I have a small obsession with Metallics. I think they ride that line of being bold yet subtle thanks to new textures and open minds. Glitterless pigments make for a grown up take on a flashy classic, and can be mixed with things like clear gloss (or teardrops) to make an interesting but classy statement.
**This foundation has a really nice range of colors for various skintones, and though there are only 4 dark shades, they can be mixed easily to create the shade you want. I always recommend having at least 2 shades of foundation for days you may be darker or lighter than your natural base-tone.**
The makeup products in these looks were all from Make Up Forever, Surratt Beauty and the red lip is from Maybelline.
For the gold lip, use Makeup Forever's Metal Powder (it comes in 4 gold variations to flatter different skintones) mixed with your favorite clear gloss.
The black lined eye is done with Surratt Beauty's Smoky Eye Baton, a gorgeous dual ended product that has a liner and a smudgy eyeshadow on each end. It blends beautifully and could not be any easier to use.