Low-cost Burnished Bronze Look for Work/School: Coastal Scents Bungalow Gold (worn on NC25-30 skin)
The entire look was done using extremely affordable products. I’m featuring some of my new favorites today. The images on the Coastal Scents site aren’t often accurate so I swatched them above for viewing.
- Coastal Scents Hot Pot in Bungalow Gold - this is one of the newer Hot Pots, a beautiful shimmery metallic-bronze shade
- Coastal Scents Hot Pot in Chocolate Brown - also known previously as S35, this is a deep taupe shade with a faintest hint of plum; often compared to MAC Satin Taupe, although this is deeper and has more grey
- I also used Maybelline’s Gel Liner in 02, which is a shimmery chocolate.
Step 1: Begin by first using a flat angled brush to line the upper lash line from outside in using a deep taupe shadow, angling diagonally downward so there is a slight wing. Run in along the outer half of the lower lash line as well.
Step 2: Use a soft blending brush to buff a rich bronze shadow over the entire lid. Blend up beyond the socket line. Then use the angled brush to run the bronze shade all along the lower lash line as well.
Step 3: Now for the liner. Since you’ve already laid down an angled line earlier using the dark brown shadow, it should be a piece of cake going over it with the brown gel liner now.
This should give you a very neat but not-too-harsh line.
Step 4: Finish by curling your lashes and applying black mascara. I’m using Maybelline Great Lash Black. Any black mascara you like will do.