HOW TO DO CLASSIC SMOKEY EYE MAKEUP ?

In the previous article about Smokey eye makeup, you have learned about the dramatic Smokey eye makeup. Here are some few steps to be followed for classic Smokey eye makeup.

 

Step 1: Apply highlighter

The highlighter you applied must be lighter than all you three shades you selected for the Smokey eye. Use eye shadow brush to apply it on the inside corner of your eyelid both upper and lower lids. Also apply in under your eye brows from start to end.

Step 2: Put your medium shade

Apply your medium shade over your entire eyelid and make sure to blend it in inside corners with high-lighter. So both colors complement each other. You have to apply the medium shade only to the natural crease on your lid not underneath the eyebrows.

Step 3: Add darker color

Start with your outside corner and blend in a C shape from halfway inwards (from the outside of your face) on the lash line, go down and around to about partly inwards on the crease of your eyelid.

The darkest part ought to dependably be the point at the upper edge of your lash line. At whatever point you have to apply a greater amount of your dark shadow, begin as of right now and work inwards or upwards.

Don’t matter the shadow too far in. You need within ⅓-½ of your eyelid not to be used by any dark eye shadow. It will make your eyes to look open and splendid.

To add a sensational look to your classic Smokey eye; clear your dull eye shadow to a point (to a shape like this “<” shape than a “C” shape) towards the end of your eyebrow. Make sure that the darkest point still stays at the outside corner of your lash line. Clear a tad bit of your dark shadow under your eye onto your lower lid. Once more, begin at the outside corner and bring it just partially in. This will help to adjust the haziness out on the highest point of your eyes.

Step 4: Shadows blending

Now it’s time to start giving a fine look by blending your shades. If you have used the eye shadow brush before for highlighting, use it after washing it for shadows bending. Always blend the lightest shade first, you medium color is on the lid and darker color is on the crease, so make sure both don’t  mix with each other. Move your brush in C shape smoothly so both color when blend will give an ombre effect. Blend dark shade outwards toward your brow bone. Be care full that it should not mix with your highlighter which you have applied underneath your eyebrows.

Step 5: Apply eyeliner

After you have done with your blending, it’s time to apply eyeliner. On the off chance that you need a smooth cat eye look, bring your eyeliner from within corner lash line towards the end of your eyebrow. End it in a decreased line somewhat before the edge of your eye shadow (where the darkest part meets your un-shadowed skin). For a smudgy look, draw a thick line over the highest point on your lash line, use finger tip or a little eye shadow brush to smudge and blur the line.

After you have done with your blending, it’s time to apply eyeliner. On the off chance that you need a smooth cat eye look, bring your eyeliner from within corner lash line towards the end of your eyebrow. End it in a decreased line somewhat before the edge of your eye shadow (where the darkest part meets your un-shadowed skin). For a smudgy look, draw a thick line over the highest point on your lash line, use finger tip or a little eye shadow brush to smudge and blur the line.

If you want to add more dramatizations to your Smokey eye then tight-line your eyes. This is the point at which you use your eyeliner to draw a line on the inward edge of your eyes, spotted straightforwardly under your upper lashes or more your lower lashes. This can be troublesome for a few, as it included applying eyeliner near to your eyeball.

Tight line the inner edge of your lash lines closest your tear duct by your nose with a white eyeliner pencil. It will pop your eyes, keeping them looking brilliant even with all the dark smudging above.

Step 6: Apply mascara

Now apply mascara to your lashes, wiggling your brush to your lashes to help define them. Don’t apply more than two coats to avoid the clumps. Apply single coat to your lower lash.

 

 

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