Simplicity Series: Daytime Bronze

This is a very simple look utilizing only a cream eyeshadow + eyeliner to smudge. MAC Indianwood Paint Pot is one of my favorite eyeshadows. It’s very easy to use and works with just about any skintone. I applied it using a fluffy MAC 217 brush. The trick is to concentrate the color on the lid while fading it upward into the crease. I then applied a brown eyeliner on the lid near the upper lashline and smudged with a pencil brush, MAC 219. I smudged the brown eyeliner on the lower lashline as well. I then applied a white eye pencil to the waterline and topped off the look with black mascara. Simple!

P.S. – I am deeply tanned at the moment due to all of the regular swimming I’ve been doing lately, so please excuse my splotchy tan, lol.




Lancome Tient Idole Ultra 24H Foundation in 450(N)
Bobbi Brown Corrector in Dark Peach (undereye)
Ben Nye Banana Powder (to set)
NARS Casino Bronzer
MAC Gold Deposit (cheeks)

MAC Indianwood Paint Pot (lid, crease, and lashline)
L’Oreal Extra-Intense Pencil Eyeliner in Brown (smudged on upper and lower lashline)
Rimmel Eye Kohl in White (waterline)
Covergirl Flamed out Mascara

Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade in Chocolate
MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NW30 (to clean up brows)

MAC Bronzilla Lipstick (Limited Edition)
MAC Soar Lip Liner
Illamasqua Intense Lipgloss in Move

6 Responses to Simplicity Series: Daytime Bronze

  1. TreeRose says:

    I want videos!!! Love this!

  2. Tekela says:

    Great soft look

  3. Curvy CEO says:

    Lovely!! I love the idea of this series–just like with the YT hair videos it is sometimes very easy to get intimidated. Thanks for breaking it down for those of us who need the basics!

  4. Zeddi says:

    I love this series!
    This light is much more flattering to your skin tone, it looks more radiant. Or maybe that’s just the tan…

  5. Shey says:

    This is a great everyday look. It makes you glow without looking heavy!

  6. T says:

    With this simple look you have inspired me to get started! Thanks for this and the instructions helped a lot!

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