27 Jan 2019by Ella
How To Do Smokey Eye Makeup
How To Do Easy Smokey Eye Makeup The Easy Way
Here is one of the easiest and most simplest ways to apply or do smokey eye makeup. The below picture tutorial is best for beginners that are looking to know how to do smokey eye makeup in a simple easy way that dose not require any expert technique or makeup skills.
I am going to show you how to create the perfect smoky eye, first a step by step in pictures, then I am going to explain it in a mini tutorial.
Let’s jump into it….
What You Need
- Black Liner
- Smudge Brush
- Eye Sweep Brush
- Eye Shadow Brushes
- Three to Four Colour Eye Shadows from Light to Dark
Smokey Eye Makeup Step by Step Instructions
If you are looking for smokey eye tutorial for beginners have a look at the following smokey eye makeup picture tutorial:
You will always get better results especially if it is your first time doing a smokey eye on your eyes, is to select dark shades eye-shadow such as black, blue and greens. This will help hide any imperfections if our hand and technique is still not up to the level you want to be.
How To Do Smokey Eyes Step By Step With Pictures
Once the medium shade is packed into place and blended out, you need to start going in with your first layout of dark shadow. You will need to use a flat top eye brush, and use a patting motion to pat it in place rather than rubbing it.
NOTE: Fall out does often occur when shadows are smudged out, so patting it in place will minimize the fallout.
Now that all your colours are in place, start to define your eye with a creamy black eye pencil. Drag the pencil along top and bottom eyelash lines, making sure there is no skin showing between lashes and the line you are drawing, then do this to your inner bottom lash line too by gently pulling your under-eye skin downward to get access, this will give a more dramatic look.
Remember that a smoky eye should not have any harsh lines, circles or patches and should be softly blended at the edges. Use a Q-tip or a smudge brush, to lightly smudge the shadow at the crease and along bottom lashes or any area that needs a bit of touching up.