Ever since the Hollywood divas have started rocking Smokey Eyes on the red carpet, women from all over the world have gone crazy about this eye makeup trend. The craziness is so much that Urban Decay has released a “Smokey Palette” under its ever-famed NAKED Eyeshadow series.
However, not everyone can afford the NAKED palette, right? What if we told you that you can get similar quality at a much lower price?
Yes, you can achieve those gorgeous smokey eyes at less than half the price of a NAKED palette. With the Matte Black Smokey Eye Palette , you can create a variety of gorgeous smokey eye looks under a budget.
Now that you have got a smokey eyeshadow of your choice under your budget, the next question should be “how to do a smokey eye?”. Well, sky is the limit when it comes to creating eyeshadow looks. Everyone has their own unique skin tone, eye shape and face shape according to which smokey eye looks can be created.
How to Do a Smokey Eye for beginners
If you are new to the world of smokey eyes, you should start with the lightest colour from the inner corner of your eyes and darken it as you move out. Use the second lightest colour (light grey) from the palette on the inner corner of your eyes. Use it on 1/3rd of your eyelid. Now take the next dark colour and apply. Carefully blend the two with each other. Apply this one on the rest of the 1/3rd portion. Now take the darkest color and apply with outwards strokes. Try to keep a winged shape after the edges of your eyes. You can use a masking tape to work in straight lines.
Now, take the white color from the palette and apply on the tip of the inner corner of your eye. It will give a distinct shine to the inner corner making your eyes look more beautiful. Also apply this white color just below your brows, right on the brow bone. This will help define your brows.
Now that you have achieved the perfect smokey eyes with a smokey eyeshadow under your budget, it’s time to gear up for endless selfies with your best friends!
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