A Copper & Plum Eye with Natasha Denona Sunset Mini

Posted by Christine


About this Look

Here’s a look using Natasha Denona’s new Sunset mini palette!

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner lid: Halo
  • Middle of lid: Sun Beam
  • Outer lid: Apollo
  • Crease: Guava
  • Deep crease: Dirty Mars
  • Above crease: Guava
  • Browbone: Halo
  • Lower lash line: Perversion, Halo, Sun Beam, Apollo 
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Lovely eye look, Christine! Could you let me know what brushes you used to complete this? I’m just starting to get into applying eyeshadow and want to start off with the best! Thanks!!

Hi Krystina,

Unfortunately, I don’t write down or keep track of what brushes I used in a particular look as I go through over a hundred brushes in a typical week, so it really varies!

If you are just starting, I’d recommend actually getting something cheaper with more shapes, so you can find out what works for you – no reason to spend a lot until you have a good idea of what shapes, styles, etc. work well for your eye shape and application/technique 🙂

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