I decided to put one of the new Wet n Wild Summer 2013 Fergie Centerstage Eyeshadow Palettes to the test. Using Newport Nights, I created this sultry, luminous bronzed look that is perfect for the summertime. The best part about this look is that it is incredibly simple to achieve, even for beginners. Full tutorial is inside!
If you want to see full swatches of the Wet n Wild “Newport Nights” Palette you can click on the link. Here’s how to achieve this look:
- Apply the glimmering bronze-brown shade in the center of the palette over your entire eyelid. I applied this shade wet (I just wet my brush), so the shimmer and sparkle from it would be very noticeable. I also applied this along my lower lash-line.
- Apply the bottom right coral shade into the crease of your eyes. I used a fluffy blending brush to buff this color out and make it look seamless. I also applied this along my bottom lash-line to blend out the bronze-brown shade and add dimension.
- Apply the top left beige shade to your brow-bone and inner corners of your eyes. This will add light to the look and help blend everything out well.
That’s it! You can apply eyeliner as you like…I just used some black eyeliner on my lower water-line and smudged it out. I also tight-lined my upper lashes to add some depth. This look will literally take you less than five minutes to do and it’s so pretty. The end result is luminous and sparkling!
This look will work on any eye color, but if you’ve got blue or green eyes, bronze and coral shades really enhance your eye color like crazy.
The eyeshadow from the palette was genuinely a pleasure to apply and work with. I did notice that the bronze-brown eyelid shade applied much better wet than dry. When I wet my eyeshadow brush, the metallic glimmer really stood out more.
Not only is the look simple and fast, but the palette itself is a beauty bargain, clocking in at just $4.99 USD at drugstores nationwide. The collection is limited edition for Summer 2013. If you’d like to see full swatches of Newport Nights and the other palette in the collection, Shades of the Hamptons, click here.
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