Hello my lovelies!

 

orangesunset

 

With fall coming to an end soon, I've been totally feeling oranges and browns. While this look is very easy to achieve, I love the gradient of colors, giving the eyeshadow a "sunset" appearance.

Let's get started:

 

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  1. Prime the eyelids and set with Shadow number one.
  2. On a large fluffy brush, take shade number two and distribute throughout the middle and upper crease. This is our transition shade, so be sure that this shadow is blended nicely.
  3. Mixing Shades three and four, place this with a flat shader brush on the outer corner. Blend out any harsh edges with a small blending brush.
  4. If the gradient seems a little muddy, go back in with shade one on a flat brush and lightly redefine the first third of the lid. This is NOT a cut crease, blend out any harsh edges that shade one may create.
  5. Take your favorite Liquid or gel eyeliner and create a small but thick wing, whatever suits your eye shape best!
  6. We're leaving the lower lashline bare today for some added brightness.
  7. Curl and coat your lashes to Jesus, add falsies if you'd like.

That's all I have for you guys today. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe, it means a lot to me. Also don't forget to have a lovely Friday.

Stay beautiful!

 

Products Used:

Morphe 35O palette

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner "Trooper"

Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Mascara