Since I've gotten my LORAC Croc-Case Palette, I've been kinda experimenting with the combinations that I can come out with it. Although I've mentioned that some of the eyeshadows are a bit chalky, my only gripe about it are the fallouts. Other than that, it's pretty awesome. I like how it can create a light look yet the colors are buildable to transform it to a night look.
Anyway, here's a tutorial to create a golden brown look with this palette.
I've labeled the palette which color went to which part of the lid for reference.
Step 1: Apply MAC Shadestick in Beige-ing on your lids as your base.
Step 2: With an angled eyeshadow brush, apply the lid color (golden color; 1st row, 2nd column), all over the lid stopping at the crease.
Step 3: Using the same brush, apply the outer lid color (bronzey brown; 1st row, 3d column).
Step 4: Blend the two eyeshadow colors and any harshlines on the crease with a soft windshield wiping motion.
Step 5: Take a smaller eyeshadow brush and apply the outer V and crease color (chocolate brown; 1st row, 4th column) by outlining your outer-v first (this will be your guide).
Step 6: Blend the outline inwards to fill in the outline and to blend it outer lid color. Don't forget to blend any harsh lines on the crease.
Step 7: Using a fluffy brush, apply your highlight color (1st row, 1st column) on your browbone.
Step 8: Line your upper-lashline with a brown eyeliner.
Step 9: Apply mascara and line your waterline with a brown pencil liner.
And you're done!
More pictures of the whole look...
For my future post, I'm planning on doing a night time look still strictly using the eyeshadows in this palette.