How to Create Smoky Eyes?

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The basic way to create a smoky eye effect is to smooth concealer over the entire lid and pick four colours to create the smoky eye effect, after this line apply the lid of your eyes on both top and bottom with eyeliner then apply the medium shade over the entire lid. Use the medium-dark shade to apply to the eyelid. Put the darkest shade at the corners of the eyes both in and out and finally spread the highlighting makeup directly underneath the brow and in the centre of the eye, right between the darkest shade applied.
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To create a smoky eye, first apply a concealer over your eyelid, line your eyes and smudge the lines, sweep powder shadow over the lid and into the crease, and finish with black mascara.
Making the smoky eyes look, requires a little technique. Close the eye you want to apply it to while looking in the mirror. Now apply the light first, then dark eye shadow up to the crease of your eyelid. Do the same for the bottom of your eyes and now you have smoky eyes. You can find more info at: www.evepearl.com
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