Get Your Party On This Festive Season With A Smokey Eye Makeup Look
The dress is on, the heels are strapped and all you’re missing this festive season is a flawless smokey eye. Never fear! We’ve got an easy tutorial by makeup artist Shraddha Naik and inspired by the gorgeous Athiya Shetty to help you out. Now grab a mirror, brush up on your blending skills, and let’s go!
What she used;
- Shiseido Pore Smoothing Corrector as an eyeshadow primer
- Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Chocolate Shimmer
- Inglot Duraline
- M.A.C Pressed Pigment in Deeply Dashing
- Urban Decay Naked Eyeshadow Palette
- Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Makeup Foundation
- Charlotte Tilbury Wonderglow
- M.A.C Pro Longwear Concealer
- Bobbi Brown Tinted Eye Brightener
- Inglot AMC Face Blush
- Too Faced La Creme Lipstick in Spice Spice Baby
- Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder
- Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter in Champagne Pop
- M.A.C Prep + Prime Fix+ Setting Spray
Step #1: Prep your eyelids with an eye primer, following which you can use a light layer of concealer on top and seal it with some setting powder.
Step #2: Now using a brown gel eyeliner draw a thick line and smudge it with your eyeliner brush or fingertips.
Step #3: Now that your base is ready, using a pressed pigment powder in a shimmery brown shade, proceed to blend it all over your eyelids. When you apply the pigment on your lower lash line, don’t forget to wet your brush a little so the colour goes on intensely.
Step #4: Now that you’re done with the smokey eye use some shimmery light brown shadow on your brow bone. And make the look more festive by adding some gold glitter liner on the inner corners of the eyes.
Step #5: It’s now time to tend your brows. Using a taupe brown brow powder and brush lightly fill in your eyebrows in feathery strokes.
Step #6: Move onto perfecting your base now and use a liquid foundation to do so and buff it out.
Step #7: Now, conceal your under eyes by moisturising it a little first and add some eye brightener after you’re done correcting and concealing.
Step #8: Get that peachy glow with a cream blush and go over the apples of your cheeks.
Step #9: Use a nude shade as your lip colour to keep your smokey eye as the star of the look.
Step #10: And finally, set your makeup in with a few dabs of translucent powder and a spritz or two of setting spray — voilà, you’re all done!