Eye Candy

31 Mar

At first, I was intimidated by pigments. They have an unusual texture, are chunky, a bit messy, but their color payoff is unparalleled. I took advantage of the vibrancy of Pink Bronze by creating a super easy look that is definitely eye-grabbing.




Brushes you’ll need: – MAC #’s 217 (blending brush), 214 (short shader brush), 222 (tapered blending brush), 242 (shader brush), 266 (small angle brush), and 116 (blush brush)

Products you’ll need:

– MAC Eyeshadows in Vanilla and Sushi Flower
– MAC Pigment in Pink Bronze
– MAC Paint Pot in Painterly
– MAC Powderblush in Dame
MAC Lipsticks in Hug Me and Crosswires
– MAC Technakohl Liner in Graphblack
– MAC Fluidline in Blacktrak

Supplemental: – A brow-filling productMascara

Eyes…

[* Apply MAC Paintpot in Painterly all over eyelids as a base using your fingers.
[*
Highlight the brow bone and tear duct with Vanilla (242).
[*
Pat Pink Bronze from the inner corner of the eye to 2/3 of the way on the lid liberally (242).
[*
Apply Sushi Flower on the outer V and into the crease (222).
[* Blend more Pink Bronze between Sushi Flower and Vanilla in the crease (217).
[* Line the lower lash line with Pink Bronze (214).
[* Line
the upper lash line with Blacktrak (266).


Cheeks…

[* Apply Dame onto the apples of the cheeks.

Lips

[* Layer Crosswires over Hug Me.

Additional finishing steps: [Fill in eyebrows using MAC’s #208 Angled Brow brush and MAC Eyeshadow in Charcoal Brown], [Tame unruly brows using MAC Brow Finisher in Clear], and [Darken lashes using MAC’s Plushlash mascara in Plushblack].

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