Step 1: Sweep a light colour shadow into the crease of your eye. If you plan on going for a more natural look, you could go for a light gray or silvery pigment. If you wanted a more colourful look, try a light peach or blue!
Step 2: Pick the same colour and use a flat brush to dust the colour to your brown bone to highlight it.
Step 3: Take a small makeup brush dipped in black shadow and gently apply the colour to the outer corners of your lid along the lash line. It is best to choose a nice creamy formula as it will help in easy blending the product afterwards.
Step 4: To achieve a softer, more diffused effect after the colour is applied, use a small chiselled brush to gently blend the shadow using soft motions along the outer part of the crease.
Step 5: If you want to achieve good coloration all round the eye, a blending brush will work best.
Step 6: Use the same makeup brush dipped in black eyeshadow to outline your waterline.
Step 7: Do not forget to focus on the inner corner of your lids as well.
Step 8: Dip a damp fluffy eyeshadow brush into the silver diamond glitter and dab the colour on your eyelid. To reduce the chances of glitter falling onto your cheeks, lean your head towards a mirror to allow a more favourable angle to apply the shadow.
Step 9: After applying your eyeshadow, use a soft brush to dab a purple shadow on top.
Step 10: With the help of your liquid eyeliner, gently outline your upper lash line. For a more precise angle of your winged liner, draw the flick toward the end of your eyebrow.
Step 11: To contour and define the look of your eyes, use a waterproof eye pencil and run it across your waterline. Last but not least, add several coats of your long-lasting mascara to wrap up the final effect.