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Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Midnight Blue Smokey eye


Mac Studio Fix fluid in NC40
Mac Studio Finish concealer in NC40
Mac Blush in Springsheen


Rimmel Khol pencil in Grey
No.17 eyeshadow in Thunderbolt
Rimmel Eyeshadow in Jet Black
No.17 eyeshadow in Regal
Maybelline gel eyeliner in Black
Maybelline One on One mascara
Avon SuperShock gel eyeliner pencil


Mac Lipglass in Lust

Step 1: Put a grey eyeliner pencil all over the eyelid and blend out.  Apply a grey eyeshadow over the pencil upto the socket.

Step 2:  Using a fluffy brush,place a dark blue eyeshadow in the crease and blend well.  Brush away any fallout.

Step 3:  Put a matte black eyeshadow in the outer 'v' of the lid and blend into the blue. Use an eyeshadow colour close to your skin tone to blend out any harsh lines.

Step 4:  Use a gel/liquid/pencil liner to line the top lashine and wing it out slightly.  Use a black khol pencil and fill in your waterline and tightline.  Apply mascara.

Step 5:  Apply your foundation, concealer blush and lipgloss and your done!


  1. honey!!!!!! really love your blog!!!!
    great great & great

  2. Ooh I love the smokey eye look, and this is a fab example :)

    Day By Diva
    Day By Diva

  3. tbh, its a good try. i think you should cover dark circles first with some concealer, bc the dark smokey is just bringing out the darkness under your eyes and giving you a dull look -- im truly not trying to be mean, you're a beautiful person with so much potential. give the concealer a try, what do you have to lose?