[Requested] MAC Rose Gold pigment tutorial: Smoldering Russet Eye for Fall
This is a very warm eye look that works on pretty much everyone, but can bring out blue, grey and green eyes. If you don’t have blue/grey/green eyes, it’s still a beautiful look for light to dark skin tones. Don’t ever limit yourself too much based on these “color rules” because remember you are more than your eye color!
you can wear 2 ways depending on how dramatic it is and how much lid space you have.
- If you don’t have much lid space, you can go ahead and fade the dark brown all the way up to your brows.
- If you have a lot of lid space, going all the way up to the brows could look extremely dramatic, so if you want to control the drama, just blend up slightly past the hollow of your socket line.
Base - Maybelline Color Tattoo in Tough as Taupe
Deep plum-brown shadow: Shu Uemura ME 761 (Alternative: MAC Satin Taupe is a cooler brown, and MAC Antiqued is a more dramatic wine-brown)
Coppery duochrome shadow: MAC Rose Gold pigment
Pale white-gold: (plenty of options!) Coastal Scents Elven Gold hot pot, MAC Vanilla pigment, Urban Decay Vanilla eyeshadow, Shu Uemura IR 811
Black liner: Essence I Heart Rock Gloss Eye Pencil (or any very soft pigmented black liner; Maybelline Master Drama and Lancome Le Stylo Pencil are very good and last better than the Essence one I used)
Black mascara - Clinique High Impact mascara in Black