Shock shadow makeup look

It can be all too easy to get stuck in a rut with your everyday makeup. Once you have a routine down pat, switching things up can simply seem more trouble than it's worth. And while it's great to have a routine you feel comfortable and confident with, by never changing things up, you could be missing out on something super fun and pretty.
A great way to shake things up that isn't too intimidating is by adding just one dramatic element to an otherwise everyday look. Red lips tend to be a classic option for this — but another fun twist is to add a super glittery, metallic eye shadow into the mix. When paired with neutral tones and glowing skin, a shock of metallic shadow can look surprisingly low-key and cool. Here's what you need to know.
- Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre Moisturizer
- Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask
- Tatcha Silk Canvas Primer
- Juvia's Place I Am Magic Velvety Matte Foundation
- Becca Aqua Luminous Perfecting Concealer
- Tarte Shape Tape Concealer
- Kat Von D Lock It Powder Foundation
- Huda Beauty Easy Bake Loose Setting Powder
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow
- Colourpop Eyeshadow (Cheap Date)
- Buxom Big Tease Plumping Mascara
- LA Girl Ultimate Intense Stay Autoliner
- Ofra Cosmetics Highlight (Glow Goals)
- MAC Cosmetics Blush (Gingerly)
- MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Powder
- Morphe Lip Gloss (Free Bird)
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1. Start by prepping the skin with a moisturizer. Apply a layer of lip balm to ensure lips are hydrated too.
2. Use a hydrating, smoothing primer to ensure your skin is ready for makeup.
3. Apply a full-coverage matte foundation using a flat-topped kabuki brush.
4. Use a hydrating, luminous concealer on the under eyes, and blend in using a beauty sponge.
5. Use a more full-coverage concealer to add brightness to the high points of the face, and blend using the same sponge.
6. Take a powder foundation a couple of shades too dark for your skin, and use it to contour your cheekbones.
7. Set your under-eye concealer using a brightening loose powder. Apply liberally, allow it to set, then brush off excess. Use the same technique underneath your cheekbone contour, along your jawline.
8. Fill in eyebrows using a pomade and an angled brush.
9. Take the powder foundation you used to contour on a fluffy brush and apply in the crease of the eye socket as your transition shade.
10. Use a super glittery metallic eye shadow across the whole lid.
11. Apply a dramatic black mascara. For even more volume, apply a pair of false eyelashes.
12. Take a nude kohl pencil and apply it to the waterline. This opens up eyes and makes them appear bigger and brighter.
13. Apply an intense gold highlighter to the cheekbones.
14. Apply a warm terracotta toned blush to the apples of the cheeks.
15. Use a matte pressed powder to set your face makeup and ensure it lasts.
16. Finish the look with a nude, shimmery lip gloss.