EOTD: Sunset Eyes

The warmer weather is coming back, and despite the clouds still being in the air, I decided to create a nice, sunsetty look to get in to the summer mood.


Of course, starting off with a nice good base to hide my veins and give the eyeshadow something to stick to, I’m using the Bourjois 123 CC Eye Cream. I then used our first shade from my Smashbox On The Rocks Photo OP Luxe eyeshadow palette, Sable, which will be our transition shade and just applied that into the crease as usual. I then went in with Ambient, which is one of my favourites from the palette, a coppery, super shiny/foily colour and applied that onto the inner half of my lid. I then filled the outer half of my lid up with Framboise to create that sunsetty look. I then kept on blending the shades together and going back in with both on the middle under they were blended into each other really well.


For the inner corners, I wanted something nice and shimmery which complemented the look and would really brighten up the eyes and make them look a lot bigger, so I took Cream, a gorgeous banana powder shade and just blended that into Ambient to make it all come together and look seamless.


I finished the look off with some Snow under the browbone, some of my Bourjois Contour Clubbing eyeliner pencil in their Purple colour under my lower lashline and applied my favourite L’Oreal False Lash Wings Midnight Black mascara in their blackest colour as well as some L’Oreal Gel Intenza in their darkest black shade, 01 Pure Black, once again.


13 thoughts on “EOTD: Sunset Eyes

  1. You’re Talented and so pretty! I ordered a load of bright coloured loose pigment eye shadows few months ago, I’m too scared to try them, I know practice makes perfect but I am useless! I can’t get over how well you’ve done your eye makeup!

    1. Ahh thank you so much! That really means a lot to me, you’re making me smile hahah! Just practice a lot with them and maybe start by just using them as a pop of colour under the eyes or in the inner corner or something, that really helped for me. 🙂

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