Take neutral to the next level with this brown glittery halo eye

Who doesn't love a neutral eye look? There's just something about bronze, brown and beige tones that always look classy and chic. But from time to time, neutral eye shadow can start feeling a bit dull. If you want to change up your style but stay firmly within neutral territory, this is the look for you.
By switching up your shadow placement and experimenting with texture, you can make neutrals fun again. A halo treatment makes your eyes appear bigger and brighter, and adding some glitter can take this look to the next level. If you thought neutral eye shadow styles were boring, this tutorial will prove you wrong!
- Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré Face & Body Moisturizer
- Smashbox Photo Finish Radiance Primer
- Urban Decay Brow Blade Waterproof Eyebrow Pencil & Ink Stain in "Neutral Nana"
- Smashbox 24 Hour Photo Finish Shadow Primer
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam Eyeshadow Palette
- L'Oreal Infallible 24-HR Eyeshadow in "Bronzed Taupe"
- Tarte Chrome Paint Shadow Pot in "Beach Bae"
- DUO Eyelash Glue
- NYX Professional Makeup Face & Body Glitter in "Bronze"
- MAC Studio Fix Fluid Foundation
- Tarte Double Duty Shape Tape Contour Concealer
- Huda Beauty Easy Bake Loose Baking & Setting Powder in "Pound Cake"
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Powder Bronzer in "Saddle"
- Colourpop Super Shock Blush in "Prenup"
- Sephora Collection 12hr Colorful Contour Eyeliner in "Black Lace"
- Milk Makeup Kush High Volume Mascara
- Maybelline Color Sensational The Mattes Lipstick in "Daringly Nude"
- Bare Minerals Gen Nude Buttercream Lip Gloss in "Totally"
- Urban Decay All-Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray
- Laura Geller Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator in "Gilded Honey"
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1. Prep your skin with a hydrating moisturizer.
2. Apply primer to your whole face with your fingers.
3. Fill in your eyebrows using a neutral-toned pencil.
4. Prep your eyelids for shadow using a primer.
5. Take a matte tan eye shadow (we used "Burnt Orange" from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam Eyeshadow Palette), and work into the crease using a fluffy brush.
6. Deepen the crease using a darker warm brown eye shadow (we used "Rustic" from the same Anastasia palette).
7. Use a deep chocolate brown (we used "Cyprus Umber" from the same Anastasia palette) to deepen the outer and inner corners of the crease.
8. Take a shimmery taupe pressed pigment, and apply using a flat brush to the center of your eyelid.
9. Apply a glittery gold pressed pigment over the top of the taupe shimmer to add an extra dimension.
10. Dab a small amount of eyelash glue on top of these two pigments, and press loose bronzer glitter over the area.
11. Use a buffing brush to apply a full coverage foundation to your skin. Blend in with a damp sponge.
12. Highlight your under-eyes with a concealer, and blend with the same sponge.
13. Set this concealer using loose powder.
14. Add dimension to your cheeks using a matte powder bronzer.
15. Apply a warm pink blush to the apples of your cheeks.
16. Apply the same dark warm brown eye shadow you used before to your lower lash line.
17. Deepen your lash line with dark chocolate brown eye shadow.
18. Line your waterline with a black kohl pencil.
19. Apply black mascara to your top and bottom lashes.
20. Apply a matte nude lipstick to your lips.
21. Finish with a slick of shiny nude lip gloss.
22. Spritz your face with a makeup setting mist to ensure your look lasts.
23. Finally, apply a shimmery gold highlighter to the tops of your cheekbones and the tip of your nose.

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