This look pairs a soft metallic smoky eye with a muted cherry lip stain so you can feast away without worrying about touch-ups.
For the eyes, I’m using the palette of all palettes, the LORAC Pro Palette. If you are only going to buy one palette in your lifetime, this should be it.
- Begin by sweeping a warm brown color like Taupe from the LORAC Pro Palette along your crease with a fluffy crease brush. This will serve as a transition color.
- Next, pat a rich gold shadow such as Gold from the LORAC Pro Palette onto the entire lid.
- Now take a rich, almost rust-like color—I used Garnet from the LORAC Pro Palette—and use a blending brush to sweep it from the outer corner into the crease.
- Next, take a smaller crease brush and dip into a reddish brown hue like Sable from the LORAC Pro Palette. Blend this into the crease, keeping it confined.
- Use a clean crease brush to soften the top edge.
- Now, grab a creamy dark brown eye liner like Sephora’s Waterproof 12HR Wear Contour Pencil in Tiramisu and sketch along the top lash line. Use a firm pencil brush to soften and smudge this line.
- Take that same pencil brush and drag the Sable color along lower lash line.
- Coat your top and bottom lashes with a mascara like LORAC’s Cobra Mascara.
- Complete your look with a stain and a nude, cocoa gloss like Revlon’s Just Bitten Balm Stain and L’Oreal Colour Riche Gloss.
Watch my video tutorial below for a demonstration of these steps.
To create this look I used these 5 products:
- LORAC Pro Palette
- Sephora Waterproof 12HR Wear Contour Pencil in Tirimisu
- LORAC Cobra Mascara
- Revlon Just Bitten Balm Stain in Romantic
- L’Oreal Colour Riche Gloss in Chocolate Obsession
If you’re looking for more holiday looks, check out the cranberry cream shadow eye look I did last year.