The key to a Natural Look for Race Day is all in neutral tones and touches of Shimmering Lights. Let us take you through the steps on how you an achieve this look using just our most popular neutral shades from our Eye Collection.
Nude Look Collection
Step 1: Create Your Base Colour
Apply the Natural Illusion Pressed Eyeshadow in Dune to the lid using the Base Shadow Brush. This will brighten your eyes and intensify the colour of other eyeshadow shades used on top. It also creates a velvety finish to allow you to seamlessly blend your eyeshadows together.
Step 2: Contour The Eyes
Using Shade 2 of the Nude Natural Illusion Eyeshadow Trio with the 15 Blending Brush, start applying this shade to the middle of your eyelid blending into the outer corner of your eyes to enhance your eye shape. Bring this colour down towards the middle of your lower lashline and blend outwards towards the outer corner of your eyes to further define.
Step 3: Hints Of Light
Using Shade 1 of the Nude Natural Illusion Eyeshadow Trio, apply this to the inner corner of your eyes and blend this towards the middle of your top and bottom lashline to add a hint of light to your look. To further intensify the look use the Shimmering Sands Loose Eyeshadow in 01 White Sand to go over the same area. This will brighten your eyes and make you look more awake as well as bring out your natural eye colour.
Step 4: Line The Eyes
Taking the Contour Eye Pencil in 02 Brown, Line the upper lashline focusing on the outer corner of your eyes. Slightly extend your upper lashline into a subtle cateye and using the smudging tip of your Contour Eye Pencil, blend the eyeliner to soften the lines.
Step 5: A Few Coats To Go
Finish the look with a few coats of the Allure Defining Mascara in 01 Black. This will give you intensified, lengthened and separated lashes in an instant while your lashes remain soft and flexible without any flaking.
Don’t forget to complete the look with a neutral flower crown or fascinator, wispy waves and a light Spring dress to complement your eyes.