Anyways, lets get this show on the road!
First and foremost, apply primer to your eye lid up to the brow bone.
Apply a rusty, red color all over the lid with a paddle brush. Blend it out softly into the crease.
Use a deep purple in the crease, and blend out into a wing shape with a small paddle brush. Its important to blend this carefully and keep working with it until your happy. You also might want to use a makeup wipe to clean up the lower edge for a crisp line.
Use a small paddle brush to apply a shimmery rose gold color above the purple up to the brow bone. Blend down and around the inner corner of the eye (in a "C" shape) as well.
Apply a shimmery champagne highlight color with a medium paddle brush on the inner corner (near the tear duct) and just at the highest point of the brow arch. (Sorry this picture is so fuzzy!)
Use a gel or powder liner to create a long wing. I used a black eyeshadow on an angled liner brush.
Use a black eye liner in the lower water line, and smudge down onto the lower lashes. Apply the deep purple on top of the black liner and blend.
Curl your lashes and apply several coats of mascara.
I completed the look by applying bronzer as a contour under my cheek bones, along my temples and just under my lower lip.
I used a soft rose blush on my cheek bones and blended it softly into the hair line. I then applied a powder highlighter onto the tops of the cheek bones, my cupids bow and down the bridge of the nose.
On my lips, I kept it soft and neutral with a nude gloss.
List of products used:
Two Faced Shadow Insurance
Pur Beauty by Numbers palette # 9, 10 and 16 (gold, rust and purple)
Wet N Wild Vanity palette (champagne highlight)
Color Theory baked shadow in Black
Generic black eyeliner
Avon Super Shock Max mascara in Black
Rimmel Natural Bronzer in Sun Bronze
Wet N Wild Color Icon blush in Mellow Wine
Physicians Formula Pearl Highlighter
NYX Lipgloss in Sugar Pie