Natural Smoky Eye

How To : Get a elegant natural smoky eye look

This tutorial is a great one to watch if you are looking for an elegant but still natural smoky eye look. Start off by taking the eye shadow Grey Stone and applying it all over the lid. Then take the MAC eye shadow called Omega right over the crease, rounding it off at the end ...more

How To : Create simple and quick brown smoky eyes

Every girl needs a "go-to" recipe, as it were, for looking good. For every girl this "go-to" is different: One gal may fall back to a red lip and neutral eyes when she wants to look hot with minimal effort, while another may work some magic with her smudge brush to create the ...more

How To : Create a glamorous purple smoky eye makeup look

Create a glamorous purple smoky 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 own weekl ...more

How To : Create a Pamela Anderson inspired smoky eye look

Remember Pamela Anderson's "Baywatch" days? Yeah, Pamela Anderson is a little washed up now, but back in the day there was no one hotter in a one-piece swimsuit. And whether she was rescuing a very thankful (and probably turned on) teenage boy from the water or simply hitting ...more

How To : Create an easy smoky eye for beginners

This beauty video demonstrates how to create an easy smoky eye for beginners. Marlena, aka MakeupGeek, is a freelance makeup artist living in Michigan. Marlena says "Makeup isn’t just paint for the face, something to cover blemishes, or even something fun to do in my spare ti ...more

How To : Create a Penelope Cruz inspired evening smoky eye

We can't guarantee you'll look exactly like Penelope Cruz after completing this makeup look, but we can guarantee you'll learn her makeup tricks and secrets. If you've ever witnessed the godlike perfection that is Penelope Cruz on the red carpet then you know that she almost ...more

How To : Create the hazy smoky eye look

With clients like Hilary Duff, Penelope Cruz, and Sarah Michele Geller walking the red carpet, Rachel Goodwin is in demand. We were lucky to hang with Rachel for the day, we begged her to share the secret to her signature smoky eye. Rachel generously gave us a very detailed tu ...more

How To : Create a metallic smoky eye

Steal this look: The metallic smoky eye! With the help of Smashbox Cosmetics, this video goes through the step-by-step process of taking this look into your own home and making it your own. Using Smoke Box from Smash Box, a metallic smoky is born that will leave you look sultr ...more

How To : Create a classic smoky eye

This tutorial explains how to create a classic smoky eye. First prime the eye lid with black cream all over the lid using a flat brush. Apply black eye shadow in the crease area. Apply the eye liner on the top and bottom of the eyes. To give it a more dramatic effect, take you ...more

How To : Create a green smoky eye with your makeup

Get that very "right now" green smoky eye with some help from the professionals at Smashbox Cosmetics. By starting with cream liner Midnight Green and applying little smudges along the line, go back to smudge with your brush to create a smoky effect. Stand our this fall with v ...more

How To : Apply smoky eye makeup

Smoky eye makeup is perfect for a dramatic look or glamorous event. Learn how to apply smoky eye makeup in this free cosmetics video series. Part 1 of 15 - How to Apply smoky eye makeup. Apply smoky eye makeup - Part 2 of 15. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage. ...more

How To : Apply smoky eye makeup

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

How To : Get the smoky eye look with Jemma Kidd

Make-up artist Jemma Kidd shows you how to get the smoky eye look. Watch this how to video to learn how to do your with tips and tricks from a professional makeup artist. This sultry smoky eye look can be used for day or night. Get the smoky eye look with Jemma Kidd. Click thr ...more

How To : Do a light blue dry ice smoky eye makeup look

The smoky eye look doesn't need to be dark. This makeup is inspired by blues and dry ice. You'll need Rimmel eye kohl liner, MAC pigments and eyeshadow, Sephora eye liner, and L'oreal mascara. Watch this video makeup application tutorial and learn how to do a light blue dry ic ...more

How To : Create a basic smoky eye look for Asian monolids

Chances are you've seen and/or read about how to do a smoky eye in all its wonderful variations thousands of times. And by now you're probably getting sick and tired of watching the same "blend, blend, blend" instructions time after time. But this smoky eye tutorial is differ ...more

How To : Make natural eye makeup remover

Take some tips from Michelle Phan with this video on creating your own natural eye makeup remover. Stop spending the bucks when the solution is right in the kitchen cabinet. I have been using Extra Virgin Olive Oil to remove my eye makeup for a year. I remember someone told m ...more

How To : Apply a royal blue smoky eye makeup look

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

How To : Get a smoky eye with black cat eyeliner

In this video, we learn how to get a smoky eye with black cat eyeliner. First, apply a light highlight shadow underneath the eyebrows. After this, apply a primer to the entire eyelid. Next, apply a champagne color to the lids, then apply black liquid eyeliner onto the top of t ...more

How To : Get a bronze smoky eye inspired by Ashley Tisdale

In this video, we learn how to get a bronze smoky eye inspired by Ashley Tisdale. First, prime your eyes and then apply a dark gold color to the eyelid. After this, apply a brown color to the crease of your eye and blend it outward with the gold. Next, apply a white color unde ...more

How To : Get gold & smoky eye look

The Style Diet's Anna Saccone takes us through the process of getting a gold and smoky eye look using basic everyday makeup! 1. To start the look, obtain two different colors of eye shadow (gold and reddish brown) 2. Lightly apply the gold eye shadow to your upper eye lid wit ...more

How To : Do a daytime smoky eye look for everyday

This is about how to do a daytime smoky eye look for everyday. Below are the steps: 1. Pat eye primer onto your eyelids with your fingers. 2. Apply a faint baby blue eye shadow to the inner corner of the eye with a flat shadow brush. 3. Apply a water blue eye shadow onto the ...more

How To : Apply makeup for a pink and black smoky eye

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.

