Easy Cranberry Rust Eye shadow Tutorial using Makeup Geek Pumpkin Spice Palette
Hello! I hope your day is going splendidly. Today I am showing you how to create this really easy, red eye shadow look in a step by step tutorial. I wanted to keep this tutorial easy, so I am only using a few brushes and the Makeup Geek Pumpkin Spice palette for the shadows. I have linked all the products used, and what I had on the rest of my face at the end of the post. I hope you like the make up tutorial. Let me know in the comments if you like to wear berry or red tones on your eyes!
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I have already primed my eyes with the Smashbox Photo finish 24hr primer and set with Mac Blanc Type. Use any shadow that is close to your skin tone. I apple both of these with a Simga E40. I am now grabbing Buffed from the Makeup Geek Pumpkin Spice palette and applying to the crease blending towards from from of my brow and along the lower lash line, all with the Sigma E40.
We’re going to deepen things up and add some dimension (this shape looks really cool with hooded eyes) with MUG Cheery Cola (matte, berry red) to keep the berry vibes. I am using a Hakuhodo J146 (small, rounded blending) to apply the MUG Cheery Cola along the lower lashline. Then I am adding more Cheery Cola wit ha Sigma E25 along the outer half of the crease and then into the socket under the front of the brow.
That’s it, it’s that easy. Add your favorite mascara, mine is the Maybelline Full N Soft , and you’ve completes this easy eye shadow look. It’s a great make up look for the fall season and will really pop against green eyes, but any eye color can wear this look. I hope you’ll try it out, and please #rebeccakshores to show me your looks!