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Warm Bronze Cat Eye Using The Modern Renaissance Palette

Today I will be using the Modern Renaissance Palette to create this warm bronze cat eye. Continue reading to see how I did it!

products used

L’Oreal Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer

Hourglass Vanish Stick Foundation in Alabaster

Tarte Shape Tape in Fair

Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder

Wet n Wild Mega Cushion Contour

Colourpop x Alexis Ren Topaz Golden Moment Bronzer

Becca Blush in Amaretto ( Limited Edition)

Anastasia x Nicole Guerrieo GlowKit Shades Forever Young and Forever Lit

Make-up Geek Eye shadows in Peach Smoothie, Creme Brule, Cocoa Bear, Bitten, and Cosmopolitan

Wet n Wild Liquid Eyeliner

Marc Jacobs Black Eyeliner

Ardell Demi Wispies Lashes

Jour Cosmetics Lip Creme Liquid Lipstick in Buff

Kat von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in Bow n Arrow

Mac Fix+

 

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!

Abbey

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Red Smokey Eye With Glowing Skin – Nicole Guerrieo GloKit

Here is a make-up tutorial on how to get this Red Smokey eye with Glowing skin, using the Nicole Guerrieo GloKit by Anastasia of Beverly Hills. Continue to read to see how I created this look!

Products used

L’Oreal Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer

Hourglass Vanish Stick Foundation in Alabaster

Tarte Shape Tape in Fair

Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder

Wet n Wild Mega Cushion Contour

Physician’s Formula Butter Bronzer

Physician’s Formula Butter Blush in Plum Rose

Anastasia Modern Renaissance Palette

Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-Eye Pencil in Whiskey

Wet n Wild Lash Renegade Mascara

Anastasia x Nicole Guerrieo GlowKit Shades Forever Young and Forever Lit

Huda Beauty Liquid Matte Lipstick in Bombshell

Milani Make it Last Setting Spray

The idea behind the look

For my eyes, I used the Modern Renaissance Palette, which has wonderful creamy eye shadows in these lovely rose toned shades. I used the shades Burnt Orange, Cyprus Umber, Realgar, Red Ochre, and Vermeer.

For my face, I used the Hourglass Vanish Stick Foundation, then the Tarte Shape Tape Concealer. When I use both of these products, I get the best full coverage look for my skin. After, I went in with a neutral blush, and finally topped it off with the Nicole Guerrieo GloKit by Anastasia of Beverly Hills. Resulting in fabulous glowing skin!

A red smokey eye has become a very trend for these past few months! Though red shadows might appear to be intimidating to most, it is actually very flattering on all skin types when done right. The key is to keep the red shadow low, and to blend it out evenly. Keep natural brown and nude shades in the crease, and pack on the red on the lid. Red shadow when buffed out under the water line is a fantastic way to wear it as well. The best thing to do is to play around with these shades at home – you will be so glad that you did!

Abbey

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Dusty Rose Eye Look

Products used

L’Oreal Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer

Hourglass Vanish Stick Foundation Stick in Alabaster

Tarte Shape Tape Concealar in Fair

Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder

Wet n Wild Mega Cushion Contour

Colourpop x Alexis Ren Topaz Golden Moment Bronzer

Wet n Wild MegaGlo Highlighter in The Sweetest Bling

Physician’s Formula Butter B;lush in Plum Rose

Anastasia of Beverly Hills Eyeshadows in Sienna, Caramel, and Intense Gaze

Ardell Demi Wispies Lashes

Colourpop x Alexis Ren Ultra Satin Lip in Bare Necessities

Milani Make it Last Setting Spray

The idea behind the look

I absolutely love everything rose gold and blush! This is a nice dusty rose eye look that is flattering on all skin tones. This is a very simple eye look that anyone can achieve, only using three eyes shadows. I blended Sienna and Caramel in the crease, and put Intense Gaze all over the lid. I finished the look with Bare Necessities, a nice peachy-nude lipstick.

Let me know what looks you want to see in the comments below!

Abbey

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Soft Bronze Smokey Eye

pRODUCTS USED

L’Oreal Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer

Hourglass Vanish Foundation Stick in Alabaster

Tarte Shape Tape Concealer in Fair 

Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder

Wet n Wild Mega Cushion Contour

Physician’s Formula Butter Bronzer

Physicians Formula Butter Blush in Plum Rose

Wet n Wild MegaGlo Highlighter in The Sweetest Bling

Viseart Eyeshadow Palette 01 Matte

Make-up Geek Foiled Eye shadow in Grandstand

Ardell Fauxmink Lashes 810

Benefit Rollerlash Mascara

Maybelline Color Sensational Inti-Matte in 555 Naked Coral

Milani Make it Last Setting Spray

The idea behind the look

I was wanting to go with something a little smokey, yet natural enough to wear during the day. This is a nice neutral-bronze smokey eye that is versatile for everyone. I would encourage you to go out to any beauty store and swatch  neutral eye  shadows to see which colors fit your personal skin tone the best, and then you can recreate this look for yourself.

Let me know what you think in the comments below!

Abbey