Sunset Orange Eyes

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Orange is not a colour we tend to wear on our eyes but it is actually very wearable and can really warm up our eyes. I used this Inglot eyeshadow in the shade 363 which is a gorgeous burnt orange colour. I attempted to do a cut crease and it didn’t turn out to badly. So here’s what I did;

On the eyes: 

All over the lid I used MAC Blanc type: a neutral skin toned eyeshadow.

In the crease I used Inglot 363 (orange) on a MAC 217. I built up this colour until it was intense.

On the lower lash line I blended Inglot 363 to meet up with the crease.

For mascara I used Benefit Roller lash (my new favourite mascara)


What do you think  of the summer-y orange look?

A New Venture into Inglot

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Inglot was a brand that I was never really drawn to before, I didn’t know much about it and I was trying to fill up my MAC palette so always gravitated towards their eyeshadows and products, but after watching many tutorials with some Inglot products and walking past their store and seeing their make up artist make up. I knew I needed to pick some up.

These two products are actually all down to one lovely make up artist. here make up was fierce that day and I had to pick up what she was wearing!

I am planning on adding to my ingot eyeshadow collection so please recommend your shades in the comments or tweet me @laurenaalice.

The eyeshadow is a gorgeous burnt orange (number 363) now don’t be scared by the fact its orange! This goes on amazing and buff out to a gorgeous warm sunset on your eyes! Im obsessed with this through my crease and some gold glitter! Its the holidays you can be extravagant!

Another scary purchase is this teal eye liner! I know scary but this makes an amazing pop on your lower waterline once its blended out!

Inglot has really made me step out of my comfort zone and I can’t wait to try more products. Be brave and step out of your comfort zone you just might like it!