Red and Gold Eyeshadow Tutorial | Autumn Inspired

Red and Gold Eyeshadow Tutorial

Red and Gold Eyeshadow Tutorial
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! I know I have not been posting enough, That is due to personal issues with depression. I'm not going to let it hold me back anymore. I want this to become my career. I love doing it and I'd love if you could comment. My numbers are okay, I just don't get any comments or feedback. Even one word would be helpful at this point lol.

Today I was really inspired by the trees in my yard to create an eye look around. These colors are so beautiful in nature and I thought, hey why not try this color combo on my eyes. I am so in love with this look. I’m going to be sad when Fall is over and it won’t be in season! Here’s to hoping Winter has some beautiful and inspiring scenery!

Let’s get right into this look! Today’s eyeshadow look is really simple and easy to do. It uses only five shadows, from three different palettes. I know that's annoying, but initially I hadn't intended on blogging this look. I just loved it so much I had to! Keep in mind, you don’t have to use the exact eyeshadow palettes, just find some colors that are similar to help you achieve this look!

Red and Gold Eyeshadow Tutorial
To start out this look I primed my eyelids and set it with a cream color. I always do this, it creates a smooth surface to blend. To start building up the crease, I went in with a medium toned brown shade and brought it above to crease. I have hooded eyes, so I have to bring the shadow up higher to exaggerate my crease and make it look higher. If I didn't do this, all the color would be basically hidden. To start warming up the crease I used a cooler orangey red shade and built up the intensity a little at a time. It's so much easier to add color, than it is to take color away. To add depth I added a dark rusty red color in my outer third of my crease. Remember to use a little at a time to build up the depth. Now for the shiny glorious golden lid! I took the Gold 'highlight' in the Carli Bybel palette on a flat shader brush and wet it to intensify the shine. I pat the color on the inner two thirds of the lid, slowly blending it out a little at a time to soften edges. That's it, it was so simple and so beautiful I had to share it with you! Thank you all so much for stopping by and checking out this tutorial. I hope you love it as much as I do. Tell me what you want to see in the comments down below.

Products used today.
Hard Candy Eyeshadow Primer
Makeup Revolution #Slay Palette
BH Cosmetics Carli Bybel Palette
BH Cosmetics Shaaanxo Palette
Broadway Beauty Eyebrow pencil, Black / Brown
Broadway Colors Lengthening Mascara in Black
Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof pencil liner, Sparkling Black

Maybelline Baby Skin Instant matte primer
Maybelline Fit Me Matte + Poreless Foundation, Porcelain 110
Revlon Colorstay Combo / Oily, in 200 Nude
Coty Airspun Face Powder, Naturally Neutral
Wet n Wild Contouring and Highlight palette, Dulce De Leche
BH Cosmetics Carli Bybel Highlight, Light nude shade
E.L.F. Cosmetics Makeup Mist & Set

J Cat Beauty Lipfinity Matte Kissproof Lip in Champagne Buzz

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