Sedona Lace - Vortex Eye Set Look

Hi Bellas,

I wanted to share with you a look I created a few weeks ago for some promotional material for the new Sedona Lace Vortex Eye Set.  I came up with a classic smokey eye using my favorite eye brushes from the original Vortex Collection that I designed for Sedona Lace.  Check it out!

I wanted to keep this look pretty classy using neutral colors that would look great on everyone.  The focus is definitely on the eyes.  Here's how to get the look:

Lid - Apply MAC gold pigment with the EB11 flat synthetic brush.  Dampen the brush first to get a metallic finish.

Crease - Use the EB13 Univeral Blender to buff in an orangey brown eyeshadow (Inglot Trio) to serve as your crease transition color and to add warmth to the eyes.

Outer V - Create a dark outer corner to give a smokey effect to the look by applying a black eyeshadow (Ofra Cosmetics) with the EB15 Pointed Crease Brush to the outer v of the eye, underneath the crease.


Eyeliner - Use the EB23 angled detail brush to apply a black gel liner to the top lashline in a winged out line to give your eyes a larger, cat eye effect.

Clean up any fall out with concealer applied with the EB13 Synthetic Blender to underneath the eye area.

Here's what I used for the rest of the look!

CoverFX cream foundation in g70 and g80
MAC Tan pigment
Inglot trio 102r
Ofra black shadow
Stila gold shadow - browbone
Inglot Gel 77 liner
The Balm Instain blush in toile
Color Cosmetics Be Matte bronze in pecan pie
Iman bronze lip pencil
Anastasia pro pencil base 2
CoverGirl supersizer mascara
MAC Feline eye kohl
MAC glamour check eyeshadow (limited edition)
Lady Moss False lashes in Bella
L'oreal Fairest Nude lipstick

You can find the Vortext Eye Brush set here.  Use coupon code MakeupByRenRen to get $4.00 off your order.

Till next time, Ciao Bellas!

FTC Disclosure:  I am affiliated with this company and paid sales of this product which I helped to design.  As always these are my honest thoughts and opinions.