Since I've filmed an actual tutorial.
Sitting down in front of a camera, behind a makeshift wall and playing around with makeup. Quiet among the lights, just excited to play with eyeshadows. Shadows from ABH's Modern Renaissance Palette specifically. When it arrived, I knew I had to create a look with it.
And filmed the process.
P R O D U C T S M E N T I O N E D :
| Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette in Warm Taupe, Buon Fresco, Love Letter, Red Ochre, Tempera, Vermeer & Cyprus Umber | r e v i e w e d
| MAC Paint Pot in Soft Ochre | m e n t i o n e d
| Essence Long Lasting Pencil in 02 Hot Chocolate
| NYX Gel Liner in 01 Jet Black
| Elise False Eyelashes in No. 4533
| MAC Prep & Prime Fix+
| NYX Concealer Jar in Yellow
| Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation in Shade 2.0 & 3.0 | r e v i e w e d
| MAC Select Cover-Up in NC 20
| Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder
| Essence All About Matt! Translucent Powder
| ColourPop Super Shock Highlighter in Wisp | m e n t i o n e d
| Makeup Geek Contour Pan in Love Triangle | m e n t i o n e d
| Essence Silky Touch Blush in 40 Natural Beauty
| NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream in Abu Dhabi
I love a good halo eye. When blended right, it looks like a spotlight on your eyes. And what a better way to feature the Modern Renaissance Palette than creating a spotlight around it?
I used only shades from the Modern Renaissance palette since I wanted to highlight their diversity. Excitement compelled me to play with the berry tones. I rarely use pinks and plums on my lids, noted to be too bold for everyday. But these shades blend so seamlessly into a halo eye.
So what do you think of halo eyes?