My seven step guide to perfect nighttime eyes
Apply eye primer, which sets your eyeshadow so the colour won’t fade, bleed or crease. With a flat eyeshadow brush, use a white shimmer shadow just under the arch of the brow to catch light and make the eyes look larger and pop.
With the eyes closed, use another flat shadow brush to apply a wash of warm golden shimmer across the lids and up to meet the brow highlighter.
It’s important at this stage to use an eyeshadow blending brush as it is key to creating the look. And once you get used to this brush you will be able to create beautifully blended eye make-up. Tips for using this brush; do not put too much pressure on the brush; if you are using it to blend colour across the crease, start on the outside using circular motions, then back and forth. Finally, for extra depth of warmth to the eye, use a light matte brown just slightly below the transition colour.
Using a bullet brush, blend a medium chocolate brown shade underneath the bottom lash line to create darkness under the eye and amp up the drama.
Using a dark brown/black eyeshadow, press at the outer corners just where the top and bottom of the eye meets.
Finally, add a kohl black eyeliner along the whole length of the bottom waterline to make the white of your eyes pop in contrast.
The finished look