Start by applying a very thin coat of a good quality eye primer to your upper eyelids. Now, blend it properly so that there is no gap.
Note: You can use your finger tip for the application of the eye primer but it is always better use an eye brush for a neat and clean look.
Pick a golden yellow eye shade and it onto the inner corners of your eyes, using a medium eye shadow brush. However, make sure not to drag it beyond your brow crease.
Note: If you want more intensity in your eye makeup, then simply wet the eye shadow brush before dipping it into the golden yellow eye shadow.
Now, gently sweep some of the black eye shadow on the crease of your upper eyelids and drag it past the outer corners of your eyes in order to create a cat-eye look.
Note: For an ideal cat-eye look, you can simple apply pieces of medical tape right under your eyes, before sweeping the eyeshadow.
Apply the previously used golden yellow eye shadow and the charcoal black eye shadow to your lower eyelids as well.
Note: Follow step 2 and 3 for the application of the eye shadows to the lower eyelids.
Dip the tip of a round eye shadow brush into a gold eye shadow and apply it to the outer corner of your eyes.
Note: You can wet the tip of the round eye shadow brush if the tiny pieces of gold foil do not stick to it.