This tutorial is based on a photo of Stevie Nicks and goes out to Nicole of Prettygirlscience.com who requested it. I ended up basing my makeup and photographing this tutorial they day she showed me the photo since I haven't put on my makeup for the day yet. It isn't something I would typically wear due to my features, but it was fun to recreate.
Prime your lids, I am using Urban Decay Primer Potion.
I applied Fresh Minerals in Twisted Mind to my lid. (I got this forever ago at a Fred Meyer's in Oregon, I don't know if it is still sold. It is a loose shadow that is a light shimmery tan color, close to MAC Pigment in Naked)
Apply Urban Decay Naked from the crease to halfway to the brow with a tapered brush (Simga E35)
Apply The Balm Matt Garcia right above the crease and along the lower lash line and make a nice point where they meet. I am using a Simga E35 for this step.
Blend the edges.
Run The Balm Matt Rosen from the inner corner of the crease and blend in and over the Matt Garcia.
Take a Sigma E45 and MAC Typographic and place it in the crease.
Take a pencil brush and run MAC carbon under the lashline.
Take an angled brush and apply black gel liner half way across the lid.
Run a little bit under the lash line too.
Take a pencil brush with MAC Carbon and smudge it into the gel liner.
Dab on a touch more of the Twisted Mind pigment in the center of the lid.
Highlight the inner corner with MAC Shroom
Highlight the browbone with MAC Mylar.
Then tightline with black and liner the waterline with a nude liner. Follow up with curling your lashes and adding some black mascara.
So now we're o the finish the rest of the face. I have foundation on and it's powdered, but here I will show you how I am applying my blush.
Contour lightly along the cheekbone, I am using MAC Sculpt.
Apply MAC Dessert Rose along the cheek bone and blend well and towards the center of your face.
Add MAC Salsarose right under your cheekbone, where you would normally contour.
Use a natural fiber brush and blend upwards.
Contour your forehead and jawline lightly and highlight the top of your cheek bones.
In the picture I was referencing she had a brown-red, I used Clinique Spiced Apple since it was the closest I had.
Here's the finished look.