Goldilux is a bright, metallic, sparkly true gold. It’s slightly yellower than my preferences run, but is flattering on many skin tones, and can be used many ways.
Apply a rich bronze to the outer half the lid, and blend goldilux inward, and over it, for a rich gold smoky eye. It blends well over the dark base, separating into a darker sparkly sheen.
Pair next to a slightly deeper antique gold, or green gold(like Fyrinnae Aztec Gold) for a soft metallic contour on the lid.
Apply over a less sticky primer between a white gold, and green or bronze, to take the strongest yellow out of the gold, for more rosy skin tones.
We’ll see two photos from this look. One to show Goldilucks and gold glitter eyeliner applied to edge of upper lashes, and the other to see it blended with black and navy in a metallic smoky eye.
Use another wet pigment as a base for a subtle gold sparkle suitable for bright looks. Here I used Sugarpill Absinthe.