FOTD: Pink, gold, and daring fuchsia

My go-to lipstick lately is my Revlon Colorburst in Fuchsia. For this look, I challenged myself to come up with an eyeshadow combination that will not clash with the loud lip. I thought of warm colors like gold and pink to flatter my skin tone as well as lend a hand in accentuating the fuchsia!

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Photo tutorial up ahead.

Step 1: Pat a warm pink eyeshadow (Urban Decay's Sphynx) all over the lid. 

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Step 2: Pat on a gold eyeshadow (Twice Baked) on the outer third of your lid.

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Step 3: From outside moving in, apply the gold on your crease. You may want to emphasize your crease more by using a dark brown eyeshadow, but for this look, I wanted to keep the eyes light so as not to match the loudness of the lip color. 

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This is how it should look like:

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Step 4: Highlight your browbone with a beige, satiny eyeshadow that's only a couple of shades lighter than your skintone. I used Revlon Satin finish in Sunlit Sparkle.

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Step 5: Apply a brown eyeliner (Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Bourbon). Shape eyebrows using brow powder (In2It brow kit)

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Step 6: Curl and use mascara!

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This is how it should look like:

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Step 7: Instead of using blush, just contour! You don't want too much pink on your face. The result:

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You can wear a less daring color with the eye look I detailed above. I suggest a brown pink shade or a nude one!