Hello IMBB Beauties,
I have been away for long and a lot many things are happening around me, but something that I always come back to is “IMBB.” So today, I am going to share with you all a very easy tutorial which was requested long back. I apologize for being late, but still, better late than never, right? So, let us move on with the tutorial. These are the basic tools which we require for this look. It is not necessary that you use the same products that I have used, so I will give general names and specify them as we move along with the tutorial.
Products Needed For This Tutorial:
- Loose powder.
- Brown eyeshadow.
- Orange/beige color eyeshadow.
- Pencil brush.
- Fluffy brush.
- Black kohl.
- Eyelash curler.
We are going to start off with clean and moisturized eyes.
Dot concealer around your eyes up to the brow bone, I have used my Colorbar Stick Concealer.
Blend well with your ring finger. You can use a concealer brush but I prefer finger because the warmth helps to blend the concealer well. Dust some loose powder to make the surface smooth. Mine is Lakme Rose Powder.
Now, with a light gentle hand, follow the crease of your eye. Start from the outer portion and slowly go in, do not take too much eyeshadow at one go. If you need intensity in the crease, you can build it up slowly.
After the previous step, your eye should look something like this.
Now, take the same brown eyeshadow on a pencil brush, trace the lower lash line. I have used my MAC 219 brush for this. You can also use a slanted brush, but I wanted a diffused look, so I preferred pencil brush. Here alsom you need to start at the outer corner and come in slowly.
Now, take some orange/beige eyeshadow on the ring finger. Mine is Inglot 108R. I have used orange here because I want to eliminate any color on my lid and make my crease more defined. Those who want to look softer, can use beige eyeshadow instead.
Apply the same on the lid area with a light hand. Make sure there are no harsh lines. If required, take your fluffy brush again and blend everything.
Now taking a black eye pencil, tight-line your eyes. Please note that we are only tight-lining because we want a no-make up look. This will give an illusion of dense lashes without taking away the softness of the look. I have used Faces solid black.
Curl your lashes and apply lots of mascara. Just make sure that your eyelashes do not clump in the process.
That’s the finished look folks. Hope you like it and I will definitely come back with more. Kindly let me know if there are any specific combination you like to see, I will definitely try my best to do it for you.
Take care and keep smiling (no matter what)!
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