Inspired by the gold droplets we saw on the eyes of models backstage before the Zimmermann 2015 runway show, we loved the idea of a metallic shadow to make the eyes pop and appear more youthful, no matter the season. What we ended up with was a delightful winged look that is as wearable to the office as it is in the Seven Kingdoms.
Step 2. Use the same shadow underneath the lash line with the same brush.
Step 3. Wet the brush (very important) first to pick up more pigment. We used a Evian spritz bottle (2 sprays) and MAC Amber Lights Eyeshadowon inner corner's and extend to center of lid and under eye using an angled eyeshadow brush.
Step 4 and 5. Starting from center of lid and moving outward, apply a shimmery beige shadow outward on the lid and under the eye.
Step 6. Wet a stiff, angled brush (we used Anastasia Beverly Hills Mini Duo Angled Spooley/7 Brush) and draw a wing with M.A.C. Eyeshadow in Amber Lights in one swoop from outter corner of eye toward the temple.
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Photos by Kathryn Wirsing/Stephanie Stanley