The best way to make a light, metallic eyeshadow pop is to pair it with a black. To achieve this look, I applied a thick line of black pencil eyeliner and smudged it up to the crease. Then, I chose a warm gold-bronze pigment and limited its application to the inner 2/3 of the eye (to avoid the disco ball look). I find that the easiest way to get the metallic, wet sheen with eyeshadow is by use of the "foiling" technique. All this requires is that you dip your eyeshadow brush into a little water before picking up any shadow. Not only will foiling your eyeshadows make them appear more pigmented, but it will also give your eye look more longevity.
Products Used: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Eye Pencil in "Zero", NYX Ultra Pearl Mania Loose Eyeshadow in "Mink", Revlon Colorburst Lacquer Balm in "Demure"
How do you incorporate metallic shadows into your makeup look?