About this Look
First time I was playing with the Viseart Bridal Satin palette. I normally do much bolder, more colorful looks, but it was a fun change of pace to do a neutral look.
Apply Viseart Champagne Eyeshadow above the socket line and diffuse with a soft blending brush. Using a crease brush, apply the Viseart Orange Topaz Eyeshadow into the crease and plend it down onto the mobile like. Using the first blending brush, blend both colors together so no visible line remains. Then using a small crease brush tip, gently press Viseart Cashmere Eyeshadow into the the socket line only going about half way across the eye. Stay aware not to blen the shadow to far towards the temple to pull the makeup look out. Continue to blend. Then, using the same brush, deepen the outer "V" of the eye with Viseart Velvet Eyeshadow, careful not to smoke out too much. Lay some additional Champagne eyeshadow from the inner socket to about the center of the eye with a flat shader brush. Using the same type of brush, pat the Viseart Pewter Eyeshadow on the center of the eye and gently blend towards both sides. Sweep the mix of the Cashmere and Velvet below the lower lashes and connect to the outer "V". Finish by tight lining with a brown pencil of choice and generous coats of lengthening mascara.