One of my favourite ways to wear the Dior 634 Golden Flower quint is as a smoky eye. This palette really brings out blue eyes. Normally I would incorporate a matte warm brown in my crease but I wanted to show you the look created using just the palette.
- Apply eyeshadow primer like Too Faced Shadow Insurance and apply a matte or demi matte skin toned colour from crease to brow.
- Apply the copper shade heavily on the entire lid.
- Apply the deep bronze shade on the outer corner of the eye and into the crease.
- Blend out the bronze into the crease.
- Apply the copper shade on the lower lash line and the deep bronze towards the outside of the lower lash line.
- Apply the champagne glitter shade in the centre of the palette to the inner corner of the eyes. You can really make this pop by using a sticky base. I did not do that here.
- Apply the ivory shade to the brow bone.
- Perfect brows, apply a deep brown eyeliner tightlined on upper waterline and close to upper lash line as well as on the outer part of you lower lash line.
I have been wearing variation of this look on a regular basis. I’ve really been loving this palette. Let me know if you’d like to see a similar tutorial with the other palette in the Dior Golden Winter Collection Golden Snow. You can find more from the Dior Golden Winter Holiday 2013 Collection here.
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