Gurpreet asked me to create a dramatic smokey eye including cream and maroon colors and this is what I came up with. I really hope I met your expectations, if not, please describe the look you want me to create or maybe even send me a photo of a smokey eye you want me to recreate.
Products Used in This Tutorial:
- ELF mineral eyelid primer.
- NYX Jumbo Pencil in milk.
- Coastal Scents Hot pot ME15.
- Coastal Scents Hot Pot CM05.
- Coastal Scents Hot Pot S03.
- Essence Long Lasting Eyeshadow in It’s Magic.
- Coastal Scents Hot Pot ME24.
- L’Oreal Black Eyeliner.
- Clinique High Length Mascara.
- Revlon Fabulash Mascara.
- Rimmel Black Eye Pencil.
- MaxFactor Lipstick Night Valley Red.
- NYX lipstick in Iris.
- Estee Lauder Blush in Popourri.
- Elf Contouring and Blush Palette.
Step 1 and 2:
Always prime your eyes with an eyeshadow primer and that will prevent the eyeshadow from creasing and fading away quickly. Now, take a white eyeshadow base and apply that right under your eyebrows and blend it out evenly.
With an eyeshadow brush, take a golden shimmery highlight color and place that under your eyebrow with a patting motion.
With a small eyeliner brush, draw a thin line with a maroon colored eyeshadow. That way, we can blend it out easily later.
Now, taking the same eyeshadow with a crease brush and darken the crease going in all the way towards the tear duct.
If your eyeshadow looks the same, go ahead and grab a matte red eyeshadow and place that over that burgundy eyeshadow. After that is done, take your blending brush and blend out the harsh lines.
Grab your favorite gold eyeshadow base and apply that in the center of the eyelid that we have left out.
Now, pick up a gold eyeshadow that looks similar to the base and pat it on the gold base.
Take a precise brush such as an eyeliner brush and pick up the burgundy eyeshadow and apply that under your lower lash line.
Take the same eyeshadow that you used under your eyebrow with a pointed brush and place that in the tear duct area.
Create a winged eyeliner with your eyeliner and also apply your favorite black eye pencil on your waterline.
Finish off the look with your mascara applying at least 3-4 coats. Since, I am not a bride, I would highly suggest for you to wear fake eyelashes 😉
This is just how I made it. You can change certain steps if you would like to. I know that Indian brides like to have a thick winged-in eyeliner or pencil, basically wearing the eye pencil under the lower waterline and winged-in towards the tear duct, but I didn’t do that.
Now, I am going to show you two different lipsticks that I think would look best with this smokey eye.
Lips: In the first picture, I am wearing NYX lipstick in Iris which is a golden shimmery nude color and in the second picture, I am wearing Max Factor lipstick in Night Valley Red.
Blush: In both the pictures, I am wearing the Estee Lauder Blush In Potpourri. I highly recommend using a golden shimmery highlighter for above the cheek bones because that will look super pretty in the pictures.
Bronzer: I used ELF contouring and blush palette.
Please let me know what you think of this look and that would mean the world to me 😀
Have a good day everyone,
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