Tips & Tricks in using the Burberry Autumn Winter 2015 Runway Palette

Hello darlings,

I wanted to give you some tips and tricks on using this gorgeous Burberry Autumn Winter 2015 Runway Palette. The milarty style of this palette is a nod to the world famous Burberry Trench that was designed for the military originally.

For Brown Eyes, I created a smoky look by using the black shadow along the lash line, then the olive green across the middle of the lid and applying the pale buttercream on the brow bone. I then lined the lower lash line with the black and green shadows.

For the blue eyes, I used the green and black in the socket and outer corner leaving the lid with only the buttercream shade. This will open up the eyes making them appear larger. I softly lined the lower lash line with some black shadow and a small flat liner brush.

For the green eyes, I applied the buttercream shadow all over the lid as a base then I applied some of the forest green to the crease and lined the lower lash line with the black. I also used some of the Clarins Instant Liner for some drama!

To help you further, I made a Youtube Makeup Tutorial on how to use this spectacular palette, this is full to the brim of makeup tips and trick and is well worth watching!

Now finally, my dear friend Dave Lackie has launch a competition and you could WIN THIS VERY PALETTE. Here's how you can enter:

Enter on his website http://davelackie.com/best-winter-palette-for-blue-brown-eyes-win-it/

His Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/Dave-Lackie-258515657647604/

and his Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/davelackie/

Good luck everyone! Its well worth entering if you can. I believe he'll draw for the winners mid December!

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