Create This Bodacious Bronze Eyeshadow Look with Maybelline City Mini Eyeshadow Palettes
If you haven’t tried Maybelline New York’s City Mini Eyeshadow Palettes, you really should. They’re gorgeous, budget friendly and super luxe.
Today, I’m going to teach you guys how to create a gorgeous bronze eyeshadow look. Bronze eyes are all the rage for this fall, and I’ve definitely been practicing at home!
We will be using Maybelline New York’s The City Mini Eyeshadow Palette in Rooftop Bronzes to bring this gorgeous look to life. You’ll need a basic eyeshadow brush kit for this tutorial. If you don’t have your brushes yet, that’s okay. You can purchase brushes over at Just4Girls.pk; there is a great selection of single brushes, kits and gift sets.
First, take an eyeshadow brush and draw a line along the top of your eyelids with the bronze eyeshadow shade in the palette. You want to follow the form and work with the natural curve shape of your lids.
I recommend using a fairly dense eyeshadow brush for this.
You may also opt to take a fine bristled eyeshadow brush and line your lower eye with the same color to create a goddess glowing smoke eye.
Next, you want to use the darkest eyeshadow shade in the Rooftop Bronze palette. Apply in a sideways “V” shape on the outer corners of the eye.
I used a fine detail eyeshadow brush to pull this effect off. I find you get a more precise shape, plus the smaller brush is easier to control than the larger ones. Think of it kind of as using a pencil, this gives you the option to “draw” the shape rather than just block it in.
You can opt to use this for a smokey eyeliner on bottom and top lids as well.
Finally, we finish using a fluffy eyeshadow brush and the lightest eyeshadow shade in ths palette. You want to apply a coat of this over the lids. Don’t forget to extend the color to the inner corner of eyes.
You can also use the same shade underneath your eyebrows and on top of your cupid’s bow. To glam up your eye even more, add a dramatic graphic cat eye.
That’s it! All done!
One of the things I love the most about this look is that it’s easy, quick and above all, on style for Fall.
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