Tutorial Thursday : Kim Kardashian inspired Silver Smokey eye makeup for Brown eyes. Hey everyone!
Today I’m doing a super simple Silver Smokey eye makeup Tutorial which is inspired by brown eyed beauty Kim Kardashian’s signature smokey eye. Traditionally, warm metallics and neutrals like gold, copper, bronze add depth to brown eyes but a contrasting shade like silver or grey can add a gorgeous sparkle to brown eyes. I hope you like the look, don’t forget to leave your comments below this post! Kim Kardashian inspired Silver Smokey eye makeup tutorial for Brown eyes I’m not recreating any particular look of Kim Kardashian’s here but just taking inspiration from the general style. How To Smoldering Smokey Eyes - DIY Weddings. We’re so thrilled to share this absolutely gorgeous tutorial from Amy Clarke today.
She has made it so easy for you to recreate this sexy, yet understated, smoldering smokey eye on your own. Smoldering Smokey Eyes 1. Prep the whole eyelid and under eye with either a concealer or eyeshadow primer. I used MAC Paint in Bare Canvas. 2. + 3. + 4. +5. 6. 7. Shopping Made Fun. Victoria’s Secret Eye Makeup - TUTORIAL. Every woman either admire or envy the Victoria`s Secret angels, because they do look gorgeous.
Although not anyone can have such a perfect body and a beautiful face, their makeup is not so-difficult to get. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the shades and colours and look like a real angel. Apply a nude shade of eye shadow or powder onto the lids. This will work as a base for the make up – the colours will look brighter and last for longer. then use a black eyeliner and draw a thin line on the upper eye lid. Use brown eye shadow and cover the full eye lid. Use a shade a little bit darker than your complexion and cover the area below the eye brows.
Use a thin brush to apply brown eye shadow below the lower eyelashes. To make the perfect finish apply golden eye shadow. Blinc - 5 Simple Steps to Create a Daytime Smokey Eye. ! Maryam Maquillage !: Classic Makeup: Contour & Smoke. Hello my beauties!
Happy International Women's Day -- March 8!! How are you celebrating? I hope you're all being pampered and loved on this special day and every day!!! Where has the time gone, my loves? It's already March and I'm just getting started on my Spring Series looks and posts. Read more for tips, links & tutorial! The Look: Classic Black Smokey Eye played up with a hint of glitter and voluminous stacked lashes. Cut Crease Kitty Cat Look Step-By-Step Tutorial.
Tutorial by Marilyn Neutral eyes don’t have to be boring!
This striking look is created using all neutral shades but delivers a dramatic flair that is spectacular. This remarkable look was done using all Makeup Geek eyeshadow. For my first look I decided to do something that leaned used more neutral toned shades that will look good on everyone, but with a vivid appearance. Black Smokey Eyes Tutorial. Here's the tutorial of the eye make-up I wore here & here.
I'd just like to say, as always, it's very easy- easier than it looks. Things you'll need: Matte Black Eyeshadow- I used Urban Decay Blackout from Naked 2 Palette, but you can also use Bourjois Intense Eyeshadow #10 Matte Light Brown Eyeshadow- I used Buck from Urban Decay Naked PaletteShimmery highlight eyeshadow- Business Card - You'll know why =)Black Kohl - I used Lakme Kohl UltimateEyelash Curler- I used QVS Eyelash CurlerMascara- I used Bourjois Fast & PerfectBrushes- Too Faced Lid/Smoker brush, Sigma E30 pencil Brush, Sigma E45 Blending Brush Let's get started: After using eyeshadow primer, apply matte black eyeshadow all over your lid.
Sesora Online. One of the most common questions I’m asked when it comes to applying makeup is how to apply eyeshadow to hooded eyes.
Just to clarify a “hooded eye” is when the lid of the eye is heavy and touches the top lashes obscuring the natural crease of the eyelid. Those of us with hooded eyes painstakingly try to replicate gorgeous eyeshadow looks only to open our eyes and see it all disappear! But before I go on with some techniques that might help you enhance your hooded eyes I’d like to point out that they are not a fault or defect, just another feature that makes us all unique and we should embrace it! Still in doubt? Miss Natty's Beauty Diary Blog: A simple & pretty eyeshadow tutorial, using one eyeshadow and an eyeliner! Here's the look we're going to achieve...
