I used Museum Bronze pigment (LE) on lid, Ricepaper eyeshadow on inner lid, Goldmine eyeshadow on middle of lid, Carbon (LIGHTLY!) on outer lid, Espresso eyeshadow on outer crease, Copperbeam pigment (LE) on outer crease, Ricepaper eyeshadow on brow to highlight, Graphblack technakohl on upper lash line (then smudged), UD Stash 24/7 liner on lower lash line, and Plushlash mascara on lashes. I had Margin blush with Other Worldly blush (LE) on cheeks. I wore Tiger Tiger lipstick (LE) and Rosy Coral (PRO) pro gloss on my lips.** These are recommendations for dupes based on permanent colors available – may not necessarily be identical; they are the closest I can think of!Museum Bronze = Bronze; Copperbeam = Antiqued + Cranberry; Other Worldly = Raizin; Tiger Tiger = CherishNow, get step-by-step directions on how to get this look for yourself!1. Start with a bare eye.2. Using water-based mixing medium, dampen your brush and then apply Museum Bronze pigment all over lid.3. With the 239, apply Ricepaper eyeshadow to the inner third of the lid.4. This is what you should have.5. Using your 239 brush, apply Goldmine eyeshadow to the middle of the lid.6. This is what you should have.7. Apply Espresso eyeshadow on outer third of lid.8. Pull the brush outwards.9. This is what you should have.10. Apply Copperbeam pigment in outer crease.11. Pull outwards to blend the crease out.12. This is what you should have.13. Apply Ricepaper eyeshadow using the 239 brush to highlight the brow bone.14. This is what you should have.15. Apply a tap of Carbon eyeshadow into the outer crease.16. This is what you should have.17. Apply a tap of Carbon eyeshadow to the outer lid to darken.18. This is what you should have.19. You can darken the outer lid as much as you want by slowly adding Carbon – I went back and added a bit more for my personal preference. Add black mascara and liner to complete look.