This is for those of you who either can’t wear a costume to work or don’t feel like it, but still want to do something festive! For the rest of us, don’t forget to revisit Halloween Beauty Help and Halloween Beauty Help Part Two! Today’s look is simple if you break it down and actually very wearable if you pair it with a nude lip (peachy nude or pinky nude to add a little life) and a light peach cheek. And it lets everyone know you love Halloween, even if you can’t dress up for it! Here’s how:
- Peach Eyeshadow — I used Lime Crime The Eye Palette’s Macarooned because it’s a gorgeous matte shadow, but you could easily use a light peach blush!
- Copper Eyeshadow — I used Lime Crime The Eye Palette’s Incantation because it’s a metallic copper shade that complements the peach beautifully.
- Purple Eyeshadow — I used Covergirl Flamed Out Shadow Pot’s Blazing Purple because it’s blazing!
- Your Favorite Mascara — I used Eyeko Curvy Brush Mascara because I’m obsessed with it right now (it’s creates tubes around each lash with fibers and gives you gorgeous thick and curled lashes.
- A Black Kajal Liner — I used Tarte Skinny SmolderEYES Waterproof Liner in Onyx because it’s intensely pigmented to make the eyes look really piercing.
- A Highlighting Eyeshadow — I used Bobbi Brown Shimmer Wash Eye Shadow’s Champagne as it’s a perfectly pearlized shimmer shadow.
- Apply the peach shade all over the lid.
- Apply the copper shade in the crease.
- Also sweep the copper shade along the lower lash line.
- Wet an angled liner brush and dip it in the purple shadow. Trace it along the upper lashline then flick it up and out for a cat eye effect.
- Line the lower lash line with the purple eye shadow as well.
- Apply a couple coats of mascara.
- Rim the inner waterline with the Black Kajal Liner.
- Stamp the highlighting shadow on the inner corner to brighten and separate the eyes.