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!)
- 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