Monday, April 5, 2010

Find Your Best Smoky Eye Look.

Ideal Smoky Look For Oval Eyes:Lucky for you, oval shaped eyes can pretty much pull off any smoky look. To create a style for this shape, you'll need the following tools and products:
Three shades of eyeshadow in a light, medium, and darker tone. To make this easy, use an eyeshadow palette so you have to fumble with multiple compacts. Try
Three shades of eyeshadow in a light, medium, and darker tone.
Try: Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Shadow & Liner, $11.95.
For a daytime smoky day look stick to mauve and bronze shades, but for nighttime, turn up the heat with black and gunmetal.
  • Three brushes -- a fluffy brush, a stiff, medium-sized brush and a liner brush.
  • An eyelash curler. I love the Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, $19.
  • •A dark pencil eyeliner. Try the top-rated MAC Powerpoint Eye Pencil, $17.50.
  • Mascara.

Application technique:

Step 1: Sweep the lightest shadow across your lids using your stiff brush.

Step 2: Next, work the medium shade into the creases of your eyes, blending upwards.

Step 3:Carefully blend the darkest eyeshadow shade on the outer corners of your creases only, extending it past your eyes slightly.

Step 4: Line your top lashlines with your eyeliner pencil.

Step 5: To create the smoky effect, dampen your liner brush and dip it into the dark shadow shade. Smudge the shadow on the outer part of your lashlines, dragging it up and outward slightly.

Step 6: Pick up your pencil liner again repeat Steps 4 and 5 on your lower lashlines.

Step 7: Finish by curling your lashes and applying two to three coats of mascara.


If your eyes are small ...I recommends using medium and light shades only. Just sweep a medium-toned shimmer shadow on the lids and a lighter shimmery color up into the browbone. For liner, I like to extend the liner past the eye shape and smudge [it] into the shadow with a small stiff brush or a Q- tip. A flesh toned or white eyeliner can be used on the wetline [or inner rims] here to make eyes really look bigger and pop.

If your eyes are far apart ...To make your eyes appear closer together, Schlip recommends keeping the darker shadows focused on the inner corners of your eyes. And avoid extending your liner beyond your outer corners.

If your eyes are close together ...To make your eyes appear further apart, apply "white shimmery shadow" with a small brush to the inner corners of your eyes. Then, when applying your liner, apply it in a very thin line at your inner corners and extend and thicken the line as you reach your outer corners "to draw [your] eyes outward."

I hope you guys enjoy and try this look for yourself.


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