Spring Caramel Eye Look

by - 9:00:00 AM

Hello lovelies,

it's been two months since I created some eyelook for my blog, so I think it's time to share something  new with you again. I even had to look at my previous eye makeup posts, so I had the idea how to write this one. Anyway, before I created this look, I intended to do something fun, maybe pastel, just something totally different than I did before, but I struggle at this point. I wasn't sure what should I do. I looked online for some inspiration, but didn't find anything what would caught my eyes. So now on I'm gonna think about something creative and challenge myself. If you have any favorite colorful eyelook, please, don't hesitate and share it with me. And now let's back to what I did.



To create this warm spring caramel look I used two palettes from Morphe, 35B and 35O. Because these palettes have nameless colors, I took pictures of them and add numbers to the shades I used. 
The secret of this look is … wait for it … Yes, you're right, it's blending! 90 % of every look you create, you have to blend well, without blending the look looks awful, unprofessional and unnatural. No matter how good you're in makeup, the rule is simple for everyone - blend, blend and blend again.

First thing what I did is, that I took a big fluffy brush, dipped it in that orang shade (1) and with circle motions back and forth I put it in my crease as my transition shade. I repeated this a few times, till I was happy with the color pay off. Then I grabbed some flat brush, pick the glittery yellow shade (2) and placed it pretty much all over my lid. To create the gradient between yellow and orange, I applied the mustard yellow (3) in the center of my lid. 


After that I took smaller fluffy brush, picked up this orange shade (4) and follow the gradient. I also brought this up into my crease, to create the gradient for my transition color. This burgundy brown (4) I applied on my outter corner of my eye and to make it little bit deeper, I used number 6, warm darker brown. These steps I reapplied probably twice or three times to make sure that everything is blended together and the gradient didn't have any harsh transitions. Then I took another orange shade (7) and put this in my crease as another transition color. The same process I did on lower lash line.
To finish this look, I applied Eye Lites Metallic Shadow from Model Co, which I got in my February Look Fantastic Box and Mary Lou Manizer from theBalm on top of it to make it pop. Added some falsies and mascara. Voila and here we are.


Eyeshadows: Morphe - 35B and 35O palettes, Model Co - Eye Lites Metallic Shadow, theBalm - Mary Lou Manizer
Brows: Essence Eyebrow Stylist set
False Lashes: Ardell 116

PS: I finally had the chance to try the PUR, Minerals Disappearing Act Concealer in Light which I got in March LF Beauty Box, because it's darker than my skin tone right now and you won't say this fact in these pictures, right? And I must say that I like it. When I'll be little bit more tan, I can't wait to put this in test.

I hope you liked this warm eye look. Let me know what colorful look I should try next time?

Have a great day!

Love Michelle <3


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34 Comments

  1. This is such a pretty look!


    xo, Liz
    http://lipstickandconfetti.com

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  2. Stunning and informative as always! Have you got a post on how you take such good close up photos and editing etc? I must know your secrets!
    Kate xx

    themakeupartistschoice.com

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    1. No, I haven't, becuase I never assumed that I am good in this, but now I might consider showing you my very simple secrets what I use. Thank you Kate so much.

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  3. Wow such a gorgeous look! The photos are amazing! x
    A Blushing Beauty Blog

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  4. You've killed it yet again! Loving this look so much! I've been obsessed with orange-y eyeshadow looks so I love this one. & you have me lusting over the 35O palette again, haha.

    Nicole | The Glam Surge

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    1. Thank you, lovely! The only thing I can say about 35O palette is "go for it"!

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  5. Oh wow, this is so stunning! Amazing photos as well, beautiful beautiful beautiful, I need to get this palette! Xx

    ALittleKiran | Bloglovin

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    1. Thank you lovely, so much!

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  6. You're making me to think about make up. This looks really lovely. And your photos are getting damn good ;)

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    1. Thank you honey, I would be more than happy to share my obsession with you. <3

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  7. Your blending skills are seriously out of this world, I always love your looks! Also totally agree you should do a post on how you take these photos!

    The Makeup Directory

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    1. Thank you so much for the kinds words. I will think about the post. :)

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  8. This looks amazing! I've got the 35T and the 35P. However, you've convinced me I need to get my hands on the 35O palette!

    Rosalie | www.thelushstyles.com

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    1. If you're fan of warm tones like I am, I think you need the 35O palette!

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  9. stunning look as always ! Did you use any fix plus with the shade number 2 or is it just the color payoff?

    clairetalksbeauty.com

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    1. Thank you sweetie. No, I didn't use fix plus, but whenever I work with bright colors I usually use a white base for better pay off, like I did with this look. :)

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  10. Wow what a beautiful look!! And yes, the secret to a lovely eyemakeup look is blending, blending, blending!!! I am also impressed on how you managed to take a close photo, I was trying to do the same the other day when I tried a few mascaras and writing a post, it was a nightmare haha! Any tips?

    Yiota
    PinkDaisyLoves

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    1. Thank you Yiota! Well, I'll probably write a post about how I take my eye look pictures, but the most important tips are practicing and experimenting untill you're satisfied with the outcome. ;)

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  11. Love this look! You blend so well, too! I think the problem is I don't have a big fluffy brush for eyeshadow!

    Di from Max The Unicorn

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    1. Thank you lovely! Well, I think big fluffy brush is necessary, haha.

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  12. Oh wow Michelle! This is absolutely gorgeous!!!

    Laura || www.thelifeoflaura.com.au xx

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  13. Perfect! I love it so much I pinned it to my big pinterest beauty board. I would love to see pinks and burgundies next :)
    Alinta x
    polishandpaws.com.au

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    1. Oh, thank you so much lovely. Great advice, I'll try to do it. :)

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  14. I love that Morphe 35O palette! I am always floored by your perfect eye looks, Michelle xx

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  15. Oh my gosh, you do absolutely STUNNING work! Your blending skills are amazing! On my way to check out your Instagram page!

    Katie G || www.frommyvanity.com

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  16. Such beautiful work Michelle - the colours you chose are so stunning together, and your blending is absolutely perfect. You are amazingly talented - lots and lots more please ♥♥♥

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  17. I don't usually wear warm toned looks because I don't think they suit me but this is such a pretty look that it makes me want to try one for myself!

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

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    1. Oh, I'm so happy to hear that! If you will try, I woud love to see the result.

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