Everyday Nude Eyes with Bobbi Brown

I have a new favorite nude eye pallet. You may have seen me briefly mention I had bought the Bobbi Brown Nude Basics set before I left on vacation. I basically haven’t used any other eye shades since this baby came in the mail! I thought I would share my easy everyday look using this pallet. Keep reading if you are interested!


Firstly I suggest using an eye primer; my personal preference is too faced shadow insurance. For me I need to use an eye primer every day to keep my shadows put since I have oily skin.

1. Use shade Ivory all over your lid. Pat the shadow on your lid from the lash line up to the brow bone. This shade gives a great base for the later shadows.
2. Apply shade Naked from the lash line right up to where your crease starts.
3. Next apply Rich Caviar into your crease and blend out using your favorite blending brush. Re-apply until you are comfortable with the intensity. For day I use a light application but for a night time look you can make this look more smoky and intense by building up the color.
4. I like to use the shade Hot Stone as my transition shade, for this you will use fluffy blending brush (this should be not as dense as the brush for step 3) and blend shadow in the crease to just above the crease. This step insures your shadows are nicely blended and will give a softer appearance as opposed to a harsh line of eye shadow.


That’s it! Pretty simple right? You can add the glitter shades to the inner corner of your eyes to add an extra wow or use any other favorite highlight shade (mines Mary-Lou Manizer from The Balm) as well. The only thing left is to complete the look with your favorite eyeliner and mascara. This is an easy neutral eye that I love wearing to work! What’s your go to everyday eye look? I’d love to hear from you in the comments!
 
Everyday Nude Eyes with Bobbi Brown

I have a new favorite nude eye pallet. You may have seen me briefly mention I had bought the Bobbi Brown Nude Basics set before I left on vacation. I basically haven’t used any other eye shades since this baby came in the mail! I thought I would share my easy everyday look using this pallet. Keep reading if you are interested!


Firstly I suggest using an eye primer; my personal preference is too faced shadow insurance. For me I need to use an eye primer every day to keep my shadows put since I have oily skin.

1. Use shade Ivory all over your lid. Pat the shadow on your lid from the lash line up to the brow bone. This shade gives a great base for the later shadows.
2. Apply shade Naked from the lash line right up to where your crease starts.
3. Next apply Rich Caviar into your crease and blend out using your favorite blending brush. Re-apply until you are comfortable with the intensity. For day I use a light application but for a night time look you can make this look more smoky and intense by building up the color.
4. I like to use the shade Hot Stone as my transition shade, for this you will use fluffy blending brush (this should be not as dense as the brush for step 3) and blend shadow in the crease to just above the crease. This step insures your shadows are nicely blended and will give a softer appearance as opposed to a harsh line of eye shadow.


That’s it! Pretty simple right? You can add the glitter shades to the inner corner of your eyes to add an extra wow or use any other favorite highlight shade (mines Mary-Lou Manizer from The Balm) as well. The only thing left is to complete the look with your favorite eyeliner and mascara. This is an easy neutral eye that I love wearing to work! What’s your go to everyday eye look? I’d love to hear from you in the comments!
 

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