Warm Crease Smokey Eye
No matter how much I try new looks. Warms & Neutrals will always be my go to colours. This is a very awaited beauty post, since I was waiting for my new Coastal Scents palette to come, I received it yesterday & I couldn’t stop playing with it all day long.
One look that has been trending recently is the ‘cut crease’ and I definitely wanted to try it out since I have so many blending shade options in this palette.
These colours compliment the Indian skin tone so well. After I was done creating my neutral eye look, I kept the face makeup also very warm. Slightly bronzed cheeks and a blush nude lip. Also I said goodbye to my adored highlighter. I thought of keeping this look quite matte. Which is a good surprise once in a while.
– I started with a clean base, primed with my Mac concealer.
-I went in with the colour No.3 with a big fluffy brush. This is a perfect ‘camel’ tone transition shade.
-After the blending, I took the colour No.4 on a small pencil brush and started deepening the crease.
-I went back & forth with colour no.3 & 4 Blending it really well to give it that smokey effect.
– I then took colour No.1 & 2 on a flat brush and placed it on the lid, very close to the lash line.
– To finish off, I smoked out my lower lash line with colour no.4. Applied false Ardell Lashes and my Mac Gel Liner.
–I used my Essence blush in – 40 Natural Beauty
I mixed two Lip shades – Clinique Lipstick No.12 Blushing Nude & Rimmel 240 Undressed.
Here is a link to where I purchased my palette from, I would definitely recommend investing in a palette if you are a beginner or trying to experiment with new shades. The shadows in the palette are surprisingly very pigmented and blend well too.