Step 1: Prime the eyes and throw on a light brown eye shade all over the lid. Then take a darker brown and start building this color in the crease. When you’re happy with the pigmentation, take a light nude color and swipe it across the brow bone, blending it with the dark brown crease color ever so softly. Blend to ensure that the shade transition is seamless, but be careful not to over blend.
Step 2: Load on a taupe silver glitter pigment on your fingertip and pack it on the eye lid. Next take a pointed eyeliner brush and line your eyes with black in the thinnest strokes you can manage. Also tight line. Put on a pair of natural false lashes and with a silver eyeshadow or pencil, line your lower waterline. Pop on a light silver eyeshadow on the inner corner of the eyes to open them up. Fill in the brows softly with a brow pencil lighter than your actual hair color.
Step 3: Choose a natural finish foundation and target your problem areas with spot concealing. Swipe on a light bronzer in the hollows of your cheekbone. Choose a subtle, pinkish-mauve blush and dust it lightly over the cheeks. Apply a nude lipstick with almost gray undertones and boom! You’re done!