Makeup: Smoky Eyes
Smoky Eyes, on a par with red lipstick, is considered as a classic technique in makeup. The main rule — don’t combine these two make-up techniques in a single look. Smoky eye, according to tradition, combines the smooth transition of black color in the gray of the eyelids. Therefore, this is considered to be an evening makeup. But with the use of lighter shades shades — bronze, pale blue, light green — it’s possible to achieve the Smoky Eyes effect appropriateness for daily looks.
The combination of one primary color, which fades into a lighter shade — a classic choice for a Smoky Eyes. But this doesn’t mean, that you cann’t experiment. The skillful combination of black and other shades show celebrities on the red carpet — black with emerald, bronze, blue and brown are choosing Adriana Lima, Chloe Grace Moretz, Olivia Palermo, Mila Kunis and other stellar amateur of Smoky Eyes.
Classic black is selected Demi Lovato, Chanel Iman, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Lily Collins, Jourdan Dunn and other selebretis. But the bold experiments tested Lily-Rose Depp and Sarah Jessica Parker by blue Smoky Eyes.
Technique of Smoky Eyes doesn’t require special skills or knowledge of make-up. The main rule is to create a smoky eye effect — competent shading in order to create a smooth, seamless transition from one shade to another.
Before make-up, you need to prepare the eyelid skin, causing either an ad hoc basis under the shade or a little foundation or powder. If you choose a cream foundation or concealer, remember that the shadows in this case must be pigmented to create intense color.
Next, using a fat pencil is to paint the upper eyelid at the lash line. We pay special attention to between lashes space, leaving no gaps. Well shaded pencil lines.
Then put on the mobile eyelid, close to the growth of eyelashes base color, at Smoky Eyes is the darkest shade, trying to drive the movements for greater color intensity.
All the mobile eyelid and outer corner of eye apply a lighter shade. It should be good to paint the outer corner of the eye, leaving no gaps, for it it is necessary to shade the shadows with his eyes open.
At the crease apply the lightest nude shade or light brown in color (depending on the color of Smoky Eyes). Shade to a natural transition to the eyebrow.
For lower eyelid using the same technique — a pencil to shade the ground and causes the shade darker shade.
Finish the Smoky Eyes with several layers of black mascara, well drawn eyebrows and nude lips.