Foundation/Base: MAC Moisture Cover Concealer, Bobbi Brown Foundation stick and the Bobbi Brown Skin Weightless Powder. I have used an orange concealer before other shades under my eyes to intensify the concealing.
Eyes: Considering the fact that this is a simple eye lining look I have used very neutral shades to contour my upper eye lid. On my upper eye lid I have used the shade “combust” from the Urban Decay Naked Smokey Eye palette. This is a matte skin toned shade to even out the upper eye lid. On the crease line I have used the shade “nooker” from the Urban Decay Naked Palette 3. This is a light brown matte shade. These two neutral shades kind of contour the upper eye lid before we start to line our eyes. I have used the Make Up For Ever aqua black gel eye liner to line my upper eye lid. Just eye lining takes time, or a steady hand to get it right, which I avoid. In the next step I have used the shade “carbon” by MAC and the MAC 219 pencil brush and smudged it. You can use any smudge brush that you want. This step makes the line neater. With this step you can control the thickness of the eye lining, but make sure that it’s most intense close to your lash line. I have used a champagne shade on my brow bone and set my eye brows with the MAC brow setter which looks like a transparent mascara. I completed my eye makeup with the Bobbi Brown Smokey eyes mascara.
Face: I contoured my face with MAC Matte Bronze. My blush on is “mocha” by MAC. I highlighted my face with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Gleam Palette, using the shade “crushed pearl” from it.
Lips: I have lined and filled out my lips with a nude lip liner. I have used the MAC liptensity shade “claretcast” which is a gift from my friend Dolon who is a wonderful lifestyle blogger. On top of this shade I have used the MAC Vamplify lip gloss in “what’s going on” to add shine to my lips.