Tutorial – Moonbathe Look (Warm dark eye)
This tutorial is designed to show you how to create a fairly dark and dramatic eye using MAC’s recent Moonbathe collection as inspiration. It is full of deep raspberry colors and utilizes a gradient of color to work.
Skill Level: Moderate
Note: This tutorial is designed for more advanced users who grasp and understand the basic concepts of makeup application, blending, and other related techniques. I strongly suggest viewing some of the more detailed articles and tutorials that better describe basic techniques for less advanced users. To view a more detailed tutorial to gain a better understanding of the techniques applied here, please view this one or this one.
Eyes: Apricot Pink pigment (mixed with MAC’s water-based mixing medium as your base), Firespot eyeshadow (warm orange color), Cranberry eyeshadow (raspberry color), Sable Wrap eyeshadow (same as Saturnal eyeshadow, dirty dark olive green), Say Yeah (highlighter with pink undertones), Grain eyeshadow (highlighter with neutral undertones), Graphblack technakohl (black kohl liner), and black mascara.
Face: If you’d like to compliment the eyes, use Afterdusk blush (darker pink-purple) on apples of cheeks, Astral Rays glimmershimmer (creamy white-beige) on top of cheeks and temple, and Harmony blush (brown/gray) to contour cheeks.
Lips: For matching lips, try New York Apple lipstick (deep raspberry) with Moonbathe lipglass (peachy pink).
Apply Apricot Pink pigment all over lid and above crease.
Apply Firespot eyeshadow over Apricot Pink pigment on inner lid.
Apply Cranberry eyeshadow to middle of lid.
Apply Sable Wrap (or Saturnal) eyeshadow to outer lid and outer crease.
Apply Say Yeah eyeshadow above crease.
Apply Grain eyeshadow above.
Apply Sable Wrap eyeshadow to outer lower lash line and Firespot eyeshadow to inner to outer lower lash line.
This is your finished product.
To view more pictures of the finished product, please view the original look here.