After moisturizing the face, start the makeup application with foundation, concealer, and pressed powder
Sweep the light gray shadow all over the crease. For hooded eyes, go slightly above the crease.
Take the darker shadow, apply it to the outer V. This will create depth, definition, and dimension.
The key to this look is to blend the edges to make it appear seamless! No harsh edges!
Take the silver metallic shadow and apply on the middle of lids. I pat it on my lid using my finger.
Add the lightest shadow of the palette to the inner lid. This helps to open up the eyes.
Line the upper waterline and lashline with black eyeliner, then smudge it with a smudger brush.
When you're done, make adjustments such as blending the edges or adding more eyeshadow.
Use Lash Blast serum to prime then finish with volumizing black mascara. Add fake lashes for fullness.
Take a pencil brow liner to line and fill in the eyebrows to create fullness. Use the spoolie to soften and blend.
Take contour powder or bronzer to sculpt and define the cheeks, nose, forehead, jawline and neck
Apply blush then highlight the high points of your face: cheeks, nose, browbone, and cupid's bow.
Take UltiMatte in Wine O’Clock to line and fill in the lips. The doe applicator does a good job with defining the lips.
This is the final look. This is a great look to create for that special event! Check out my blog post for more!