Easy Sunset Eye Makeup look!

Hey everyone, hope you’ve all had a great week! I’ve been enjoying a lovely day off today which is much needed. I want to share a simple sunset eye makeup look today. I created this before work not too long ago and I really like the outcome, yet it was really easy to do. If you want to see how I did this and what products I used then just keep reading.

Step One – Base: I first used the Fenty Beauty Hydrating Soft Silk primer (£24) to prep the skin for makeup. Next I used Estée Lauder Double Wear foundation (£34) to create a full coverage base! I used a Real Techniques buffer brush for this.
Step Two – Eyes: As usual I used the Benefit Brow Zings brow palette (£27) to fill in my eyebrows. I then popped Collection Lasting Perfection concealer (£4.19) all over my eye lid with a Real Techniques small foundation brush. I then went into the Makeup Revolution x Soph Extra Spice Palette (£10). On a Morphe s27 I used the light orange shade ‘Running Late’ all over my eyelid. Then on the same brush I buffed the darker orange ‘Sweet N Sour’ into my crease roughly. I then took a Spectrum B06 brush and applied the pink shade ‘Twenty One’ onto the outer portion of my eye lid. I then used the Collection Concealer to cut the crease – I placed this on the centre of my lid & inner portion of my eye lid. Once this was done I used a Morphe s30 brush to pack on the yellow shade ‘Vitamin C’. I used the Morphe s27 bush to blend the edges of each colour so they faded nicely into each other to create that sunset eye look. Once I was happy with that, I used Benefit Roller Liner (£19.50) to create a wing. Then I used Too Faced Better Than Sex mascara (£22) to create some full lashes.
Step Three – Face: I used the Too Faced Born This Way concealer in Snow (£25) under my eyes, down my nose & on my chin to conceal and brighten. I used the Real Techniques beauty sponge to blend this out. I set the concealer with Too Faced Born This Way loose powder (£22). I then took the Too Faced Born This Way concealer in Honey (£25) to contour the face – I applied this just under my cheek bones & on the perimeter of my forehead. I used a Real Techniques buffer brush to blend this out. I then applied Fenty Sun Stalk’r Bronzer in Shady Biz (£25) over the top of the contour & down my nose too. For blush I used the Clinique Cheek Pop in Ginger Pop (£18) with a Wet n Wild blush brush. I took Benefit Cookie Highlighter (£27) and applied it on the high points of my face with the brush that comes in the highlighter box. For the lips I used a NYX lip liner in Peekaboo Neutral (£3.50) to line the lips, then popped on Becca Ultimate Love Lipstick in Truffle (£20). Finally I set my entire face with Morphe Continuous Mist Setting Spray (£15).

And that’s the completed look! What do you think of my easy sunset eye? Let me know below! If you fancy checking out another step by step tutorial using this Makeup Revolution Extra Spice palette then check out this pretty purple look!

Jazmin xx


  1. March 8, 2020 / 3:53 pm

    I loveee this!! When i first got the original soph palette i did a sunset look cause there were some gorgeous red/orange and pinks in there but i did mine with a glittery orange shade! Gorgeous x

  2. March 8, 2020 / 9:08 pm

    This look is so beautiful, I love warm toned makeup

  3. March 9, 2020 / 4:27 pm

    Such perfect blending! Love a good old classic sunset look and I looove this one especially x

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