I wanted to do another look using the Chocolate Bar Palette since I think it's such a useful palette to have. I have also been wearing smokey eyes a lot lately because they look a little more effortless and messy, which I like for summer. Keep following along if you wanna see how to create this easy, messy, brown smokey eye.
This is the look we'll be creating.
Prime your lids. I am using Lorac Behind the Scenes Eyeshadow Primer.
Apply Haute Chocolate (shimmer, neutral brown) to the outer two thirds of the lid. I use a MAC 242 for this step.
Apply Gilded Ganache (shimmer, dark olive-tinged brown), all over the lid and blend upwards. I use a Sigma E45 for this.
Blend Milk Chocolate (matte, mid tone neutral brown) from the crease to half way up the brow bone (or a bit further if that is your thing). I use a Sigma E40 for this step.
Time to get smokey! Take Triple Fudge (satiny, deep olive tinged brown) and place it along the lash line and into the crease. I use a pencil brush for this step.
Blend it out. I use a Mac 217 for this.
Add a bit of black along the lash line. I am using Saucebox Black Widow (matte, black) to really deepen this eye & use an angled brush to place.
Blend it out, but keep the color concentrated at the lash line. I use a pencil brush to blend so that I can just blend the edges so it stays nice and dark.
Blend more Triple Chocolate along the lid and blend upwards. I use a Mac 217 for this.
Use a pencil brush to line your lower lash line with Gilded Ganache.
Use a MAC 217 to blend it out. I enjoy blending it out pretty far, but blend to where you feel comfortable.
Take a Mac 217 and blend it out. I prefer a more blown out look, but you can always skip this step.
Add some Champagne Truffle (shimmer, white pearl with a pink shift) to the inner corner to highlight. I use a Sigma E45.
Take some more Champagne Truffle and run it on the brow bone. I use a Simga E60 for this step.
Add some mascara and your done. I also added House of Lashes Pixie Luxe lashes!