Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Sexy Sultry Golden/ Bronze/ Black make-up look

Hello Everyone,

Hope you all are happy & healthy. 

Here is a sexy eye makeup look with some metallic gold, gold glitter, bronze and black paired with bright neon pink lipstick. You can mute this down by using a lighter shade or a nude lipstick, but for me it's holiday season baby. I wanted to do a tutorial for this look but then I just missed taking pictures in between, however, I would still write the steps to create this look. 


Products Used:
Face:
  • Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Dark
  • MAC Select Cover up concealer in NC43
  • MAC Studio Fix Fluid foundation in NC40
  • MAC MSF Natural in Medium-Dark
  • MAC Powder blush in Pinch o'peach
  • MAC Powder blush in Gingerly to contour

Eyes:
  • Start with priming your lids with MAC Painterly paint pot.
  • Create a really dark Outer V using any matte black eyeshadow. I have used Urban Decay Creep (Naked Palette).
  • Start blending the Outer V. Now, here you would need two brown shadows - a darker one (MAC Espresso) to blend out the black shade and a lighter brown (MAC Cork) to blend the darker brown. 
    • Start with the darker brown shade & blend out the harsh edges of black and bring it in up to 2/3rd of the crease.
    • Take the lighter brown shade and blend out all the harsh edges to get a smooth outer V. 
  • Take a color close to or a shade lighter to your skin tone and highlight the brows. I have used MAC Brule
  • Take MAC Woodwinked and apply it on the outer half of the lid. 
  • Take MUFE Metal Powder #1 and apply it in the inner half of the lid and blend well with Woodwinked. Apply the same Metal Powder in the inner third of the lower lash line.
  • Take MAC Reflects Gold Pigment and put it one in the inner third of the lid. 
  • Apply black eyeliner pencil (Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner pencil in Zero) on the water lines and outer 2/3rd of the lower lashline. Smudge and soften it slightly using MAC Espresso. 
  • Apply black gel liner on upper lash line and wing it slightly. (MAC Blacktrack Fluidline)
  • Apply black mascara (MUFE Smokey lash) on upper & lower lashes. 
Lips:
  • MUFE Rouge Artist Intense lipstick #37
  • L'oreal glam shine lipgloss in Keep the Sweet #112
Here are some more close-up pictures of the eyes.







Hope you all liked the look (I know a picture tutorial could have been better). 

Lots of love and happy holidays!
Eesha







11 comments:

  1. I like this smokey kinda look a lot!! gold is one of my fav!!! but sadly i dont own a black shadow! u look awesome :)

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  2. Pretty in colors: You can still do this by using a really dark brown, i am sure it would still look good. Thanks liking the look sweets :-)

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  3. That's super hawt EESHA :)
    I am going to copy it one of these days :)

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  4. @ AOYV: Thanks SHIVANI... I am glad that you liked it :-)... do copy it... :D :D

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  5. Hey Eesha!

    I have nominated your blog for the versatile blog award,

    check it out over here :
    http://divassence.blogspot.com/2011/12/versatile-blogger-award-for-divassence.html

    Keep the good work going gurl! :)

    Thanks

    Deepika

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  6. Hey Esha! Really pretty look! Yes need a tutorial for it !

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  7. hii eesha di lukkin smokin hotttt :)
    i have given you the versatile blog award, do check my blog
    http://prettyeyemakeup.blogspot.com/2011/12/prettyeyemakeup-awarded-versatile.html
    :)

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  8. I tried doing this luk for Christmas but totally failed:( BTW I have nominated your blog for the versatile blogger award as well. Check my blog http://aboutlipsticksandblushes.blogspot.com/..Congrats and loads of love :D

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  10. hey, this hot pink is not an easy shade to carry... but the whole look sits well on you...

    btw, i have a surprise waiting for you at my blog :)

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  11. I love the lip colour!!! Nicely done look!!!

    http://liantra.blogspot.com

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