You will need
•3 shades of eye shadow
•A dark eyeliner
•An eye shadow brush
•Some translucent base powder
Choose a colour
Classic smoky eyes are created with one colour, and can be achieved by using dark brown, grey or any dark colour.
If you have small eyes, you should avoid using black
You will need three eye shadow shades of that colour – dark, medium and light and an eyeliner of that main colour.
We be using will be using shades of grey.
Choose a brush
The key to smoky eyes is successful blending. This is best done with an eye shadow brush.
Prepare the skin
Smoky eyes can quickly become panda eyes if the eye shadow does not stay nicely blended.
Line the eyes
Starting from the inner corner of the eye, draw a dark line of eyeliner along the lash line.
Try to keep this on the lashes filling in the spaces between them with colour. The line should get thicker as it moves towards the outer corner of the eye.
Keep it symmetrical
Once you have finished one stage on one eye, do the same on the other eye.
It is the easiest way to keep both eyes exactly the same.
Apply the highlight shade
Firstly apply the highlight shade along the brow bone and up to the eyebrow.
You can also put a little of the highlight powder in the corner of your eye,
between the tear duct and nose.
This will brighten up the eyes and avoid the dark shades to make the eye look dull.
Apply the medium shade
Secondly build up the medium shade on the eye lid, starting at the lash line working up to just beyond the crease of the eye.
Blend the colours well so there are no clear lines
Apply the darkest colour
Be very careful with the final and darkest colour, it can easily become too much and the eye will look dull. Start from the outer corner and slowly and with the narrowest part of the brush taper the colour to about half way across the lid. Blend this in to the medium shade.
Now with a large powder brush, sweep the powder eye guard away in an upward motion.
Assess the eye
At this point step back a little. It is easy to become focused on the eyes and apply too much. Before continuing, look at your face as a whole to see what's needed.
Adjust to your own eyes
If you have deep set eyes, you can build up the darkest colour to half way up the lid. If you have small eyes, it's best to leave this as a very thin line. Most people will be somewhere in between.
If all of this is too fussy for you, you can try some simple alternatives.
Only apply the dark colour, from the lashes to the crease of the eye, and blend well. Quick and easy.
Or you can just apply the dark colour to the eye socket, and blend up and down a little – this is good for people with long eyelids.
For the simplest option put on a very heavy line of eyeliner all the way around, and smudge with a cotton bud to give a simple smokey look.
If the make up isn't too smoky already, you can add a little eyeliner, here, along the lower lash line,
And, inside the lower lash line
To finish off the smoky eyes, apply mascara.
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