Eye shadow brush
Eye shadow primer
2 metallic eye shadows
Highlighting (lighter) eye shadow
Dark eye shadow
Step 1: On a clean eyelid, apply eye shadow primer. I love Too Faced "Shadow Insurance"($18 at Sephora.) Primer is expensive but it keeps your eye shadow on all day long and it also brightens eye shadow color.
Step 2: After blending primer onto lid, I apply concealer to lid (with finger) to even out skin tone.
Step 3: Apply a base layer of metallic shadow, stopping before brow bone. I like Color Tattoo (cream shadow by Maybelline $7 at drugstore) in Bold Gold, but use a metallic color that you like best!
Step 5: Choose another metallic shadow. I like Wet'n'Wild trios ($2 at drugstore). Apply on lid up to crease.
Step 6: To add depth and make your eyes appear larger, apply a dark shadow to crease only. Again, I used Wet'n'Wild trios in a dark purple.
Step 7: Add eyeliner and mascara to finish your look. Now you have a pretty, silver & gold shimmery eye that's great for an evening out.