Tutorial: Warm Copper Eyes

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Hey all! Today’s post is something for the full-fledged summer! Bronze and copper are huge for adding summer warmth, and I’ve come up with a look that is natural with a bit of shimmer. Read on for a tutorial that is perfect for a day poolside!

I’m returning to my bronzy Clinique duo because it is just too great for summer! This look is a bit close to my Bright Orange Lips eye look, but with an extra copper tone. The Colourpop Cream Gel Liner in Over Board is the perfect match for the rest of the warm look.

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I started with the basics: foundation, concealer, and brows.

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First, I added the lighter color in the duo all over my lids. This warm color is the perfect slightly shimmery base to any summer eye look in my opinion.

Next up was the darker shade in the palette. I applied this sloppily in my crease for a dimension effect and a warmer contrast.

This next part is where the copper comes it. I added the Colourpop liner to my lashline with a slight wing at the edge. This product really deepens up the look and makes things a bit more bold. I love this eyeliner. It is crazy easy to apply and stays on such a long time!

Finally, I added some mascara to my lashes. I used my Benefit Watt’s Up in the inner corners for an extra glimmery golden shine.

I added a bit of bronzer and blush to the face and finished off with a nude lipstick (Ofra’s Sao Paulo). This look is gorgeous and toned down for a chill summer day. Let me know what you think in the comments!

-Kate

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