Yesterday I visited the Bloggers Hangout event in London (it was such a great event so go and check them out), and before getting ready I knew I wanted to something a little more glam than the usual day-to-day looks I go for. I was playing around for quite a long time and this is the look I came out with, which I now really love and want to wear more often! I paired a warm brown metallic eye with a matte nude lip for effortless and wearable daily glam. All of the products are linked below with a detailed description of how to get this gorgeous metallic brown eye look!

Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation in Shade 5
Maybelline Eraser Eye Concealer in Light – to highlight
Nars Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder – to bake
Benefit Hoola Bronzer – to contour
Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer
MAC Cream Colour Base in Hush – apply before highlight for even more glow
MAC Soft and Gentle
Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso
LORAC Behind The Scenes Eyeshadow Primer
Makeup Geek Shadows in “Latte”, “Cocoa Bear”, “Grandstand” and “Shimma Shimma”
Soap & Glory Liquid Liner Pen
Ariel Wispies

You can get this shadow look in 4 simple steps. First take the light matte brown shade Latte all the way through the crease and blend seamlessly. Next take the warm matte brown shade, Cocoa Bear on the same brush and run it through the outer third and outer corner of your crease. Pick up the Foiled eyeshadow in Grandstand, a warm metallic brown, on your finger and pack all over the lid. The foiled shadows are amazingly pigmented, I’ve never tried anything quite like it! Blend back through the crease with the same brush. Lastly, to make the inner corners of your eye pop and appear more awake, use the cream metallic shade Shimma Shimma in the inner corner with a pencil brush, or alternatively you can you your small finger.

Rimmel Lip Liner in Cappuccino
Too Faced Melted Lipstick in Melted Nude
Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Pucker Matte Lipstick in Supernude

I loved creating this look so much – which is your current favourite glam look?
Thanks for reading,

Megan ?




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