A Gold & Plum Eye with Anastasia Eyeshadows

Posted by Christine


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About this Look

Here’s a look I put together using Anastasia’s Modern Renaissance palette along with a few of the new-for-summer singles. I wanted something warmer but more pink/plum-based to coordinate with the Hourglass Confession lipsticks I was swatching.

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner lid: Primavera
  • Middle of lid: Sunset
  • Outer lid: Cyprus Umber
  • Crease:  Venetian Red
  • Deep crease:  Love Letter
  • Above crease: Burnt Orange
  • Brow bone:  Tempera
  • Lower lash line:  Perversion, Ballet, Gemstone
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That is haute! Yeah, I obviously ❤ it. This would look perfect with Saturday’s outfit that I’ll be wearing to Tucson. Not sure how well it’ll turn out with my groggy 5 a.m. brain, LoL!

Ultra beautiful and skilled! I think both the single abhs are on the short list for my next collection project. If abh won’t do a totally cool palette, with your help, I can pull together an eighter. Not highly pricey per pan, either. Pricier than a premade, but best way for singles. I really like the thinking and planning part of m/u…which you excel at. Thanks so much for such fun.

This is a gorgeous eye look! I love the colors that were incorporated into it, especially the pop of purple on the lower lashline.

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