The Sunset Skies Look captures the rich, mesmerising colours of a soothing, glowing, Australian sky. The typical red-brown hues are particularly complimentary to green eyes
Step 1: Create Your Base Colour
Apply the Natural Illusion Pressed Eyeshadow in Sunrise all over the lid, blending back and forth using the Base Shadow Brush. This will brighten your eyes and intensify the colour of other eyeshadow shades used on top. It also creates a velvety finish to allow you to seamlessly blend your eyeshadows together.
Step 2: Contour The Eyes
Take the Natural Illusion Pressed Eyeshadow in Sunset, apply this to the outer corner of your eye lid and blend towards the centre of the lid using the Blending Brush, focus the colour on the outer corner of your eye and the crease. This will make your eyes appear deeper and will really define the shape of your eyes.
Dip the Smudge Brush into the same eyeshadow and bring the Sunset colour down to your lower lashline starting from the outer corner of your eyes towards the middle of your lower lashline, just like you would with an eyeliner.
Step 3: Hints Of Light
Dip the Base Shadow Brush into the Natural Illusion Pressed Eyeshadow in Sunrise and apply this in the inner corner of the eyes. Blend this colour into the lower lashline and up towards the crease for the ‘sunset effect’.
Step 4: Line The Eyes
Taking the Contour Eye Pencil in Black, Line the upper lashline focusing on the outer corner of your eyes. This will give you the illusion of fuller lashes and will bring out the colour of your eyes.
Step 5: A Few Coats To Go
Finish the look with a few coats of the Allure Defining Mascara in Black. This will give you intensified, lengthened and separated lashes in an instant while your lashes remain soft and flexible without any flaking.
Don’t forget to complete the look with a fascinator with hints of gold and a red dress to compliment.