|The finished look - red eyeshadow with grey in crease.|
Next I put on black liner, again with my MAC Penultimate liner, starting from the center and going out, then filling in the inside corner. After that I line the lower eyelid, and put mascara on top and bottom.
After that I brushed and colored my brows. It feels so good to have neat, groomed brows again! (Thank you to Janet at Philip Pelusi Salon in Cranberry, PA)
You could stop here. I think the red shadow and black liner look great by themselves, especially for daylight. If you want a more dramatic or evening look, you can add a dark shadow in the crease. I put dark grey shadow in the crease. You could also use black, but in my opinion one deep, striking color is enough. Especially on someone with fair skin. I used Laura Mercier's shadow and one of her crease brushes - those are the only kind I will use for putting shadow in the crease because they work perfectly.
|Laura Mercier eye shadow powder in Smoky Grey|
Then I use a fluffy brush to blend it out. And that's it. Wear a nude or pale pink lipstick and you'll look dramatically gorgeous.