Saturated Shadows Steal The Show
THE WALL GROUP
1. Jewel tones, as seen here, can really bring out your eyes. Try purples for hazel or green eyes, deep golds or burgundies for blue eyes, and deep greens and teals for brown eyes.
2. Do your eyes first. With shadow this intense, fallout can and will happen.
3. Use a cream shadow as a base to sketch out the shape. It also helps the powder shadow that you will layer on top to look to more intense.
4. Choose shadows with rich pigment.
5. Use a tapping motion to press shadows into the eyelid for maximum impact.
6. Adding black liner inside the rim of the eye intensifies the look.
7. Don't forget: add several coats of black mascara to frame the eye.
Styled by Melissa Lum + Tamara Rappa @storyandrain
Beau Nelson has been creating beauty for over half of his life first as a celebrity makeup artist, and now simultaneously as a photographer and director.
Nelson’s work is generously informed by his passions for contemporary art, art history, high-end architecture and design and music of every tone.
Originally from a small town in Southern Alberta, Canada, Nelson now resides in New York City where he maintains a diverse, star-studded clientele, including women like Kristen Stewart, Riley Keough, Karlie Kloss, Zoe Kravitz, Nicole Richie, and others as well as brands like Chanel, Urban Decay, Lancome and Covergirl.