Hello there guys, I hope you are doing well!
You may ask: “Why is there a blog post on a Tuesday?” Well, that’s because I am doing my second blogger collaboration! Today I am collaborating with the lovely Bella, who is a beauty blogger from the U.K.
Recently, she tweeted out asking if any bloggers would like to do a collab with her and I responded saying I would love to! I did not know her before that Tweet, but now I am in love with her blog! Please make sure to check it out here and subscribe while you’re there 😉
For this collab, we decided to do a sunset eye makeup look. I love doing these kinds of collabs because you get to see how both bloggers create a look using different makeup products. So if you want to see Bella’s look, make sure to visit her blog!
Without further ado, let’s get started!
Disclaimer: I am not a makeup artist, I learned how to apply makeup myself and thanks to tutorials online. I am not saying that there is only one way to apply a certain product, I am just explaining how I apply it. All opinions are my own as always and this post is not sponsored. This post contains affiliate links.
Before applying any makeup, I always make sure that my face is clean and moisturized.
Then, I prime my eyes using the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion. I love this product so much, I’ve mentioned it many times on my blog. I have the original one, I know they also have an anti-aging one and others with a bit of pigments. This makeup product helps to make your eyeshadow stay much longer and without creasing. I find it also makes the colors pop more!
Now, onto my favorite part, the eyeshadows!
For this sunset eye makeup look, one palette came straight to my mind. That’s right, it’s the brand new Urban Decay Naked Heat palette! When I first saw the picture of this palette I knew I needed to get it.
The colors are so beautiful, perfect for summer (and autumn too!). The price is quite high but you get a lot of colors and the quality is just great. The eyeshadow formula is super pigmented (like SUPER pigmented I actually had to be careful lolz) and aren’t too powdery. They last a long time without creasing but I still prefer to apply primer underneath them. You can create a lot of different makeup looks as well!
Apply the shade “Chaser” (number 1 on picture above) as a base shadow all over the lid. I used the Zoeva Luxe All Over Shader brush (222).
Apply the shade “Cayenne” (number 2 on picture above) as a transitioning shade in the crease. I used the Zoeva Luxe Soft Definer brush (227).
Apply the shade “En Fuego” (number 3 on picture above) to deepen the crease. I used the Zoeva Luxe Soft Definer brush (227).
Apply the shade “Ashes” (number 4 on picture above) in the outer corner to add drama. I used the Zoeva Luxe Petit Crease brush (231).
Apply the shade “Cayenne” (number 2 on picture above) on the outer 2/3rds of your lower lash line. I used the Real Techniques Accent Brush.
Apply the shade “En Fuego” (number 3 on picture above) on the outer 2 quarters of your lower lash line. I used the Real Techniques Accent Brush.
Apply the shade “Ashes” (number 4 on picture above) on the outer quarter of your lower lash line. I used the Real Techniques Accent Brush.
Apply the shade “Ounce” (number 5 on picture above) in the inner corner of your eye, center of the lid and brow bone to add some highlight. I used the Zoeva Luxe Petit Crease brush (231).
Finally, I applied some mascara. I used my favorite one of all time (that’s something!), the Benefit Roller Lash.
Here is the final look:
And there you go! That was my sunset makeup look, I really hope you liked it! Don’t hesitate to recreate this look or add your personal touch to it 🙂 I would love to see your recreations so please tag me on Instagram and/or Twitter so I can see your pictures!
Make sure to have a look at Bella’s makeup look over on her blog too!
Thank you so much for reading, I really appreciate it!
I wish you a very nice day/night and I will talk to you in my next blog post!
All the love,
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