I love fall makeup so I decided for my first makeup tutorial of fall I would do a smoky eye I’ve been wearing a ton and actually wore for the first day of school.
Start with your face already done.
I had to use different shadows out of each quad but you’ll need.
Eyeshadow primer, mine is from Merle Norman.
Nude eyeliner, mine is from Rimmel.
Mascara, mine is Covergirl.
Liquid Eyeliner, mine is from Maybelline.
A Matte Taupe eyeshadow, From my Revlon Quad.
A Matte black eyeshadow, also from Revlon.
Bronze shimmer eyeshadow, one is from NYC and the other is from the Maybelline quad.
Shimmer or matte dark brown, mine is from Maybelline quad.
A matte white, from Covergirl quad.
A shimmer white, from Maybelline quad.
Prime your eyelids all over in the crease and below where eyeliner would go.
Line your waterline with nude liner.
Cover your whole eyelid with the matte taupe shadow. This will be your base.
Mix the two bronze colors. Blend these with a fluffy brush (doesn’t have to be an eyeshadow brush! I used a paintbrush because 1. I’m cheap, and 2. It’s practically the same thing as a makeup brush) into the crease and outer V of your eye.
Mix your brown and black together and blend in the outer V of your eye. Make sure to tap the brush to avoid less fallout of the eyeshadow.
Add just the black eyeshadow on top, then add more bronze on the center of your lids.
Mix the two whites together and highlight your inner corners of your eye.
Do your eyeliner and mascara as normal.
Add clear lip gloss for a final touch.
Viola! Perfect fall eye makeup.