I wanted to do this really simple, but really pretty tutorial today using only one eyeshadow and a few basic tools. You can do the same look using any color you want - it definitely doesn't have to be the same color I chose and you can make any substitutions you'd like! Products Used: Urban Decay Primer Potion *not pictured (used in step 1) MAC 'Bronze' Eyeshadow (used in step 6 and 8) MAC 'Feline' Kohl Eye Pencil (used in step 2 and 4) Maybelline Great Lash Lots of Lashes Mascara (used in step 10)Brushes/Tools Used: Sponge applicator (to pack on the color, used in step 6) Precision Tip Cotton Swabs (for smudging the eye liner, you can use any brush or pointed sponge applicator if you'd like - used in step 3 and 5) Sigma Small Angle Brush (used in step 8) Coastal Scents Tapered Blending Brush (used in step 7)
Black lust brown smokey - Hairstyles and Beauty Tips. Bronzy plum day look-request. I got an email this past weekend requesting an eye look that is similar to the one seen here that Scarlett Johansson is sporting.
Pretty right? The lovely gal that requested this look wanted a little bit more light bronze and plum thrown in but wanted the look to be daytime friendly and very soft. The key to her softer look is not having harsh liner lines. Honestly, I am not a fan of not lining the waterline on myself…I think that it creates a disconnect in the makeup and that drives me crazy….but I do understand the appeal of it for a soft look and there are certainly tons of people that can gracefully pull it off! Now, I clearly do not have blonde hair, green eyes or the movie star appeal of the lovely Scarjo -so bear with me… but I did come up with a great MAC friendly option for the look! Products Used: MAC Eyeshadows in “”All That Glitters”, ‘Haux”, “Shale” and “Sketch”, MAC Paint Pot in “Soft Ochre” Revlon Just Bitten Kissable in “Darling” Step 1: Step 2:
! Maryam Maquillage !: "Feline Fatale" Classic Smokey Eye. Bonjour mes belles!
First and foremost, a HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of my Giveaway -- Tephie S., Jennifer F. & Jessica M., and thanks so much to everyone who participated. I have more giveaways coming up soon, so keep glued for announcements! It's finally Friday and I'm getting ready to fly out to Hollywood for my Beauty Blogger of the Year ceremony with Dinair! Smokey Eyes Makeup Step by Step with Pictures. Smokey eyes have always helped in creating a very glamorous, sexy and attractive look. Find out how you can create gorgeous smokey eyes so you can look your best at every special event. It is believed that the eyes are the gate to the soul and this is why beautiful eyes attract so much attention. Eye makeup is one of the best ways to enhance your facial features by making them pop.
There are a variety of ways you can enhance your eyes, depending on preference and the shape of your eyes. Before one decides to do the makeup, it is best to find out the eye shape. One of the greatest ways to enhance the eyes is with the help of smokey eye makeup. The best way to create smokey eyes is by using professional makeup brushes. It is recommended to use a primer on your eyelid before the eyeshadow is applied. Everyday Neutral Smokey Eye Tutorial. The Perfect Bridal Smokey Eyes Makeup For Wedding Day ♥ Smokey Eyes Makeup Tutorial #1919391. Sign up / Login Login with Facebook Login with Google. Smokey khaki eye look for deep set eyes using Bobbi Brown Golden Leaf and Charcoal eye shadows. Simple Matt Brown Smokey eye day look for deep set eyes using Bobbi Brown Sable, Rich Brown & Bone eye shadows.
The colors i used to create this look are (from top left clockwise) Bobbi Brown Sable eye shadow Bobbi Brown Rich Brown eye shadow Bobbi Brown Bone eye shadow Apply Bone eye shadow all over your lids up to your brows. Apply Sable eye shadow to your crease only and blend. Line your upper lids with a wet liner brush and Rich Brown shadow, then line the lower outer lash line with a dry liner brush and some Rich Brown shadow.