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2. Now use your little finger or a brush to smudge on some black cream eyeliner across your lid. Any black eyeliner will work just fine, since it doesn't matte how well you blend it at all. Just try to make the lashline the darkest area.
3. Use a brush to press a matte, dark brown over the entire lid. No need to worry about blending yet...
4. Buff a light eyeshadow, similar to your skin colour from the crease to the brow. Then extend the dark brown eyeshadow up past the crease, the outer edge should be higher that the inner.
5. Blend a rusted, shimmering orange over the upper edge of the dark brown and into the highlight.
6. Use a regular eyeshadow brush or blending brush to apply a thick line of orange eyeshadow along the lower lashline.
7. Smudge some more black eyeliner close to the lower lashine, and blend lightly outwards into the orange.
8. Apply black eyeliner to the waterline (and tightline if you so wish), mascara your lashes and fill in your brows.
I USED: UDPP, E.L.F cream eyeliner, MUA dark brown, Sassy Minerals 'Understated', Fyrinnae 'Third Wish', GOSH black pencil eyeliner, Maybelline 'Falsies' mascara.
Misc. Tips - The fluffier the brush - generally the easier the blending. Fluffy pencil brushes are fabulous for the crease. If wearing warm colours on the eyes, use them on the cheeks and lips too. The most flattering blush and lip colours to pair with orange are peach, beige and soft bronze. If your eyes are dramatic, use a light coverage of foundation or risk looking like Jordan. I think huge falsies date smokey eyes - go for a layer of mascara or natural looking falsies. If your eyes are shimmering and blingy - go for matte lips and visa versa.
Who's still gonna be rockin' the smokey eyes with me this Spring? Will you be wearing orange? What do you think of orange lips?