This makes good St. Patrick's day makeup. Learn how to apply the smokey green eye look with green glitter.
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MJ shows how to do a "sexy smoky sultry eye" through steps and techniques on how to apply different layers of makeup. This video is helpful for anyone looking for new and fresh ways to apply makeup in a creative manner. The steps in this video are thorough and clearly demonstr ...more
This video shows you how to get a New Year’s Eve look that is very fun, flirty, but simple using glitter. For a base use two face eye shadow insurance all over. Take a blue and put it onto the lid up and away. For the bottom use a dark blue and with a small brush smudge it acr ...more
This video shows you how to create the basic smoky eye makeup. You should start off by applying a primer on your lid and up to your brow. On your eyelid up to the crease apply a light color - almost white or gray. Pat silver on top of that. Smoke out your eyes with the charcoa ...more
You don't have to be a makeup artist to do a great smoky eye. Here we break down the process for you so you, too, can get that look. Prepare Put on all of your face makeup, excluding eye makeup, and add concealer to your eyelids for staying power. Base shadow Apply a medium ...more
This purple smokey eyes look is made possible by the lavish beauty of Kim Kardashian. Follow along to this makeup tutorial to learn how you can recreate this smokey eye makeup look yourself! It's perfect for any occasion, day or night.
This is a recreation of a signature 3D smokey eye look. False eyelashes for this look are recommended. The cosmetic products used to create this look are Bare Escentuals mineral foundation, MAC Studio Finish concealer NW15, Bobbi Brown Peony shimmerbrick, ArtDeco eyeshadow bas ...more
Fall is coming, and it's time to whip up that sexy smokey eye makeup look! This makeup tutorial video will give you tips on how to apply your smokey eye. Part 1 of 2 - How to Apply Smokey Eyes. Part 2 of 2 - How to Apply Smokey Eyes.
If you like the looks of Kim Kardashian's makeup, then this video is perfect for you. This makeup tutorial will show you how to recreate a shimmery blue and silver smokey eye makeup look inspired by Kardashian, so follow along for all the tips and beauty products used. Part 1 ...more
This is a makeup look inspired by MAC's Cool Heat collection. With this video tutorial, you can learn how to apply MAC's cool heat collection in order to create a dramatic appearance. Eyes: ArtDeco eyeshadow base Mauvism Paint, Sea Me Shadestick Shadows: Carbon, Blue Flame, S ...more
This makeup tutorial video will teach you how to apply makeup in order to achieve an awesome smokey eyes look. This is great for going out at night. Products used: MAC Base: Beige-ing Shadows: Electra, Greystone, Black Tied, Nylon Brush: 224, 219, 217
This makeup tutorial will teach you to apply makeup for a funky purple smokey eye. This smokey eye is a classic makeup look, and will have yo u looking great all night. MAC products used: + Painterly Paint Pot with 252 Brush + Provence Pigment with 224 Brush + Violet Pigment ...more
Steal a makeup look from right off the runway with help from Fashion Face TV makup tutorials. Rule your school, party, event with this impeccable blue smokey eye and dark gothic magenta lip. The following makeup products were used in this video: Dior Nude Foundation Estee Lau ...more
The smokey eyes are essential for every woman's makeup repertoire. This tutorial video will show you how to use various MAC makeup products to apply a great looking smokey eye. Products used: . Mac Bare Canvas Paint . Mac Juxt e/s . Mac Aquadisiac e/s . Mac Carbon e/s . Mac Ph ...more
Dip into the sultriness of Arabic women with this Fall look that's sure to drop jaws. It's a smokey Arabic-style look with vivid purples and reds. It's the perfect autumn makeup look when wearing dark colors. Watch this video for the step-by-step instructions for applying this ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to apply a silver smoky makeup look for a hooded eye. Start out with a silver color brushed all over the eyelid. After this, brush a darker color in the crease of the eye, blending in the outer corner of the eye. From here, blend this up towards ...more
Ah! The smoky eye, one of the most popular styles of eye makeup today. But what about adding that extra touch? With our hostess, in this quick video, we learn to add a plum accent to your basic smoky eye. Along with recommendations on exact brands we may use, we are given a st ...more
This makeup video is a quick demonstration on how you can apply black MAC smokey eyes. Products used: -UDPP (Urban Decay Primer Potion) -Mac Fluidline in Blacktrack -Mac Carbon e/s -Mac Soft Brown e/s -Mac Ricepaper e/s -Mac brow pencil in Lingering
Love the makeup styles of Kim Kardashian? Then you might like this makeup tutorial, which shows you how to recreate her looks. This Kardashian-inspired smokey eyes look uses minimal product, so you don't need to load up on the cosmetics. It's a simple look, perfect for any occ ...more
Try out this beautiful and sexy makeup look with smokey eyes and neutral lips. Watch this instructional cosmetics video to create a romantic makeup look using tones of gold and brown eyeshadow with a subtly pink lip gloss combination. This makeup style creates a quintessential ...more
Purple eyeshadow is a great way to liven up any outfit or night out. In this makeup tutorial, learn how to apply a wonderful purple smoky eye, perfect for a variety of occassions. Use this step by step guide to apply this romantic, fun and flirty makeup look.
