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Smokey Eyes for Everyday Wear

Smokey eyes have been IN since a long time now and the make-up trends for Fall Winter 2010 have also been "forecasted" as smokey eyes and bright lips. So, I thought why not go for a smokey eye look that is subtle and can be worn everyday... even to work. And so, I have come up with this look and hence a tutorial to share with you guys :)
 

The look goes something like this...
 
Well... For this look I have used the following products:
1. maXfactor Kajal: Black
2. ELF Brightening Eye Color Quad: Drama
3. ELF Liquid Eyeliner


Here go the steps:
1. First of, I use the kajal pencil to line my waterline and the upper lid thickly. It need not be neat, it should just impart a thick black line over the lid.
2. Next, choosing the darkest grey of th
e shadow quad, smudge it on the kajal that was applied on the upper eye lids and blend them together.
3. Next line the upper lash lines with the liquid eye liner and using a blending/smudging brush smudge the liquid liner on the lids.
4. Then line the lower water line with the li
quid liner.
5. Finally, coat your lashes with mascara...





Ta da... you are ready to go :)

Comments

  1. GREAT 'N WONDERFUL !
    SMOKEY EYES FOR EVERYDAY WEAR.
    The steps are simple to follow....so can be worn everyday......and yet the outcome is classy for it renders mysticism to the eyes , hence to the personality , which every woman desires.

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  2. you have done a great job dear...lovely.

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  3. GOGEOUS LOOK........am a new follower,,,do check out my blog and Subbie if u likie..i loved ur article on IMBB bout makeup look for asain eyes even thought i dont have asian eyes....

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  4. @Alaknanda: I am so glad you liked the post :) Thanks so much :)

    @Rakshanda, Butterfly: Thank u sweeyie :)

    @Bhumuka: Thank u and btw i just simply loved the giveaways that you won :) was going thru your blog in the after noon :)

    @Fatima: Wow! Thank u! It's sweet of you to track me down here from IMBB :) Loved your blog btw... You have a new follower :D

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  5. ooooh! am flattered! but you must must try it... it suits all types of eyes! :D and do let me know how it turned out for you :)

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