This is a fun look that's flattering and dramatic. As with all glitter-lip looks, it is not going to be a good idea to eat a whole lot while you're wearing it.
Recommended for clubbing and cocktail parties where you'll mostly just be drinking through straws.
Step 1: Apply a soft warm brown (I used MAC Sable) to the entire lid area, and then blend the color gently along the hollow of the socket line, pulling up slightly in a wing once you reach the other corners.
Step 2: Using a brown gel liner, draw on a flick at the outer corners following the angle of the lower lash line.
Step 3: Thicken the flick from the outer tip inwards, and then connect all along the upper lash line. Don't try to draw it all in a single stroke. Do short strokes and just connect and smooth it out.
Step 4: Finish the eye look by curling your lashes and then applying a strip of wispy false lashes. I'm using Ardell 120 Demis, which are longer at the outer corners.
You can leave your eye as is, or run a little beige or pale yellow/white pencil along the lower water-line.
Step 5: I applied a rich fuchsia to the lips (Revlon Colorburst Lipstick in Fuchsia), blotted, and then reapply. This gets a good stain on your lips so the color will be very saturated.
Step 6: With your finger or a flat synthetic brush, gently press a translucent duochrome blue glitter to the surface of the lips. Try any fine-grained glitter that reflects blue, such as MAC Reflects Blue pigment or Reflects Very Pink.
On the cheeks, just keep it soft with a light pink. You've already got a dramatic lip going, so you don't want to have your cheeks be too bright at the same time.