I really liked how with this palette, you could get a nice dark sultry smokey eye, along with lots of neutral looks too. I went to a Bollywood dance show so I wore a slightly smokier look! I started with a good base, this time I used MAC Soft Ochre Paint Pot. I worked Lombardi as a base on the crease for an effortless blend. I then packed Wood onto the lid and slightly into the crease. This shade was the most difficult to work with out of them all. But once you had enough product on the lid to get a decent blend it was fine! I blended the edges of Wood into the crease and the outer V. To get a slightly softer blend I blended Abdul around the edges, which helps blur them into your skin tone. I finally blended Abdul into Lombardi just to soften the edges even more. With a pencil brush I lined my lower lash line with Wood, and then to add warmth, I mixed Lombardi and Rosen to the inner third of the lower lash line. Around the tear duct, due to the depth of the eyelid, I packed Malloy to brighten my eyes. Then with a flick of mascara, the look is complete!!
I loved this look!!! Would be perfect for a night out…even a date if you are lucky enough!!
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