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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Dark corners smokey eyeshadow look! Pictorial/Tutorial!

Hello Angels!

I'm back with another different smokey eyeshadow and coral lip look that is very wearable during the day and can carry right into night.  It's easy to create and I've outlined the products used and steps below with lots of pics.
The Look:

I used the products pictured below.
Eyes:  MAC paint pot in groundwork, MAC pigment in Tan, MAC pro longwear eyeshadow in legendary black, MAC eyeshadow in Arena, MAC black kohl eyeliner in Feline, Benefit They're Real mascara.
Lips:  Beet lip liner (thick line), Vegas Volt lipstick

Groundwork as the base, all over the mobile lid to just above the crease

Feline pencil in the inner and outer corners of the eye, blend in to soften the effect towards middle of the eye
Legendary Black eyeshadow in the inner and outer corners of the eye over the feline pencil.  Blend well to really soften the edges of the Feline pencil towards the middle of the eye, making sure the color doesn't stray far above the eyelid crease.

Using a SMALL amount of Tan pigment (only need a crumb or two!!), apply to the center of the eyelid from lash line straight up to the brow bone at the highest point of your arch.  On the lid, blend this pigment outwards towards the dark corners.  In the brow highlight, dip your brush into Arena shadow and use this to blend blend blend the Tan pigment across the brow highlight area.  

  Now take a clean shadow brush and blend blend blend!!  Make sure you have no harsh color lines.  You want each of the colors to flow into each other seamlessly.
Next, add black eyeliner to the lower eyelid and smudge into the lower lash line.  Follow with black eyeliner to upper eyelid and at least two coats of mascara to upper and lower lashes.

Finito!  You are ready to serrrrrve.... Face that is!


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