So, how do you apply it? While a wash of Wild Shadow Pot in Auburn Envy is perfect when you’re in a rush, a little more time affords you a lightly-contoured nude eyeshadow look. The sculpting appears almost undetectable, but it makes your eyes look bigger and gives just enough glow to brighten your whole complexion. Here’s how to get the look…
Keep your eyeliner look soft with the lightest etching of Kohl Pencil in Brown. Nudge it just between the upper eyelashes to lend definition and a subtle lash-plumping effect.
Using the Masterpiece Nude Palette in Golden Nudes, apply the middle gold shade across the entire lid and along the lower lash line, taking it up to the socket for a gilded wash of colour. Apply the deeper bronze shade (sixth shade in) to the crease and blend for subtle contouring. Then, use your finger to tap the lightest shimmer on the inner corner of your eye.
Nude eyeshadow and polished brows are the ultimate no-makeup makeup pairing. Keep your arches groomed using the Brow Shaper eyebrow pencil to frame your eye look flawlessly. First, use the brush end of the pencil to tease strands upwards, revealing any sparse patches. Then fill by sketching the pencil in short, sharp strokes that mimic real hairs. Give brows one final brush-through, and you’ve got natural-looking fullness covered.
Full, fluttery, clump-free lashes are the goal when creating a nude eyeshadow look. Try Masterpiece Max Mascara, which creates up to four times your bare-lash volume in a single sweep. For an eye-opening effect, tuck the mascara brush right into the roots of lashes, then glide through to the tips, zig-zagging the wand as you go for even coverage.