How To : Create a Quick Metallic Smoky Eye Look

When you're looking for a glam, 'come hither' look, a metallic smoky eye is a great choice. Here's a quick guide to do it in less than 3 minutes: Foundation and Primer Apply your normal foundation and primer. Apply Eyeliner Add eyeliner on the top and bottom of your eye. A ...more

How To : Create a green and gold smoky eye look

Get a smokey green and gold eyeshadow look with this makeup tutorial. This sexy look can be achieved with the following cosmetic products: -Dreamworld foundation "Morrigan" -MAC paint pot "Greensmoke" -Sleek Divine eye shadow palette -Go Cosmetics baked eye shadow "BES06" -Urb ...more

News : Create the 'hazy smoky eye' look

Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin's signature star treatment, the hazy smoky eye, is a versatile look seen all over Hollywood's sultry-eyed starlets. Rachel has painted celebrity faces from Penelope Cruz, Christina Ricci to Hilary Duff and the Pussycat Dolls. A professional Hollyw ...more

How To : Create a forest nymph smoky green eye makeup look

Create a forest nymph smoky green 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 own wee ...more

How To : Apply a smoky brown eye makeup look for blue eyes

This how-to video from makeup master Laura details a great smoky brown eye that will enhance the color of blue eyes. The demonstrator used these cosmetic products, MAC shadetsick sharkskin, BOBBI BROWN stonewash nudes palette, MAC mascara zoomlash, NARS lipliner bahama, and St ...more

How To : Do natural glamour eye makeup

We all feel glamourous sometimes and in this tutorial, learn how to display that glamour with a very cool makeup look. This video will show you step by step how to acheive the look of a movie star, but still appear natural enough for the daytime. So, if you are in the mood to ...more

How To : Get a smoky purple eye with eyeshadow

Tutorial on how to apply a smoky purple make up in minutes. Start off by applying a pink eyeshadow on the inner corner on the eyelids. Apply purple to the rest of the eyelids and blend it together with the pink eyeshadow. The top part of the eyelids is applied with a silver or ...more

How To : Create an everyday smoky brown eye look

In this how to video learn how you can achieve a smokey brown eyeshadow look for everyday wear. This makeup tutorial uses the following products: -Urban Decay primer potion -MAC "Satin Taupe" eye shadow -Milani "Java Bean" eye shadow -MAC "Chocolate Brown" pigment -MAC "Nylon" ...more

How To : Create an everyday natural bronze smokey eye

Smokey eyes have a particular rep. Specifically, that they're super dramatic, mixed with intense hues and only wearable for ultra sultriness at night. But that's like saying you can only wear your most figure flattering LBD dress at night because it's too pretty for daytime. ...more

How To : Create a smoky blue drag queen eye makeup look

Learn how to apply smokey blue eyeshadow drag queen style with this tutorial. You will need CoverGirl Liquid Foundation in Buff Beige, Clinique Perfectly Real Powder in Neutral 20, Almay Blush in Wine, Flirt Eye Shadow in Silver Fog, Jane Eye Shadow in Clubbing, Urban Decay Ey ...more

How To : Create a shiny eye makeup look over a natural face

Don't be afraid to add some shimmer to the face. It can still create a fresh, daytime makeup look. Take a black eye pencil and gently go over the upper lash line. Slightly smudge the line with a Q-tip in order to create a more natural and even look. For a more glowing look, ta ...more

How To : Get a smoky burgundy look with your eye makeup

To do a different kind of smoky burgundy eyes look using Mac (or whatever you may have) start with a eyeliner base. It would be recommended to use a secondary base. To blend use a 217 brush up to the crease going back and forth. To get intensity on lash line get close to the l ...more

How To : Create a bold modern pin up makeup look

We are officially living the era of the smoky eye. No matter where you go you see girls who all look the same, with bronzy, blended out smoky eyes paired with nude or pale pink lips. Call it the Kim Kardashian effect; call it modern drama, but we're honestly getting sick and t ...more

How To : Create Taylor Swift's 2010 VMAs '40s makeup look

We always knew that Taylor Swift was a bombshell, but it wasn't until her 2010 VMAs performance that we saw just what a retro doll she could be. While Swift usually favors light and bright makeup colors that emphasize, rather than overwhelm, her natural beauty, she went all ou ...more

How To : Apply Fresh, Natural-Looking Makeup

A natural makeup look really brings out the most beauty. Follow these steps for an easy, breezy, natural makeup look. Foundation Since we want to keep the look natural, just apply foundation where you need a bit of coverage to even out your skin tone. Eyeshadow An eyeshadow ...more

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