Burnt Orange Make Up Look | Modern Renaissance Palette

 

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As promised I’d do a burnt orange make up look from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Palette, Modern Renaissance. I am absolutely loving orange shades right now, and i’m completely digging this look! Orange isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but once you try it, you’ll fall in love!

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Step 1. I used the shade Raw Sienna and applied this on the crease of my lid, this doesn’t need to be perfect as I’ll be going over this with a darker shade, Realgar which is the darkest orange of this palette. This really makes your eyes stand out, and you really don’t need too much of this colour as it’s really pigmented. Remember to blend them both together as there is nothing worse with it looks really blocky.

Step 2. Using the shade Burnt Orange, I apply this all over the rest of my lid, apart from the inner corners of my eyes, as I apply Primavera to the inner corners to make this make up look stand out. This shade really makes your eyes pop and the metallic through this shadow makes all the difference.

Step 3. I then blend, blend, blend until I am happy with the results. I then use The Body Shop Liquid Eyeliner in black. You don’t need to do this in any specific way, but I made my eyeliner with a feline flick, going thin and ending up thick on the outer corner of my eyes. A quick tip is to put tape underneath your eyes to make sure the feline flick is straight.

Step 4. I then use the Eylure Natural Lashes No 20. I love fluttery eye lashes and this really brings the whole look together. Lastly, I use Maybelline ‘The Falsies’ Mascara on my top and bottom lashes and Avon black eyeliner on my waterline.
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 What are your favourite make up looks from the Modern Renaissance Palette?

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