level three: dramatic, deep-set eye
before you start:
review the deep-set eye video in the master class as a quick refresher on the deep-set eye shape, the goal with the deep-set eye, and the every day application technique.
you will want to prep your face, or your model’s face, before following along with this video.
what you’ll need:
- creme beige eyeshadow
- shimmery highlight powder eyeshadow
- matte taupe midtone eyeshadow
- black eyeshadow
- shimmery pinkish-grey eyeshadow
- black creme eyeshadow OR a black eyeliner pencil
- black liquid or gel liner to paint the false lash band
- false lashes that are sparse at the base
- duo surgical adhesive
- classic eyelash curler
- heated eyelash curler (optional)
- loose powder for the face
- alison raffaelle transparent powder (or similar)
- matte bronzer
- soft blush
- natural color lip pencil
- soft peach lip gloss
- beauty blender to apply foundation
- midtone #11
- eyeshadow #13
- eyeshadow #14
- eyeshadow #22
- blending #28
- contour #30
- fine eyeliner #41
- ultimate blush #64
- powder #70
- detail powder/blush #73
- lip #80
about this video:
as a working professional (or perhaps as someone who has a deep-set eye!) you are going to find yourself in situations where deep-set eye clients desire a more dramatic look for the many different types of special occasions and events happening in their lives.
the smoky eye is the most common go-to dramatic makeup looks, but in the case of the deep-set eye the smoky eye is not compatible and should not be used.
in this video, robert is going to show you how to create plenty of drama for a deep-set eye!