Eye Love Summer: Glam Neutrals

Our second look for Eye Love Summer is finally anchored down! We know, we know… you’ve been d-EYEing to try it. For this edition, we headed down to our Fillmore Benefit boutique where the lovely Amanda Storey helped us create this day-to-date look that’s all about glam. We stuck with our Core Color powder shadows, creaseless creams & everyday favorites like fakeup and they’re real! to create a really wearable & versatile take on the smokey neutral eye.



Benefit Beauty Artist Tip: Always start light, adding a little shadow at a time. It’s a lot easier to add more gradually, opposed to taking everything off and starting over!

Step 1: Lightly sweep pinky swear under the highest point of your brow’s arch.



Step 2: Apply no pressure from lash line to the crease of your eye with a cream shadow brush. Softly blend the edges upward toward the brow.



Step 3: With the powder shadow brush gently blend quick look busy into your crease and toward the outer corners of the eye. Add a little shadow on the lower lash line for added definition.



Step 4: Make small dots between your lashes on the upper lash line with BADgal waterproof liner in black. Using the smudge sponge, blend the dots to create a soft smokey line. Repeat the dots and smudging under your lower lash line.



Step 5: Apply fakeup, our hydrating creaseless concealer, to your under eye for extra brightness.



Step 6: Load up both upper and lower lashes with they’re real! mascara.






Last minute date plans? Sex it up by adding a touch more quick look busy in the crease and to the lower lash line. Finish off by darkening your smokey line of BADgal waterproof liner and 2 more coats of they’re real!. Where would you wear this look to?

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  1. Ivan says:

    Glad to hear the walking, and the taknilg, and the wind blowing in your face there at the end.Yes, the new year is coming close 2 weeks away, now. And at least one of those days is kinda fubar’d, with it being Christmas and all.Still, 2 more weeks, and you have a fresh shiny New Year ahead of you, full of chances and changes and possibilities! Now that you have production under your control, rolling out Double, Captain’s, and Owner’s out, followed by South Coast, and Hermit, and then comes Cape Grace (I hope but honestly, if you find something else forces you to write it, well, I shan’t argue too much unless it’s another *BLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP*’ing romantic vampire/werewolf story. Sorry Buffy did it right (for the most part), Lestat and Twilight showed how to get it about as wrong as you can It’s like Ish Goes To College though I still think there’s room now for at least one volume from the Instructor’s side, instead of the student side. Ishmael has handled, for the most part, people who *want* to learn, and one case of a person with trouble testing, but still wanted to learn but how does he handle the idiots who think they know it all, already, especially when they end up risking lives showing off? Or the kids who are just there because their parents made them, and they really don’t want to be, so they do just the absolute minimum to get by?But you’ve shown some amazing work in the Steampunk genre (not one of my favorites, due to the overly exposed sense of affected drama. You’ve still got a lot of room between A Light In The Dark, and the glittering sinful lights of Odin’s Outpost

  2. Kelsey Herrera says:

    I like it is beautiful for this summer

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