This makeup tutorial video will show you how you can use makeup to make your eyeshadow into a Smokey Green look. I used: Urban Decay Primer Potion MAC eyeshadow Blanc Type MAC eyeshadow Nylon MAC eyeshadow Juxt MAC eyeshadow Swimming MAC eyeshadow Humid Clinique Cream Liner S ...more
There is nothing more stunning than accentuating eyes with smokey makeup for a special occasion. Here's a tutorial for you on how to get smokey eyes for a stylish evening or a sophisticated day look in less time. Great for beginners. Video: . Step 1: Apply Base Coat Firstly, ...more
Want a smokey eye look but only have a single type of eye shadow? This home beauty video tutorial will teach you how to create a classy, imperceptibly gradiated eye look using that single shade of eye shadow. Learn how to make one color look like 3 with this how-to! Check ou ...more
This is a makeup tutorial for black and brown smoky eye makeup. It is a look popularized by stars like Kim Kardashian. The artist lets you watch as she creates the look on herself. Instructions are provided in the video's captions. She tells you which brands she uses, as well ...more
Follow the latest makeup trend and apply smokey eye makeup! Learn the step-by-step process of creating smokey eyes in this free video clip from a professional makeup artist. Part 1 of 15 - How to Apply smoky eye makeup. Apply smoky eye makeup - Part 2 of 15. Click through to w ...more
The crystal-clear blue seas of summer have inspired everyone from painters and poets to the creators of "The Smurfs." Let the ocean's resonant beauty inspire your own by watching this tutorial on creating super shimmery, glistening smokey eyes. Based on the color blue, this e ...more
This tutorial is an in-depth look into how to make a purple smoky eye makeup look. Using various layers of eye shadow and fine-tuning, you will be able to add a blended purple eyeshadow look. Following the crease line of your eyelid and emphasizing them will be the highlight o ...more
Looking for a classic, yet stunning look? Follow these beauty tips in applying silver, grey and black eye shadows to create a sophisticated, attention grabbing look. PRODUCTS USED: FACE Clinique Perfectly Real Makeup MAC Studio Fix Aziza II Concealer MAC Global Glow Mineral S ...more
Check out this how-to video to achieve a simple blue smokey eye look with makeup. Apply your foundation and brow pencil prior to starting, or else you may have to compromise your simple blue smokey eye look.
Want to learn how to apply makeup flawlessly? Watch this makeup instructional video to create this blue-grey smokey eye makeup look. May Paris gives helpful beauty tips on creating this beautiful look. Products used: minerals from the beautyfromtheearth.com, dolphin eyeshadow ...more
Kristen Stewart is a well known tomboy who really doesn't care whether she's wearing Chanel or Target when she's out and about. But the sister knows how to glam it up big time on the red carpet and for photo shoots, where she brings out her hidden sultry, feminine side. For a ...more
We've always been advised to apply eyeshadow shades that complement our individual eye colors. So for sisters with brown eyes, a deep royal purple or metallic silver will bring out the richness and golden undertones of our eyes, while blue eyed gals look great with sunset tone ...more
When it comes to smokey eyes, is there any starlet more versed in how to apply the look than Kim Kardashian? We can't think of any person more enamored with the sultry femme fatale look than the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star. Kim's fondness for smokey eyes - and expe ...more
The smokey eye has become one of the most popular makeup looks in recent decades. Worn by celebrities and the casual consumer alike, it is not only popular but is also one of the hardest looks to recreate. A few months ago, I was aske to create a simple, easy to follow tutoria ...more
This makeup tutorial video will teach you how to apply a party girl, edgy purple smokey eye. This eyeshadow look will surely get you many compliments. Part 1 of 2 - How to Apply purple smoky eye makeup for a party girl edge. Part 2 of 2 - How to Apply purple smoky eye makeup ...more
Want to learn how to apply makeup flawlessly? Watch this makeup instructional video to create this simple but stunning smokey silver eye makeup look. May Paris gives helpful beauty tips on creating this beautiful look.
This instructional demonstrates how to apply eye shadow for a dramatic colorful look using Ben Bye products. After applying a white base, use yellows, pinks, and purples to give your eyes a tropical look. Use some smokey grey shadows to accentuate the transitions.
In this tutorial, we learn how to get a dramatic smoky eyes look. First, prime your entire eyelid with a color that matches your skin. Next, take a silver color eyeshadow and apply it to your entire eyelid. Next, apply a black eyeshadow to the outer edge of the eye then blend ...more
Smokey, sexy eyes are so now! Follow these tips for dramatic eyes and don't shy away from black eyeshadow. It is the key to this celebrity look. Apply moisturizer Apply a bit of moisturizer around the eye area for a lifted eye look. Example: Olay Regenerist Eye Lifting Serum ...more
Watch this instructional cosmetics video to apply M.A.C and Bourgeois Makeup for a pink and black smokey eye. Use M.A.C brushes to achieve a delicate blending effect. Use bold pinks and dark colors for this eye shadowing job.
