AUTOPLAY
Eye Look Using The New ND Sunrise Palette
11 steps
Hello!
What you’ll need
Natasha Denona Sunrise Palette
I started by priming the lids with ND eyeprimer
1. I started by priming the lids with ND eyeprimer
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I’ve applied the shade called Morning to my entire lid to set the primer
2. I’ve applied the shade called Morning to my entire lid to set the primer
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Then I took the color called Morgan and used it as a transition color in my crease area
3. Then I took the color called Morgan and used it as a transition color in my crease area
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Now I took Jasper and applied it a little on the lower part of the crease for a smooth transition
4. Now I took Jasper and applied it a little on the lower part of the crease for a smooth transition
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I’m packing the shade Phlox, first with the finger and then with a flat brush! Sorry I sneezed ;)
5. I’m packing the shade Phlox, first with the finger and then with a flat brush! Sorry I sneezed ;)
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I took Jasper again to tighten the look together in the crease and blend everything together
6. I took Jasper again to tighten the look together in the crease and blend everything together
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Now I’m applying the shade Azalea to the inner corners using a flat dry brush
7. Now I’m applying the shade Azalea to the inner corners using a flat dry brush
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After finishing my face makeup I started my bottom lid applying Morgan all over it.
8. After finishing my face makeup I started my bottom lid applying Morgan all over it.
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Taking The shade Jasper, I’m smoking it out from the center to the outer corner of the eye
9. Taking The shade Jasper, I’m smoking it out from the center to the outer corner of the eye
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Taking the shade Clove, I’m adding some depth and definition to the top and bottom lids
10. Taking the shade Clove, I’m adding some depth and definition to the top and bottom lids
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Taking a small detail brush I’m applying the shade Azalea to the inner bottom corner of the lid
11. Taking a small detail brush I’m applying the shade Azalea to the inner bottom corner of the lid
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Thanks!