Sultry, golden eyes.

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We’ve already got our highlight color on our top lids; now, it’s time to blend. Taking your bronzer again, use a fluffy tapered brush to bring that color into your crease. Apply the brown bronzer in a windshield-wiper motion back and forth in the socket above your eye to add some warmth and depth to your crease. This is what gives that sultry, blown-out effect of Janelle’s eyeshadow. Sweep the bronzer color into the crease and underneath your lower lash line for a smoky, diffused effect.

McKenzie Dawkins

Source: McKenzie Dawkins / Hello Beautiful

McKenzie Dawkins

Source: McKenzie Dawkins / Hello Beautiful

Janelle’s eyeliner really pulls this look together. First, use a black kohl or pencil liner to darken the waterline and lower lash-line. this adds definition and pulls focus up to the eyes. Try the e.l.f. Cosmetics Waterproof Gel Eyeliner Pencil ($4.00, ulta.com). Then create your wing on top using a precise-tip, black liquid liner like the e.l.f. Cosmetics Expert Liquid Liner ($2.00, ulta.com). Of course, no look is complete without mascara. I used the L’Oréal Telescopic Mascara ($8.29, target.com) and amped up my lashes with a pair of falsies. Try the Ardell Wispies ($4.99, ulta.com).

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