Add some drama with this rosé champagne eye shadow look

If you search for a dramatic eye shadow look online, you'll be absolutely inundated with an incredible range of options. But sometimes, having too much choice can end up being overwhelming, resulting in your sticking in your comfort zone again and again. Although there's nothing wrong with sticking to what you know, experimenting with makeup can (and should) be really fun.
One way to have a little more fun with makeup is to go for an unapologetically dramatic eye look. Sure, it may not be the most appropriate for the office or a family gathering, but this incredible look is amazing for when you want to make a statement. And the best part? It's actually deceptively easy to achieve.
- Eyebrow pomade (Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Ebony)
- Angled brush
- Full coverage foundation (Huda Beauty #FauxFilter Foundation)
- Flat eye shadow brush
- Domed eye shadow brush
- Neutral eye shadow base (MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Soft Ochre)
- Warm toned eye shadow palette (Bad Habit After Hours Palette)
- Two clean fluffy eye shadow brushes
- Liquid glitter eye shadow (Stila Shimmer & Glow Liquid Eye Shadow in Kitten)
- Shimmery gold eye shadow (Anastasia Modern Renaissance Palette in Primavera)
- Flat eyeshadow brush
- Shimmery pink pigment (P. Lousie Pigment in A Hint of Desire)
- Detailer brush
- Black liquid eyeliner (Kat Von D Tattoo Liner)
- Black kohl pencil (Wet n Wild Color Icon Kohl Liner Pencil)
- Black mascara (L'Oréal Voluminous Mascara)
- False eyelash strips
- Brown lip liner (NYX Slim Lip Pencil in Soft Brown)
- Nude lipstick (Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick in Audition)
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1. Use an angled brush and an eyebrow pomade to fill in eyebrows.
2. Dab a full coverage foundation on a small, flat eye shadow brush. Use this to outline your eyebrows and ensure they're fully defined. Blend the edges of the foundation with a domed eye shadow brush.
3. Apply a neutral eye shadow base across your entire lid with another flat eye shadow brush.
4. Use a warm, coral eye shadow shade on a fluffy brush to define the crease of your eye and lower lashline. The tutorial uses Flushed from the Bad Habit After Hours Palette. Apply a darker, burgundy shade on a clean fluffy brush (such as Cabaret) to add further depth to the crease.
5. Put a warm matte dark brown shade like Hickey on the same brush, and apply to the outer corner of each eye.
6. Apply a champagne colored liquid glitter eyeshadow to the inner half of each eyelid. Blend the edges with the same brush you used to apply the first coral shade.
7. Put shimmery gold eye shadow on a flat brush and press over the liquid glitter shadow to add extra shine.
8. Use a shimmery pink pigment and a small detailer brush to add more shimmer to your inner tear duct.
9. Add a dramatic wing with black liquid liner, and use a black kohl pencil to smoke out your lower lashline.
10. Apply black mascara to your top and bottom eyelashes. For even more drama, add a strip lash.
11. Apple a warm brown lip liner to the perimeters of your lips. Finish by filling in your lips with a matching brown-nude lipstick.

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