Gold Dusk- Eye makeup look

This is another look that I have created mixing a warm colour gold with a cool tone colour that is blue to create Gold Dusk.


It’s perfect for any festive occasion and with Diwali around the corner, this look is a twist to the regular bronze gold look.


Step 1: Use a gold eyeshadow and apply it all over the eyelid bringing it a little below the crease area of your eyes
Step 2: A subtle silver eyeshadow is used in the crease area as a transition shade
Step 3: Shade the outer corner of your eyes with first a light blue shade pulling it a little towards the crease
Step 4: using a darker blue shade lightly tap it at the corners to just give a little more effect ( remember to keep it light, you don’t want it to overshadow the gold but complement it)
Step 5: Line your eyes with an eyeliner and coat your eyelashes with your mascara

And here you have it




Products used:

  • Maybelline color tattoo in the colour Bold Gold (all over the eyelids)
  • NYX eyeshadow palette Super model from the Runway collection shades 1 for crease, 2 for outer corner till crease, 3 for outer corner, 4 as highlighter on brow bone.
  • Maybelline Gel eyeliner in black.
  • Loreal Paris 4D Lash Architect Mascara.
  • Rimmel Hide the blemish concealer.
  • Rimmel BB cream in medium.
  • Maybelline Dream liquid mousse foundation in the shade Light.
    (BB cream and foundation mixed to achieve marching shade)
  • Loreal True match foundation powder in the shade Golden Sand.
  • Lakme Day Sheer blush.
  • Maybelline Colorsensation lipstick Hooked on pink topped with Maybelline Moisture Extre lipstick in the shade Caramel.





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