Shimmer Taupe Winter Eyeshadow Look

I get asked A LOT to help people select Maskcara colors that work with eye looks they find on Pinterest, so I thought it would be fun to start a seasonal series on my blog where I'll share some looks I like, and the Maskcara eyeshadow colors you could use to create the look!

 Credit for this eyeshadow look goes to  @iheartmakeupart   For the record, this look is not my artistry, and these are not the actual products used to create the original look, but my take on it using Maskcara products.

Credit for this eyeshadow look goes to @iheartmakeupart

For the record, this look is not my artistry, and these are not the actual products used to create the original look, but my take on it using Maskcara products.

I loved this look and really think it's a beautiful look to transition you from after the holidays, but still in winter to spring. I think the subtle sort of lavender pink shimmer speaks a little bit to spring. Below is my recommendation to sort of recreate the look using Maskcara products:

  1. Start with an eyeshadow primer - you can use your personal highlight shade and Vanilla Dust as an eyeshadow primer.
  2. Use London as an all over color for your base. Taking it from the lash line to up above your crease area.
  3. Using a little bit of a light hand, apply Kin in your crease starting in the outer corner and blending in along your crease.
  4. Use a small flat brush, like the larger end of the Multitasker, to pack Bend and Snap all over your lid area.
  5. Use Pearl illuminator on your inner corner for that intense pop of white shimmer. If you want a bit less of a "white" look in that you could use Bend and Snap there also.
  6. Gently smoke out your lower lash line with Kin using a small brush, like the small end of the I Shadow Everything brush.
  7. Finish with doing either a winged liner (like she has in this picture) or your preference of liner and mascara.