SULTRY SMOKEY EYE

So, i'm back again with another makeup look. If you have read my recent blog post on 'Bronzed and Glowy Makeup' and if you haven't, quickly take a visit here, I mentioned I wanted to feature more makeup looks on my blog, which I have been seriously lacking at recently. I've got quite a few makeup looks in mind, so stay put! 

I  absolutely love warm toned eyeshadows, so I thought i'd create this warm, smoked out eye look and I must say, I really love how it turned out. I don't usually wear dark smokey eyes as often as I would want, as I believe with having brown eyes, I would just look like a goth (lol), but I think this look worked really well and I'll definitely be wearing this look more often!

I guess you could say it's intense, but I wouldn't say extreme. It can be worn daily with natural lashes, or for a full glam, night out look, just pair with some full, dramatic lashes.

Product details...

Primer: Merhon - Skin Prep Pro
Foundation: Maybelline - Fit Me Matte & Poreless
Concealer: Maybelline - Fit Me Concealer
Powder: Laura Mercier - Loose Translucent Powder
Bronzer: Kiko Milano - Bronzer Powder
Highlight: MAC - Global Glow Mineralize Skin Finish 
Eyebrows: ABH - Dip Brow Dark Brown & Benefit - Ready, Set, Brow!
Eye Base: MAC - Soft Ochre Paint Pot
Eyeshadow: Morphe Brushes - 35O / Colourpop - Lovely
Liner: Marcelle - Waterproof Expresso
Mascara: Dior - Diorshow Iconic Overcurl
Lashes: Threads Beauty - Emiloo

Eye Look:
Step 1: 
For my transition shade, I used the light, orange toned shadow with a large fluffy brush, and blended this seamlessly throughout the crease and just above.
Step 2:
I took the vomit/brown shadow (I know, not the nicest way to describe it, but it really does look like it lol!) from the top right with a tapered blending brush into the crease. 
Step 3:
Then, I took a warm, red toned brown and packed it straight onto the lid and then took my previous blending brush and blended this with the crease colour.
Step 4: 
Time to smoke out that lower lash line! Firstly, I took the transition shade again and applied this with a small tapered brush across the lower lash line.
Step 5: 
I then took the eyeshadow used on the lid and blended this until very smoked out to deepen the lash line.
Step 6:
I took a deep black/brown shade and smoked this out through the lash line and lid, for an extra smokey, dramatic look and took the Marcelle Waterproof Eyeliner in Expresso in the waterline.
Step 7:
After, I took the light, white shade to the brow bone for that highlight to pull the look together.
Step 8:
Taking Colourpop Super Shock shadow in Lovely, I popped this in my tear ducts for that inner corner highlight.


Thank you for reading today's blog post on this eye look and I hope you liked it.
Keep your eyes peeled on my Instagram (@katherinem_x) for more looks to come on the blog!

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