How to do gold and copper shadows right

       
September 27th, 2011 | Contributed by:

Gold and copper lids are always chic!Metallic,ac smoky eyes are always in, but if you're trying to pull the look off for daytime, it's not recommended to use cool shades like silver and pewter. These can look too harsh in the sun's rays, so it's better to go with coppery tones or gold, which match your face better.

Gold is always a chic choice, and it's practically fool-proof to apply. All you need is a shimmery golden eyeshadow, like Bare Escentuals – Glimmer Eye Shadow in True Gold. Smudge it all over your lids and go heavier in the creases. Then put a bit underneath your bottom lash line and even in the corners of your eyes for a wide-awake vibe.

Copper is a bit more difficult to handle, as its red tones can make some people look sick or tired. To avoid this, find a shade that has more brown in it rather than pink, orange or red. POP Beauty – Lid Collection in LID BRONZER has six different bronze colors that aren't the least bit red. You'll look like a glowing goddess.

       

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