I'm sorry I don't have a step-by-step guide to how I created this look, but I will try my best to explain. First, I patted the taupe color all over my lid with my MAC 239 brush (or any flat shader brush will do). This color isn't as pigmented so I had to coat it on a few times to get the color pay-off -
Then I took the dark navy color on my 217 brush and blended that into the outer corner, making sort of a "V" shape. It's REALLY pigmented, so I always tapped the brush off before applying to the lid. If you're not careful, you can really end up with blue-black eyeshadow all over and then you've created a nice bruise for yourself :)
After both eyes were even, I took the same navy color on a pencil brush (MAC 219) and swept it underneath both eyes. I wanted something really dark and heavy on purpose, so this color was perfect. I also took the taupe color with the same 219 brush and went a bit underneath the navy blue to create dimension.
And here's the final look ladies & gentlemen (excuse the hair). . .
I also used ELF black liquid liner on top and a black MAC kohl pencil on the bottom. Oh! And I also applied a pair of corner falsies (MAC #20, I believe) - can you see??
Here's the final look again! Ok, it may be a bit dramatic for a night out to the movies, but I don't care. It was really fun and quite easy to do (except those damn false eyelashes..) You would think corner ones would be much simpler, but they're not... oh well, practice makes perfect! I hope you guys like and next time I promise to have more pictures to guide you through it. Take care!! xoxo