Cliff in a Forest Look

I was really inspired by earth tone looks. My inspiration came from a red rocky cliff surrounded by forests.

I used the Too Faced Sweet Peach palette. You can use the Natasha Denona eyeshadow palette #28 as a great alternative. Unfortunately, there isn’t too much in regards to the selection of full brown-green palettes.

This look is most flattering on green and blue eyed individuals with fair to medium skin tones.

Steps are as follows….

  1. Using a fluffy blending brush, take the shade Peaches N Cream and dust the lid entirely to brow bone.
  2. With an angled blending brush, fill in the crease to the inner corner with the shade Summer Yum.
  3. Use a small stiff blending brush, buff in Tempting to the outer corner of the crease. Drag into the water line. Using a fluffy tapered blending brush,  blend Tempting into Summer Yum until you have a flawless ombre effect.
  4. Lightly place concealer onto the first half of the eyelid. Pat on Bless Her Heart with a flat top blending brush.
  5. Blend Tempting into Bless Her Heart with a Small blending brush until seamless.
  6. With a concealer brush, tidy up the brow bone and highlight with White Peach. Pat White Peach on the inner corner of the eye and drag into waterline.
  7. Using a small definer brush, pat Bless Her Heart onto the waterline and blend into Tempting.

There you go you have an earth-toned smoky eye.

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