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Start with a primed eye. I used MAC Painterly Paintpot as well as a touch of Too Faced Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue on my lid. A sticky base like Glitter Glue will help the shadows adhere and appear more pigmented than they typically would.
Next, apply the champagne shadow to the inner lid.
To the outer lid, apply a purple base, then pack the purple shadow over the top. The purple base is NEEDED to get this level of pigmentation from this particular purple shadow. Blend the purple shadow inward toward the champagne.
To the outer V, apply a sparkling black, blending it with the purple. This will result in a smokey look.
Highlight your browbone with a matte cream eyeshadow. I'm using wet n wild's Brulee.
Along the bottom lashline apply a purple base, as well as a white one on the inner corner. The white is especially necessary with the sheerness of the e.l.f. white. However, the bases in general will aid in pigmentation and lasting power.
Apply the white shadow to the inner corner. Follow up with the purple shadow on the remainder of your lashline.
Next, add a touch of the sparkling black to the very outer portion of your bottom lashline, as well as along your lop lashline.
Finish off the look with foundation, mascara, and lashes if you'd like, and you're done!