I’m bringing you a gorgeous copper and bronze smoky makeup look today using the Beautycounter Classic palette which is my favorite. I love all of the bronze, gold, and copper shades to play with in the Classic palette and knew it would be stunning to use on my eyes in order to make them pop. This eyeshadow design would work as a bridal makeup look, party, or night out on the town. These pretty shades would work well for any skin tone or eye color, so, make you sure you give it a try and follow my step-by-step instructions and tutorial for the easy smoky makeup with bronze and copper. Plus, make sure to check out the other makeup pairings that tie this entire look together.
What You Will Need: Copper and Bronze Smoky Eye Makeup Look
- Beautycounter Velvet Classic Eyeshadow Palette
- Black Eyeliner
- Ardell Whispies
- Eyeshadow Blender Brush
- Flat Eyeshadow Brush
- Liner Brush
Here is a total step-by-step tutorial for this rather easy tutorial. I know most people don’t want to spend a half hour doing makeup in the morning. So, this eyeshadow design only has a few steps, and really, it’s not all that complicated. You just want to make sure that you have the right cosmetics and tools to get started.
Step By Step Copper and Bronze Smoky Eye Makeup Tutorial
I am using the Beautycounter Velvet Eyeshadow Palette in Classic. You can find it through my personal consultant link, right here.
- With a eyeshadow blender brush, sweep Sienna into the contour of your eyelid.
- Next, sweep Sable into the contour of your eyelid and slightly into the outside corner of your eye.
- Press Burnished onto your entire eyelid.
- With a black eyeliner pencil, make small dots really close to your lashline both upper and lower and then smudge it with an angled eyeliner brush. You can also apply the liner on your waterline for added smoke.
- Last, curl your eyelashes, add false lashes if you want, or just your mascara.
Bronze and Copper Eyeshadow Look Makeup Pairings
Besides the Beautycounter Classic Eyeshadow palette, I am wearing a few other cosmetics to pull this whole look together. I wanted to keep everything very simple and classic but have gorgeous, glowing skin too. I applied my Beautycounter foundation in Sand and then applied the Beautycounter Bronzer in Dune. After that, I applied the Beautycounter Blush in Guava, then I highlighted my upper cheekbone with Beautycounter highlighter in HALO. Last, I applied Beautycounter lipgloss in Bellini.
I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial and if you have any questions regarding Beautycounter, joining my amazing team- feel free to reach out.
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