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Give Your Smoky Eye A Kick With These Fresh New Looks
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Today's look: deep brown eyes with a graded wash and a smudged plum lip.
True Blood is over for the season (booooo!), so I decided to pay tribute by doing my own vampy look, partially inspired by Pam , but also by the ubiquitous promotional image . I love a good statement lip, but sometimes I like to break the rules and pair it with dark eyes.
Back when I used to wear lots of eye makeup on a daily basis, this (along with smokey eyes) was my go-to look.
Blend the edges with a fluffy brush in small, circular motions - or just use your finger. Blend the edges into the lighter color.
Can you achieve a professional looking smoky eye in just two steps, with one product? According to CoverGirl, you can.
This is a look best suited for night time, but if you ask Kimberly , any of your local drag queens, or me, you can totally wear this in the daytime. Eff your day/night rules! (This is as rebellious as I get.)
As I was flipping through last month's Teen Vogue (yes, I'm a subscriber, even though I'm 26), I came across this stunning photo of Adele: I loved the use of purples in not just the shadow, but also the liner and mascara. Paired with a light, neutral lip and beautiful contouring, this went to the top of my list of looks I wanted to try on myself.
I’ve done a lot of smokey eyes recently so I felt like something more fun and flirty and decided to do a look with gold, peachy-pink and deep berry – kind of like a Tequila Sunrise ;) 1.
Tutorial time! MakeupGeek has a peacock week, and I did few peacock inspired looks for the idea gallery. This was the other one, and another one was done with Urban Decay BoS III .
First, I know it's Tuesday and I'm predictably late with Makeup Monday. I hope the lack of alliteration doesn't detract from the post; I promise that I have lots of great excuses for not putting this up yesterday. Or, I fell asleep.
First of all, wow!