In Love With Soft Eyeshadow Looks Using Golds And Nudes
This favorite multi faceted eye makeup look will perform several tasks for achieving a lovely finish for the eyes all women can wear and can be transitioned from day into the night.
- Women that don't like a lot of eye makeup or simply want to look stunning without overstating their mineral eye shadow, this look is perfect for everyday wear.
- Women of mature years will enjoy the lift they get to the eye, helping to appear younger and more bright eyed.
- It is also perfect for close set eyes giving the appearance of the eyes being further apart than they really are.
- Eyelid - Cream Latte (semi matte peachy nude)
- Crease - Mocha Dream (rich gold bronze with a hint of creamy brown) Alternative: Treasure Chest rich gold brown with shifting gold and black gray undertones
- Browbone / Corner of Eye - Cameo (soft vanilla ivory )
For dramatic effect if you wish to line the eye then choose and foil our mineral eyeshadow Drama Queen from the dark shade collection.
To Achieve The Look
Apply your nude eye shadow shade of Cream Latte to your entire lid, staying completely within the framework of the eyelid.
Then with just a dot or two of Mocha Dream eye shadow, apply in the crease staying within the outer V of the eye, coming back in with just a touch on the lower V of the lid, yet making sure not to go past the inner outer edge of the iris. Don't worry about intensity of this shade since you will be blending and softening with your last color.
Now apply the eye color shade of Cameo on the brow bone, continuing to follow through to the inner corner of the eye, smudging into the corner of the lower lid just a bit. As you gently blend into the top of your crease shade, you'll notice the softening effect is immediate and quite beautiful.
Adjust color accordingly to your desires of whether you want to wear for the day or an evening out. Our mineral eye colors are very blendable and easy to use. Don't forget about applying with a moist brush or to a damp eyelid for a more intense effect, which also creates a more matte or metallic finish, depending on the shade and your technique.