Monday, August 22, 2011

Fire Bronze

Hey everyone!

Fall is coming up, that means red autumn leaves are coming up too (I know I'm lame! lol). Anyway, I created this look called Fire Bronze, which can be one of your best fall everyday looks. It is very simple and quick!

Wanna know how to get this look? Lets get started with the eyes...

the finished look 
Fire Bronzzzzze

products I used

steps by steps
  1. Prime your eyes with Too Faced Eyeshadow Insurance simply with your finger. 
  2. Apply MAC Amber Lights all over your lid with a flat shader brush like Sigma E55
  3. Apply MAC Brown Down onto your crease with Sigma E35, focus on the outer corner (to darken it up!), then lightly blend it out back and forth.
  4. Add a highlighter under your brow for your browbone highlight. Use any light color, or color that matches with your your skin tone. MAC Brule is a pretty universal browbone highlighter. Use Sigma E40 to apply the eyeshadow. 
  5. Line your lower lash line with MAC Brown Down using Sigma E30
  6. Line your upper lash line with a black liquid eyeliner. Milani Liquid Eyeliner is easy to use! 
  7. Then, don't forget to line your water line too with a black pencil eyeliner. 
  8. Curl your lashes and apply Covergirl Lashblast Mascara in Black!
Easy enough? 

The face is so easy too! 

steps by steps
  1. Apply your foundation all over your face with Sigma F82. I used Lioele Triple Solutions BB Cream. 
  2. Conceal your dark circles with Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Medium. Apply it with Sigma F70, then blend it with your ring finger. 
  3. Pat Palladio Rice Powder in Natural with a powder puff or powder brush.
  4. Contour your cheeks with Benefit Hoola Bronzer with MAC 109. Apply it onto your temples, jawlines, and all over your neck too.
  5. Sweep MAC Mineralize Blush in Dainty in the apple of your cheeks with MAC 109
And you're done! 

How easy was it? :)

Some of things you might wanna know: 
  • MAC Amber Lights is such a unique and pretty color. It is peachy-gold color with shimmer. When the sun hits it, ohh so pretty! So it is a really worth buying. 
  • MAC Brown Down is not as unique as Amber Lights, it is a dark brown with a hint of red. You can purchase it for your collection, but you can use any dark brown eyeshadow. 
  • For blush, you can use any blush you want. But, if you have a peach blush or peachy-pink, it will be more suitable with this look :) You can find tons of peach blush in the drugstores. 
Leave a comment below how do you like the look! 

Happy trying! 


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