Sultry Warm Orange Gold Eye look

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The Urban Decay Vice 4 palette is my favourite palette and it creates an infinite number of looks. This is just one of them with one of my favourite shades in the palette that is Bitten which is an orangey brown matte colour that can warm up and bring a pop to any look.

If you want to see how I created the look please read further.


Step 1 – I prepped the eyelids with MAC concealer in NC42 and a translucent powder to set the concealer.

Step 2 – I used the colour Framed all over the transition area.

Step 3 – I used the colour Bitten on the crease region to warm the look.

Step 4 – I used the colour Delete on the outer corners of the eyes and blended it into the crease and down onto the lower lashes.

Step 5 – I used Flame in the middle of the lid and blended it along in the inner corner of the eyes.

Step 6 – Then I used the colour Bones in the inner corner of the eyes to brighten up the inner corner and make the look come together. I also blended the same colour on the brow bone.

Step 7 – I filled in my brows with Maybelline Brow Powder

Step 8 – I completed the look with Inglot Gel Eyeliner in Black, Stila Mascara and Ardency Inn eyeliner in the waterline.

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