- Skin must be perfectly prepared and flawless, because "tired" eyes look interesting and dreamy only when your skin is fresh and beautiful
- This look worked for me only when I made my brows very defined and strong. It is all about balance, and strong brows compensated for less pronounced eye makeup
- I found that brown eyeshadow all over the eyelid worked for me only when I first draw the line with my Dolce & Gabbana Nude Eye Pencil close to the lash line on the top and the bottom of the eyelid, including waterline, and only then use my brown eyeshadow, closer to the crease of the eyelid. Also, my gaze looked much more alive and fresh when I added a little bit of pink eyeshadow (blush also can be used) on the socket line of the eye.
- Use a smaller eyeshadow brush to put some brown eyeshadow under the lower eyelid, similar to how Pat McGrath was showing in this tutorial
Below is the tutorial from makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, who shows here how she created Kate Moss look for the September issue of French Vogue. Thanks to makeup artist Lisa Eldridge, who recorded this youtube video by inviting Charlotte Tilbury as a guest artist into her makeup studio. I cannot wait to see you next Thursday, September 27!
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