After applying my foundation, I do my brows next. Brows frame your face andt set the mood for your makeup. I used this brow brush (only $5.99) to pick some of the ShadowSense color in Garnet off the applicator. Be sure to wipe off any excess product, and then apply it to your brows using short, light strokes. I actually went over this with the Mocha Java ShadowSense since I needed an in-between color.
To apply eyeshadow, I like to use a fluffy blending brush (this one is only $3.99). Chauncey called these next steps the leopard look!haha
Starting with the lightest shade, here the ShadowSense in Candlelight, apply some color to the lid using the applicator. Blend it all over your eyelids with the fluffy brush.
Next, add the medium brown ShadowSense in Mocha Java. Using the applicator, do six dots on your eyelid–three in the crease and three below the crease. Blend, blend, blend with your fluffy brush!
Then, add the ShadowSense in Garnet to the outer corners of your eyes. Using the applicator, make three dots in a sideways “V” shape. Again, blend with your fluffy brush. You be blending in the same “V” shape you made the dots in, and blend towards the middle of your eyelid.
ShadowSense is also multi-purpose. You can use the lightest shade under your eyes as a brightener/concealer, and you can use Mocha Java as a contour shade. Dot the Candlelight shade under your eyes, and then dot Mocha Java (1) around the outer edges of your forehead, (2) down the sides of your nose, (3) under your cheekbones, and (4) under the sides of your face. Blend well using the damp blending sponge.
Finish your eye look with EyeSense eyeliner and your favorite mascara. There’s a LashSense mascara, but I haven’t tried it out yet.
Finally, add some blush and your LipSense lip color of choice to complete the look. Here, I’m wearing just LipSense Pearl Gloss, but if I could’ve found it, I would’ve worn LipSense in Bravo along with the Pearl Gloss.