Smokey eyes makeup (often referred to as “the little black dress of makeup”) elevates your evening look something truly dramatic’ve come up with some creative combinations to brighten the look and give it a 24k goddess effect. Here’s how to do smokey eyes makeup.
Golden Smokey Eyes Makeup
To start your smoky eye, determine which eye shadows complement your eye color. Brown and hazel eyes look gorgeous in golds, blues are pretty in pink roses with green eyes and golden hues stand plum or violet shades. A touch of rose gold in the center of the lid or brow bone can open your eyes and spread greatly look glowy summer goddess. The same goes for the bronze glow. Plum is dramatic enough to work with instead of eye shadow brown or black color and looks gorgeous on green eyes. Play around with a plum smoky eye by applying a clear top mauve, and deep plum in the crease.
Before putting on eye makeup, preparing the skin surface with a base eye shadow to stay-put. As a general rule it is advisable to apply foundation and concealer under the eyes after her smoky eyes, since the color so easily falls around the eyes. Dark colors tend to stain the freshly applied foundation. If you carefully apply your foundation first, all their efforts, could be used when bits of rain shadow me.
Start with the eyeshadow. The darker eye shadow can be applied allover the lid or in the crease, depending on the shape of your eye and the look you want. Application of dark color in the crease and blend upward and outward toward the browbone elongates round eyes; many Asian women prefer to create depth putting allover dark narrowed eyes. For a standard smoky eye, you can try pewter eye shadow across the eyelid, charcoal in the crease and keep the light brow bone.
Align the upper lashes from corner to corner; the lower lash line only three quarters of the way, starting from the outer corner of the eye. For an intensely smoky eye, black liquid liner dip a brush in classic flathead eyeliner (brick brown or plum if you have green eyes) and push the lash line. Do the same with powder black eyeshadow (brick brown or plum if you have green eyes). Layering your liner with different formulations (pencil, powder, liquid) will give your look staying power.