This video will show you how to apply makeup to your whole face for a new look in the mornings, as well as how to apply eyeshadow for a brown smokey eye look. This smokey eye can be updated at night for a more chic makeup look for going out. Products used: MAC Base: Shell Lin ...more
Any color, like royal blue in this how-to video, can beautifully create a smoky eye look. Use these cosmetics to create this look: Revlon Colorstay SPF 6 foundation (oily/combo) in Golden Beige, Physician's Formula Bronze Gems bronzer, Estee Lauder blush in "Fresh Plum," Too F ...more
Sharon Connolly, Image Consultant, demonstrates how to create a fabulous smoky eyes look. Start by brushing a very light color over the eyelid area from the lashes to the brow, accenting the inner corner of the eye. Then apply a brown shadow from the lashes to just above the ...more
This is an Alicia Keys makeup look, inspired by some pictures of her wearing some gorgeous green eyeshadow. This look works great for any skin tones, but works especially well with skin types that are dark or tan. It's also a good makeup look that transitions well from summer ...more
Sometimes, every woman wants to look a alittle bit like a gold digger. This is a tutorial makeup video on how to apply a black and gold makeup look using mostly MAC products. Products used: -Urban Decay Primer Potion -Mac Ricepaper e/s -Mac Gorgeous Gold e/s -Mac Carbon e/s
Be your own artist! Smashbox pros Lori Taylor & Hank Hoffman give you a step-by-step guide for creating the most gorgeous, runway-ready smokey eye ever! Part 1 of 2 - How to Create the ultimate smokey eye. Part 2 of 2 - How to Create the ultimate smokey eye.
Since when did everyone think that smokey eyes HAVE to be brown/black/silvery? While we love the way a murky brown smokey eye looks, there are so many more options out there if you want to do a smokey eye look but are bored of the usual colors. If you're feeling a little adve ...more
Smokey eyes are considered the makeup version of LBDs for many gals, but they also tend to be a little too heavy to wear during the daytime and during summer, when just about everything we put on we sweat off. But not this smokey eye. Composed of shimmery lilac and silvers, t ...more
Hmm, a tutorial for smokey eyes and nude lips? You've probably seen a million of these on YouTube, but this one's a bit different, given that it's based on smokey eye queen Kim Kardashian. We all rock a smokey eye every now and then, but this lady wears it nine times out of 10 ...more
A smokey eye is as essential to your makeup arsenal as the LBD is to your wardrobe. That's because smokey eyes can be varied from very nude and neutral for school or work to highly dramatic with neon purples and blacks for a night out with your gal pals. Eyes are the window to ...more
The smokey eye in this tutorial is great for everyday. This vide will show you how to create a sultry eye without going totally smokey. If you are too timid to totally smoke your eye or are not heading to the right kind of party, check out this great tutorial.
Black and brown smokey eyes are so last season. Kick it with the fashion forward elite by injecting some spring in your facial beautifying routine. With prom season coming up, you'll want to stand out from the crowd with an eye look that's unexpected yet undeniably pretty and ...more
Create a Twilight smokey eye inspired makeup look with the makeup tutorial from Lauren Luke, aka Panacae81. Lauren, also known as Panacae81 on youtube, has been making makeup tutorials for some time now. After becoming a youtube legend, Lauren has gone on to write her own wee ...more
Create a Dancing On Ice sparkling smokey eye makeup look with the makeup tutorial from Lauren Luke, aka Panacae81. Lauren, also known as Panacae81 on youtube, has been making makeup tutorials for some time now. After becoming a youtube legend, Lauren has gone on to write her ...more
As part of the trifecta of hotties on "Vampire Diaries" (Damon and Stephen, her two leading men, being the other two) Nina Dobrev wears little to no makeup as her sweet character Elena Gilbert. But she still looks drop dead gorgeous. While we can't exactly steal her good genes ...more
Want to look like a blond Playboy bombshell? This tutorial goes into a red rust/silver smokey eye that complements blue and gray eyes (you can always wear contacts in those colors if you have them). The look is inspired by Kendra from "The Girls Next Door." Of course, you don ...more
A major Hollywood player since she was a preteen, Vanessa Hudgens knows what looks on the red carpet and what doesn't. And, like most girls, she's found that the smokey eye never fails to make your eyes pop and to the make the eyes of nearby cartoon wolves pop out. In this vi ...more
Neutral, universally flattering colors should be the bread and butter of both your makeup collection and makeup routine. Not that we're not a fan of bright and bold hues; it's just that neutrals like taupe, ecru, and smokey grays make every gal look fantastic, no matter her sk ...more
Most of us wouldn't even think to wear bright yellow and royal purple together unless we happen to be at Staples Center cheeering the Laker's on through the NBA Finals Tournament. But these two colors, which happen to be complementary hues on the color wheel, actually make for ...more