Tutorial: Reflective Bronze Eyeshadow


Hi all and happy Wednesday! Today I had another post planned, but I decided to do an impromptu tutorial instead! I tried this look on a whim last Saturday and instantly fell in love. Believe it or not, this look only requires two colors and it’s really easy! Read on for more.

The two main eye products I used for this tutorial are the Maybelline Color Tattoo in Bad to the Bronze and the Loreal Infallible 24 HR Eye Shadow in Amber Rush. I saw a beauty vlogger talking about layering brown and rose gold, so I thought I would give it a try!

First, I messily layered Bad to the Bronze all over my lid. I love this color for a one eyeshadow look because it has a lot of dimension. Any bronze/brown color is fantastic. The cream texture of the makeup also helps because it sets well and you can easily layer on color.

Next up was Amber Rush. This rose gold color is beautiful, but I’ve had trouble getting the pigment to show up well. Turns out, layering it over bronze is a great idea! I put a pop of this color in the middle of the lid to create a reflective effect. The rose gold color just adds more shine to the natural places where the light hits.

Last, I used some black eyeliner to line my eyes a bit and added mascara. With just those simple steps, the eyes were done! I am loving this look because it really stands out, but is also really easy to do! All I had to finish was my face makeup.

For my face makeup, I wore the Tarte Amazonian Clay Airbrush Foundation, the Tarte CC Eye Corrector, and a bit of the Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil Bronzer. I skipped the lipstick for a more casual look, but you could doll it up with a nice warm red or pink. This look is extremely simple, but I think it would be perfect for a night out or brunch date with the girls! Thanks for reading!


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  1. Pingback: Look of the Month: July 2016 | KateFish

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