So fall will soon be here, even though it sure doesn’t feel like it will be here anytime soon in Texas! Today’s look for you is a fall lorac pro palette look/tutorial that I think is actually really gorgeous. For some reason my camera doesn’t pick up too well on the beautiful colors on my eyes, but I went ahead and took a picture of the colors by themselves so you can get a better idea of what it looks like!
Very pretty colors together if you ask me! Here you’ll see them in the lorac pro palette as: garnet, gold, and deep purple.
These aren’t the only colors I used, but the only ones you’ll really need to recreate the look.
First, start out with a base color in the crease. I’d recommend using a nice matte taupey purple if you have it (I used tease from the Naked 2 Palette). After you might feel it necessary to blend it out a little with a matte nude color (I used Naked from the Naked Palette).
Take Deep Purple from the Lorac palette and work it into your crease. Be careful not to take it too far in. Concentrate it on the outer v and lash line. Blend out edges as necessary.
Using a finger other than your index finger (or a brush if you prefer), take Garnet and shade in your lid up to the purple, but don’t worry about blending the two colors right now. (At this point, you way want to add a little bit more Deep Purple).
Note: If your brush is a little dirty and is taking away from the purple color, go ahead and dip into a purple like Vice from the Vice Palette and just tap it on your outer v. This will add more dimension and color!
Take a small shader brush (or your pinky finger) and add in Gold to bridge the gap between Garnet and Deep Purple. Blend as necessary.
And that’s it! Here’s some pictures 🙂
And you can even wear it with glasses! I think it looks cute 🙂