((Makeup)) Lunasol Chocolate #03 – the subtle smokey eyes

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Lunasol Chocolate Series #03. It is a mysterious colorful mix of cool purple paired with cool earthy brown.

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Top left : matte coffee / bottom left : pearly greyish purple / top right : lightest pastel white / bottom right : darkest brown with golden prints of Lunasol

By appearance, it is like a genuine box of chocolate. Every detail is intricately crafted. The eye shadow palette itself has a sweet fragrance of chocolate.

Now let’s get started!

  1. Use pastel light color on top right and brush over entire lid and the area beneath the brow bone.
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The pearly white hue is great at adjusting the uneven skin tone on the lids; below is the look after applying the base color:
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(it brightens up the complexion, making it easier for us to layer on subsequent colors)

2. Use top left on the end corner of your eyes to create contouring. Then use bottom left color on the beginning of your eyes to create a brightening effect – making your eyes pop.

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3. The last step is to use the bottom right color (the darkest brown) as eye liner color along the lash line. Finally, use a clean eye shadow brush to blur the lines between the different layers.

We are done!

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Under white light/ natural light, the shadows seem like a mini-smokey eye look.

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The eyes are well-defined yet natural.

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Under room light or a warmer light setting, the shadows becomes a purple-ish with a mini-smoky eye effect. It’s elegant to wear for a day-look or a night-look.

I did this makeup eye look after work so I had the brown eye  liner on already. Turning it from day-look into an evening date-look is simple and easy. The transition is seamless and easy to pull off for anyone.

❤ I hope you enjoy the short read. Have a wonderful Thanks Giving

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