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5 tips for perfect smoky makeup

by Alina

Haze in the eyes, glamorous look, romantic and sexy looks… We’ve shared 5 tips for smokey makeup, one of the most prominent types of makeup of recent times.

Step 1: Prepare your eyes for makeup

After cleaning your eyes, prepare your ingredients before applying the headlight. Prepare your headlight palette, brushes, eyeliner or pencil and mascara, consisting of hot coffees or charcoal tones.
Moisturize your eye sight before you start. Then apply some of your makeup (primary) to make the makeup more permanent.
We’ll use a nude headlight as a coaster. Apply from the eyelid to the eyebrow finish line. Choose a color that is close to the color of your skin. This makes other colors look better and prevent swings in the skin.

Step 2: Clarify

 

Pass through the eyelashes with a medium-dark headlight to the end of the eyelid. Towards the end, apply gently to the lower part of the eye. Use a slightly glittering headlight to boost the eyes and add depth.

Step 3: Queue in smoky view

Using an angled brush, apply a lighter than two dark headlights, with a tail at the end of the eyelid, right on the eyelashes. Apply the darker one to the outermost corner. To make it look V-shaped, gently extend the upper kit from the eyelashes to the bottom.

Step 4: Stir

 

Using an angled brush, apply a lighter than two dark headlights, with a tail at the end of the eyelid, right on the eyelashes. Apply the darker one to the outermost corner. To make it look V-shaped, gently extend the upper kit from the eyelashes to the bottom.

Step 5: Finishing touches

 

Pass through the top and bottom eyelashes line with an eyeliner or eyeliner. Do not apply pens to the insides of the eyelids; it makes your eyes look small. Mix with the eyeliner brush, through the eyeliner and with the rest of the headlight. Liquid eyeliner gives more effective results in this case. Finish the makeup by applying mascara to the upper and lower eyelashes. Use an eyelash brush to prevent lumping.

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