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The classic smoky eye effect suits everyone and in this makeup video see step by step how to create it.
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Hi, welcome to watch mojo. I’m your host professional make up artist Ally, and today I’m going to show you to achieve that traditional smoky-eye make up look.
We’re going to do that traditional dark, black, smoky-eye. Were going to start with the base with vanilla, and just cover the entire eye. Next were going to use I highlight, which is under the brow and in the corner of the eyes. Were going to take light silver color and put it on the lid of the eye. Next, I’m going to take a darker shade of gray to the corner, increase, and on the lash line. Next, I’m going to use the sparkly black eye shadow in a V position following the crease. Let us get rid of this dust underneath, now with the angled brush. Were going to go underneath the bottom of the lashes with the medium gray, and with the sparkly one, same thing or were just going to go halfway.
Now we’re going to use the black eyeliner, the pencil, you want to apply it right next to the lash line. Now what I do to intensify the line, I take a black shadow, this one that we used before, and I’m just going to go over, dabbing it with my angled pencil. It’s going to prevent from sledging and it’s going to last though. To make it just a bit more intense, I’m going to take a deep, deep black and kind of blend it and just in the corner. To make it really intense, you want to put a black liner on the inside of the eye to. Put some mascara on the bottom lashes, since we already have some at the top, and we’ll curl your top lashes. Here is your traditional Smokey-eye, black silver and gray and that’s it.