Smoky eyes are great anywhere, anytime because the makeup is not overdo, and it inserts a little bit of attraction and mystery to your appearance.
What Would You Need To Get The Sexy Smokey Eyes
Smokey Eyes Shadow Brushes and Liners
Before you start applying your makeup to get the smoky eye, you must know exactly what it is you need to make the perfect, ideal and sexy smoky eye.
Eye Shadows – take care that you have as a minimum 3 shades of the same family of color. For the sexy smoky eye look, it is better to apply dark colors like black, browns, blue or any color you choose.
Eye Lash Curler - It is an essential tool, make certain to bend your lashes before applying the make-up. This will let your eyes to bring in and look more attentive.
Eye Liner - Eye liners can be liquid or pencil, either you prefer, but the pencil tend to job better with the sexy smoky eyes.
Smooth Shadow Brush, Smudge Brush and a Blender Brush - These brushes are they solution tools to get the sexy Smokey look. Every one is important for the eye shadow purpose and for marking the eye liners.
Mascara - I prefer to use black mascara, but you can select the one you prefer.
Tips To Get Sexy Smokey Eyes
Firstly, you need some tools. Choose for a darker eye shadow such as a charcoal, chocolate brown or bronze. You also must have a smooth eyeliner brush and a cotton swab.
Start the process by applying an uncovered eye shadow over your whole lid. It will put your makeup in position. Immerse the edge of your eyeliner brush into the mysterious eye shadow.
Smoothly, press the tip of the lining brush into the base of your upper lashes. Do again alongside the length of your eyelashes. Put in more shadow if required.
With the cotton swab, softly mark the liner upwards as if to mingle it with the neutral shadow. Complete by applying two thick coats of black mascara to your bottom and top and lashes.
Smoky Brown Eye Makeup Tutorial
Step 2: Apply the dark brown shade in the outer crease and move toward inner crease area with a soft hand.
Step 3: Blend out the brown color in the crease so it is not so harsh. Use a fluffy blending brush to create a soft smoked out look. Use a little of the coppery-brown shade as a transition color in the crease to lessen the intensity of the dark brown.
Step 4: Apply the white shade in the palette in the tear duct corner of the eyes. Also, apply the same shade underneath the eyebrows.
Step 5: Take the olive brown color and apply it on the center of the lid to add shimmer to the eyes and to intensify the look.
Step 6: Apply gel liner and wing it out parallel to the makeup, kind of like a cat eye shape. Also, line your upper and lower water line with an eyeliner pencil. Don’t forget to smudge it a little downwards. Apply layers of mascara. (I used two different mascaras to give my lashes maximum volume and length.)
Step 7: Finally, for an extra little oomph, apply glitter liner under the winged out part of the gel liner. And you are done!
Mila Kunis Smoky Eye Makeup Tutorial
Step 1. Start by applying a primer and then a medium-coverage foundation for a natural and glowing complexion. Apply an eye primer and using a larger brush or a sponge-tipped applicator apply the gold eyeshadow over the entire lid. For an outstanding effect, make sure you invest in a high-quality eyeshadow. The best choice would be a powder pigment that ensures an intense, long-lasting result.
Step 2. Now, with a precision brush apply a brown/taupe eyeshadow into the crease working it all the way to the brow bone and down to the lashline and therefore beautifully defining the shape of your makeup. Next, blend the brown eyeshadow using a fluffy brush in order to get the smoky effect. Then apply the same eyeshadow on the lower lid.
Step 3. It’s time to contour your lashline with a dark/black eyeshadow moving toward the outer corner of the eye and on the lower lid. Using the fluffy brush, blend away any harsh lines where the black eyeshadow meets the brown one.
Step 4. Then strongly contour the waterline and the lashline using a black kohl pencil that is next smudged. Two coats of mascara will add a seductive feel to your overall-look. Now, just a little retouch on the inner corner of the eye by applying a little bit more gold eyeshadow and you’re ready to break some hearts!
Finally, finish your smoky eye makeup look with the right amount of bronzer and peachy blush that will highlight your features without taking away the impact of the eyes.
For the lips, use a nude lipstick and a thin coat of lipgloss on top.
Makeup by Deea Balgaradean for BecomeGorgeous.com