Basically, you follow the same steps outlined in this blog, stopping before the liner stage.
Bring the bronze shade all along underneath the eye and around it with a thick liner brush. Repeat with the darkest brown shade
Add a liquid liner along the top and bottom- thick on the outside and thinning as you come toward the inside. I used Stila's felt tip liquid liner.
Add thick amounts of mascara to top and bottom. Don't be afraid to go all "twiggy" on the bottom if you want the same look she has.
Use a pencil liner to line the waterline all along your bottom lid and into the corners of your eyes. You can skip this if you'd like, I really don't think it's good for the health of your eyes. I used 24/7 from Urban Decay in Zero. It doesn't tug at all... it's the best pencil liner on the market.
Go back through and add more shadow if necessary underneath and around the eye. Then use your liquid liner again to line along the entire lid (connect outside corners and along the inside corner)
Highlight the inside corners of your eyes with some white shadow or a highlighting pen. Sorry for the extremely bad quality. Does anyone want to sponsor my new camera?? :)
Another shot of the waterline and eyeliner
Anyway, best laid plans, right? I don't love how it turned out... but I suspect that white shadow highlighting would really help. If anyone tries it, let me know if that works better. Maybe I'll go hunting for some bronze shadow that's more reflective. Good luck with the look... I've got to finish the Pumpkin Apple Butter :)