Subtle Summer Smoky Eye Tutorial:
Urban Decay Midnight Cowboy 24/7 Liner
Elf Mineral Pressed Eyeshadow in First date
Elf Mineral Pressed Eyeshadow in Lunch Break
Elf Mineral Eyeshadow in Seductive
Rimmel Eye Liner in Rich Brown
Elf Extra Lip Gloss in Scott
Sleek Blush By 3 Palette in Sugar
Elf Lip Definer and Shaper Pencil
Elf Mineral Infused Mascara
Elf Baked Highlighter in Moonlight Serenade
Step 1: I applied an Elf Smudge Pot in Gotta Glow all over my eyelids.
Step 2: I then applied the Elf Mineral Pressed Eyeshadow in Lunch Break to my outer crease, and blended it upwards and outwards.
Step 3: I then applied the Elf Mineral Pressed Eyesahdow in First Date to my brow bone as a soft highlight.
Step 4: Next I used the Elf Mineral Eyeshadow in Seductive on my Outer V, and t\blended it outwards and upwards.
Step 5: I then used a brown eyeliner by Rimmel in Rich Brown and I applied this along my lashline about halfway across my eyelid and smudged it lightly into my lashes for added volume.
Step 6: I then used a champagne-colored liner underneath my lower lashes. The one I used is Midnight Cowboy by Urban Decay. I then smudged it lightly to soften the look and catch a tad bit of light.
Step 7: I then applied a black mascara by Elf. the one here is the Mineral Infused Mascara--it's my all-time fave!
Step 8: I then opted for an orange-ish blush. This blush palette is by Sleek Cosmetics, and it's in the shade "Sugar." I used the one at the very top!
Whoop! Almost done!
Step 9: I then used an Elf baked Highlighter in Moonlight Serenade on the top of my cheeks and on my nose and chin.
Step 10: To give the illusion of fuller lips, I lined my lips using the Elf Lip Definer and Shaper Pencil.
Step 11: I then applied the Elf Extra Gloss in Scott on my lips. This color is a natural pink shade that looks REALLY awesome with a nude eye look!
Ignore my bangs, they were behaving HORRIBLY today...but here's my finished look:
Would any of you wear this look out and about?