Hi Everyone !
I decided to upload one of my favorite nighttime looks. ever. It's a really simple smokey raised cat eye, but this look can go wrong in alot of ways if you don't take your time.
The most difficult part of the look is the placement of the black eyeshadow.
Apply too much and you have to start all over
Don't get the position right, and you have to start all over
The finished product is 100% worth the trouble, so don't be intimidated.
Another thing that I love about this look is the versatility it allows.
You can change the eyelid color to pretty much anything and it'll still look amazing.
I typically use a champagne or a neutral shimmer just to make sure it goes with whatever I'm wearing that night.
I'm blabbing too much hahah, ENJOY =D
Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel
L'Oreal Studi Secrets Magic Perfecting Base
Revlon Colorstay & Revlon Photoready Liquid Foundation - Both in Caramel
Neutrogena Mineral Sheers Concealer Kit in Medium
NYC Color Wheel Mosaic Face Powder in Translucent Highlighter Glow
NYX Powder Blush in Spice
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
elf Mineral Eyeshadow in Celebrity - lid
Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Creep - definition & crease
Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Gunmetal - soften edges of crease & blend
Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Naked - browbone
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On EyePencil in Zero - bottom lash line
L'Oreal Voluminous Mascara in Carbon Black
After applying your eyelid color, apply creep starting at the crease and work into your eye.
Without picking up more product 'raise' the color UP & IN.
After you get the desired shape, apply Creep from the edge of lashline to where the color starts in the crease.
Blend the edge of Creep with a very small smount of Gunmetal