Soft Sultry Eyes with Maybelline

Today's post is a beauty post alongside Maybelline (some of my favorite type of content to create is beauty, but it's also some of the hardest type to get together). All the products used are available at drugstores, and are affordable.

For this look, I used their newly launched 24 Karat Nudes Palette to create a romantic soft sultry eye that is really easy to recreate!


For the base shadow I applied the iridescent soft brown shadow (top row - 4th shade). Then I went ahead and on the outer V of the eye lid, I applied a darker chocolate brown (bottom row - 5th shade). I applied this color with a blending brush to make sure everything blended out properly. I also took this color a bit into the crease area for some dimension.

This palette has 12 (all) shimmering sultry shades and I love the formula of these shadows. They are not only long lasting, but the color pay off is great as well.

This step is probably the hardest in this whole eye look if you aren't familiar with winging out your liner. But, don't fret! The Master Precise Liquid Ink Pen Liner has been one of my favorites for a very long time. When I first started learning how to wing out my liner, I always used this specific product! The fact that it's in a pen form, and it has a detailed sharp felt tip just makes the process a lot easier.

The tip of this liner is so thin that helps you navigate exactly where you want to wing to start and end. For this specific look, I wanted to keep the liner thin, simple,  and only on the outer edge. This is definitely one of my signature looks you can always catch me wearing.

Lastly, I always apply mascara. I first like to curl them (just to enhance) and then apply my Colossal Big Shot Express mascara. This was my first time trying this mascara and I loved it! I am personally a huge fan of mascaras, so I'm always testing the market for new ones; high end and drugstore finds.

Naturally I do have a lot of lashes, but I always add falsies to enhance them and with just applying two coats of this I really felt like I did not need my false lashes for that extra detail.

Until next post,


This post is sponsored by Maybelline. All opinions expressed are my own


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