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3 Looks ft. Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette

A few weeks ago, I posted my review on Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette (full review is  HERE). In today’s post, I want to share with you three different looks that I have created with the palette and that nicely call the spring time which is coming soon.  So let’s get started.

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Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette
“Sunshine Look”

This spring/summer look is based on the gradient of shimmery shades from gold to rose-gold colour. It nicely opens the eyes and evokes summer sunshine (at least to me).

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Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette – Sunshine Look

Steps to re-create the look:

  1. apply primer all over the lid – mine is Maybelline Colour Tattoo in shade 101 Breathless
  2. start the gradient in the inner corner with gold shade Almost Burnt
  3. continue with the shimmery orange shade 182°C in the middle of the lid
  4. finish with the rose-gold shimmery shade Liquid Center in the outer corner
  5. use orange-brown shade Start Soft to blend the crease
  6. create the same gradient also on the lower lashline
  7. apply plenty of mascara

Note: I paired this eye look with Rimmel  Lipstick Lasting Finish by Kate Moss in shade 54 Rock’n’Roll Nude and Essence Liquid Lipstick in shade 05 Peach party. Check the gallery below to see the final look.

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Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette – Sunshine Look step by step
Matte Orange Look

The Matte Orange Look is perfect for spring and summer time. It almost reminds me the summer evenings with sunset on the horizon. It is easy to reproduce and you can make it as intense as you want from a very light wash of colours up to the rich orange eyeshadow all over the eyes.

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Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette – Matte Orange Look

Steps to re-create the look:

  1. apply primer all over the lid – mine is Maybelline Colour Tattoo in shade 93 Creme De Nude
  2. set the primer with cream shade Wax Paper to prepare eyelid for blending
  3. add light brown shade Finish Sensual into the crease to help to blend colours together
  4. add a mix of orange-brown colours (Alchemy and Start Soft) into the crease
  5. apply orange shade Aftertaste into the outer corner and blend it into the crease – use as much as you want
  6. repeat steps 4 and 5 if you need – I do recommend to add colour gradually up to the desired intensity
  7. blend all colours to avoid harsh lines
  8. apply plenty of mascara

Note: I paired this eye look with Rimmel  Lipstick Lasting Finish by Kate Moss in shade 54 Rock’n’Roll Nude and Essence Liquid Lipstick in shade 05 Peach party. Check the gallery below to see the final look.

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Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette – Matte Orange Look step by step
Golden Smokey Look

The super easy smokey look created with the golden and dark violet eyeshadow from Caramel Melange Palette. Super simple to create and perfect for any party or night out.

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Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette – Golden Smokey Look

Steps to re-create the look:

  1. apply primer all over the lid – mine is Maybelline Colour Tattoo in shade 101 Breathless
  2. apply gold shade Almost Burnt all over the lid
  3. add light brown shade Finish Sensual into the crease to help to blend  colours together
  4. apply dark violet shade Editable Gem into the outer corner to deepen up the look – use as much as you want
  5. blend all colours to avoid harsh lines
  6. apply plenty of mascara

Note: I paired this eye look with Colourpop Satin Lip in shade Baracuda. Check the gallery below to see the final look.

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Zoeva Caramel Melange Palette – Golden Smokey Look step by step

If you want to see the final styling of these looks, check out the gallery below.

I hope you like this post and find it inspiring. Let me know which are your favourite looks for spring time and whether you have tried this palette as well.

Thank you for coming to my blog!

Have a great day and be inspired!

Cheers!!!

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