Get the look : Ombre Nudes
Posted on August 08 2015
BECCA's Ombre Nudes campaign is inspired by a relaxed, natural approach to make-up. This effortless look centres on eyes that are sculpted with rich neutral shades ranging from nude to chocolate.
Warm a pea-sized amount of Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector™ between your fingertips and pat onto targeted areas of concern, like the forehead, nose and chin.
Using The One Perfecting Brush buff Ever-Matte Shine Proof Foundation into the skin starting in the center of the face and working out.
Apply a small amount of Radiant Skin Creamy Concealer under the eyes and around the nose if additional coverage is needed.
Add half a pump of Shimmering Skin Perfector™ in Opal to The One Perfecting Brush and trace the letter C around your eye in 1 continuous sweep. Start at the middle of your forehead and sweep all the way around the temple and on top of the cheekbone. Repeat motion as necessary, until product is blended.
Using The One Perfecting Brush buff a sheer layer of Mineral Blush in Wild Honey onto the apples of the cheeks and sweep back toward the temples.
Using fingers or an eyeshadow brush, apply the #2 shade from the Ombre Nudes Palette all over the lid, extending colour to just beyond the crease.
Blend the #3 shade from the same palette into the outer corner of the lid, beginning at the lash line and finishing softly at the crease.
Optional step 3: Gently work the #4 shade into the crease, blending seamlessly to define the socket.
Optional step 4: For added smolder smudge the #5 shade along the bottom lash line.
Highlight the inner corners of the eyes (around the tear ducts) with the #1 shade.
With soft strokes, line the upper and lower lash line with Automatic Eye Liner in Majorca.
Finish the eyes with 1-2 coasts of Ultimate Mascara in Black applied to the top and bottom lashes, wiggling the wand back and forth from the lash base to the tips.
Complete the look with Ultimate Colour Gloss in Miami Vice, apply 1-2 coats to the centre of the lips and blend outwards.