Whenever I’ve used the Natasha Denona Mini Gold Palette in the past, I’ve always seemed to create the same safe kinds of looks with it and I wanted to try something different with it. I knew I wanted to do some sort of graphic winged liner using the deeper brown. The placement of most of the other shades was both an afterthought and an avoidance of placing them in the obvious ways.
Usually when I do a look that is not typical for me, my immediate reaction is that I don’t really like how it came out. This is one of those looks.
Where each shade is used:
- Lodge – Applied this in the crease/transition area and on the inner third-ish of the lower lashline to start out. Later in the look, I placed this on the center of the lid.
- Dark Sepia – Used a small angled brush to create a sort of double wing on both the inner and outer part of the eye.
- Bia – I placed this between the wings on the inner corner with a pencil brush and feathered the side next to the bridge of my nose.
- Antheia – On the upper part of my eye, this is placed over Lodge in the outer crease and then swept upward toward the inner part of my brow. It is also placed on the outer lower lashline.
- D’Or – Inner/outer corner accent