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).