Hi. I'm Patricia Longo, and I'm a celebrity makeup artist. I've worked with models from Sports Illustrated, like Brooklyn Decker and Julie Henderson to Alec Baldwin of Thirty Rock. All those things that experts do that the average person doesn't know how to do, we'll learn how to do it on these videos. So, for me, when I put natural eye shadow. The word "natural" I always stick to beige, cream, peach, maybe a soft brown. I try to take way from dark, dark colors. So, I would start off with with a light beige on Sabella's eye. Mind you, I've already put the eye primer. And I would go all the way up the eyebrow. I'm using a light medium to beige white shadow. I would take a peach color with the same brush, a flat brush. Close. And I put it right on the eyelid. It's a very natural color. Almost the color of her skin. Open your eye. And, then, if I just want to touch it off with a little soft brown. A soft bronze color just right in the crease. This is a very nice, everyday look. Let's have a little bit of shimmer and a little bit of contouring. Then I take one of my favorite brushes and just blend it all together. Then I take my sponge. My sponge is my friend. And I just blend lightly the brown in the crease but not too dark. And there we have a natural. Close your eyes, Sabella. Natural eye shadow makeup with just a light, light white, a peach colored tone and a soft brown eye shadowI omitted the preroll ad.