Today I will be using the Modern Renaissance Palette to create this warm bronze cat eye. Continue reading to see how I did it!
the idea behind the look
Today I wanted to be brave and try a winged eye liner look. As a result, I was very happy with how this warm, bronzed cat eye look turned out.
Using the Modern Renaissance Palette, I did my eyes first before the rest of my make-up, to avoid fallout. First, I used a crease brush I went in with the shade Burnt Orange and blended it all over my crease. Then I used Realgar to bring warmth to the crease, and Cyprus Umber on the outer V. Finally, I put Primavera all over my lid as a nice metallic pop. For my lower lash line, I buffed out Burnt Orange and Cyprus Umber to make it super smokey.
I used just a basic make-up removing wipe and the tip of my nail to give my eye shadow a nice sharp look. Also, I like to use a liquid eye liner such as the Wet n Wild Liquid Eyeliner, to give it a nice dark matte finish to my cat eye.
For my face make-up, I started with my L’Oreal Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer, because it brings an awesome glow to the skin, Then I went in with the Hourglass Vanish Stick Foundation in Alabaster, since it is one of my all time favorite full coverage foundations. After that, I used the Tarte Shape Tape in Fair and then set it with Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder.
After I got my base make-up on, I went in with my Wet n Wild Mega Cushion Contour using an angled brush, then I set the cream with my bronzer from the Topaz palette. Then I used a nice neutral blush, then went in with the shades Forever Young and Forever Lit from the Anastasia GloKit.
I hope everyone enjoys this look!