Night Makeup: Smokey Eyes

        Every beautylista wants to be able to pull of a sultry smokey eye at least once in her life, right? These days I rarely go for a black smokey eye, I usually just do a brown and bronze smokey look, but since I am starting this blog/channel with the basics of make-up, I reckon that every beautylista must know how to do a classic black smokey eye. In this video, I will be teaching you the quickest way to do it, by using a crayon eye shadow. This look is perfect for a night of dancing with the ladies!

        One of the things that I love about make-up is that it can actually change a woman’s attitude for that moment. Just intensify your eyes when you feel like being fierce, sultry, or daring. Make-up is a form of expression, so just have fun with it! Hope you learn something new from this tutorial!!!

(Please bear with the change of lighting! I filmed late in the afternoon with natural sun light, and then had to switch to my room light after sunset!)

Products used:

  • RMK Creamy Foundation
  • Shu Uemura Hard Formula in Walnut Brown and Acorn
  • RiRi Hearts MAC Powder Blush Duo applied with Wayne Goss 04 Blending Brush
  • Charlotte Tilbury Color Chameleon: Black Diamonds
  • Black Eyeshadow (Dior Travel Palette)
  • Dark brown eyeshadow
  • White Shimmer applied with Wayne Goss 05 brush
  • Mac Smolder Kohl Eyeliner (another OPTION if you don’t want a smudged look: Maybelline Gel Eyeliner)
  • Red Cherry Lashes #213 applied with Dolly Wink Eyelash Glue
  • MAC Prolong Wear Concealer: NC25 blended with a MAC 217 brush.
  • Maybelline Gel Eyeliner
  • Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler
  • Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze and Glow applied with Wayne Goss 02 brush
  • Charlotte Tilbury Lipcheat: Pillow Talk
  • Charlotte Tilbury Kissing Lipstick: Penelope Pink
  • Tarte blush: Doll Face
  • Chanel Les Beiges

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Angela Yeo is the Beautylista, an entrepreneur and a make-up artist. She is in the food business and also does make-up for print advertisements, advertorials, magazine editorials, and brides. She has a penchant for creativity, and has a passion for creating anything from make-up looks to food art. She wears many hats, but her favourite roles are being a supportive wife to her athlete husband, and a loving mother to two adorable girls. They are her inspirations. This blog was created to share make-up tutorial videos, and write reviews about the make-up products she uses. It is also intended to be a fun and creative lifestyle diary in which she can share her musings about beauty, fashion, travel, family, and everything in between! If you need to reach her, you may email her at Enjoy browsing!!!

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