-Makeup for this should NEVER reach the eyebrow bone or extend past it.
-For the top lid, you need liquid eyeliner. If you don't have liquid, use pencil to fill in your lashes underneath the top lid. Also known as "tight lining".
Step 1: Apply a concealer or neutral lighter shade of eye shadow all over the top lid.
Notice how the model's eyelids have a lighter shade of color on them. (Below is original picture.)
Step 2: Start with a light layer of beach bronze eyeshadow all over the top lid.
Do not go too dark.
Step 3: Use a darker shade of brown and apply it to the outer corners of your eye.
Apply it to the outer region of the top lid (make wing is desirable). As you can see, the brown eye shadow is also used a little bit on the bottom lid. Make this part LIGHT. Do not make the color heavy on the bottom lid. Apply eye shadow as shown in the picture. The red is there as a guide.
Step 4: Use a beach plum shadow on the middle of the top eyelid.
Blend if needed.
*Note: Using a lighter color in the middle of the eyelid will create a 3D-ish look.
Step 5: Take a cream/topaz eyeliner and draw a line underneath the waterline.
Do not line your waterline or use white liner since this is a more neutral look. Creating a line underneath the water line will create a subtle definition to your eyes and make it seem "puffy" as this will make the eyes look bigger. Use the picture with the red lines as a guide. Blend if needed.
Step 6: With a liquid eyeliner, line your top lid starting from the inner corner out.
Then, extend the liner outwards to make a wing. Jut it out, do not go up or down. You can choose to make the wing thicker if you'd like.
If you do NOT have a liquid liner or do not like using it...either:
-Use black cream eye shadow (use edged brush).
Step 7: Apply mascara top and bottom.
For bottom, make a few light strokes.
For top, apply reasonably.
Step 8: LIPS!
Use a dark beige-pink infused matte lipstick and apply it overall the lips.
Step 9: Apply an orange-ish colored lipgloss over the lips.
Then dab and apply it more to the inner regions of the lips. Make the color in this area darker.
Step 10: With a pale darker pink blush or bronzer, apply it to the apples of your cheeks, down.
Blend if needed.