look. If you click on the info card on the screen, right now it will take you directly to my playlist, with all my other wearable makeup looks, if you like those.
So, thank you so much for watching! I hope you have a fantastic day and I see you soon. Bye bye. It’s so pretty, it’s so prerrry. Oh, that’s a lot! That’s a hell of a lot. Okay. (Trying to sing Nicki Minaj Super Base).
I like me some blush, obviously. I put on way too much, but okay.