Think Autumn in New York: with smoky, chestnut eyes and popping pink lips. Perfect for date night, or a sophisticated cocktail party.
We worked with makeup artist, Emily Wood, to bring you this tutorial. Alongside your base essentials and tools, you can recreate this look, demonstrated here on Karen, with our customisable, sustainable Colour Palette.
"Keep the waterline empty to create the illusion of wide eyes!"
STEP BY STEP GUIDE
To ace the base, apply Beauty Booster over the face using the domed end of your Precision Face Brush. For any areas needing a little more coverage, apply and blend a touch of Illuma Light Concealer with your Flat Detailing Brush.
To prepare for a sultry eye look, apply a base of Silk Gel Liner in Brown to your crease and lash line and blend out with the large side of your Flat Detailing Brush. By making your crease slightly tacky, you’re helping to intensify the pigment and improve the durability of the eyeshadow you apply afterwards. Now, take the fluffy side of your Eye Shadow Brush and apply Eyes On You in Chestnut over the liner.
To finish the eyes, apply a few coats of Fixing Gel Mascara in Black and sweep over your Lash Extension Fibres for double the drama. To accentuate and define your brows, brush them through with the spoolie end of your 3in1 Eye Brush before using the angled end to fill them with Brow Boss.
Using your Kabuki Brush, sweep away any excess shadow from the skin, before buffing Mineral Foundation all over the face to mattify any shine.
To add chai-spiced warmth, swish the domed end of your Precision Face Brush through your Jet Set and sweep over the natural contours of your face – focusing on your cheekbones and temples. Then, using the pointed end of the same brush, add a pop of radiance with Way To Glow on your cheekbones and the bridge of your nose.
For a wonderfully rosy glow, smile in the mirror and add a pop Blush Crush to the apples of your cheeks and the bridge of your nose, using your Powder Brush.
Finally, for a lip look that lasts, apply a coat of Lip Stain in Pink Bloom. Remember to wait for it to dry before diving in for a second or third layer!