I don’t know about you, but when it comes to Valentines Day, I’m always overwhelmed by the vast amount of red and pink eyeshadow looks floating around the internet. Red and pink are definitely the defining colors of the holiday, but sometimes it can be cool to switch it up! So, in the spirit of expanding our Valentines Day makeup arsenal, I’ve created this sexy, sultry look that will catch your date’s attention while avoiding the clichés!
This date night makeup still incorporates the pink and purple tones that we love and expect, but is balanced by bronzy eyes that add a sophisticated touch. The best part of this look? Every product used on the eyes and lips is a drugstore buy! Blinging beauty on a budget?! You know I’m with it!
Learn how to achieve this bronzy budget beauty look by following these simple steps:
1. Prime the eyesTry: e.l.f. Studio Eyeshadow Primer $3
2. Apply a vibrant gold eyeshadow to first half of eyelid
Try: Milani Bella Eyes Gel Powder Eyeshadow in Bella Copper $4.49
3. Apply a bronze eyeshadow to second half of eyelid
Try: Milani Bella Eyes Gel Powder Eyeshadow in Bella Bronze $4.49
4. Blend out any harsh lines in the crease
5. Apply a shimmery pink eyeshadow in the inner corners of the eyes
Try: Milani Bella Eyes Gel Powder Eyeshadow in Bella Rose $4.49
6. Apply eyeliner in a cat-eye fashion
Try: e.l.f. Essential Liquid Eyeliner $17. Perfect your pout with pink lips! Try: CoverGirl Colorlicious Lipstick in 372 Divine Wine $5.94
Just add your favorite foundation, blush, and lashes and you’ll be ready to knock ’em dead for Valentines Day! Here are some more pics of the final look!
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