Comfort Zone FOTD (and written tutorial)

Ok, so this will be my first written tutorial.  I used the Wet ‘n’ Wild Comfort Zone palette (only the left side).  I didn’t take step by step pictures because I didn’t think I would be doing this.  I took the picture using my iPhone so I appologize it isn’t my normal camera quality.  But here goes…
1.  As always, I apply my eyeshadow primer.  In this case I used Laura Mercier Eye Basics in Wheat.
2.  I filled in my brows using the Anastasia brow kit, and I also used the highlight color in the palette.
3.  I used the Wet N Wild palette’s ‘Browbone’ color from the lashline all the way up to where I applied the highlight shade from my brow kit.
4.  I layered the ‘Eyelid’ color over the ‘Browbone’ color all the way from lashes to a little above the crease.  I also made sure to highlight the inner corner with it.
5.  I then layered the ‘Crease’ color just on the lid.
6.  I took the ‘Definer’ color just along the lashes.  
7.  I used a thin brush (Sonia Kashuk bent liner brush) to apply MAC Blacktrack fluidline.
8.  Apply mascara.  You could also glam it up with a nice set of falsies!  
Here are the palettes I used in this look:

Hope you ladies enjoyed this post.  Let me know in the comments below if you would like more tutorials.

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  • Steph

    Love this! You’ve inspired me to do neutrals again. They are awesome, especially with this palette. :)

  • Maryam Maquillage

    beautiful makeup job and the eyeshadows are superb!!!

  • LauraJean396

    Thanks ladies. I love this palette. It is such a great value for the money!

  • Jel

    this ones simple but i like it. can you do a step by step tut with pics? coz i would like to try this one.. but im a beginner haha

  • LauraJean396

    I willgive it a shot. If I do I will probably just update this post with it.

  • This passenger’s element

    I kinda like that you did a tutorial in this format. Great picture, and use of the WnW palette! :)