Black Smokey Eye Tutorial (Video)

Rocking a black smokey eye has intimidated for me for a long time. I’d always thought that it would overpower my pale hazel eyes and that as a blonde, I would be walking a thin line dividing classy and edgy with trashy. So for a long time I’ve avoided this daring eye look assuming it was one to be worn by those far braver and courageous than I. Overtime, as I became more and more inspired by darker and dramatic smokey eyes I decided to test the waters and give it a try. My goal was to create a timeless, yet edgy look that can bring a simplistic outfit and makeup look up to another level and add an unexpected twist on something subtly familiar. After many attempts and many do-overs here’s the look I’ve created. It has the drama of the black smokiness, but incorporates a subtle femininity. To learn how I achieved this look, check out my video above! Click on the images below to see what products I used in this look!

EVERYTHING MENTIONED
LORAC Behind The Scenes Eye Shadow Primer
Mac Paint Pot in Soft Ocre
Maybelline New York Expert Wear Eyeshadow, Linen, Singles
LORAC PRO Palette
L’Oreal Paris Infallible 24 HR Eye Shadow, Eternal Black
Maybelline New York Eye Studio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner, Blackest Black
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
Urban Decay 24/7 Liner in Perversion
Ardell Fashion Lashes, 110
Nivea for Men Sensitive After Shave Balm
Makeup For Ever Mat Velvet + Foundation
Maybelline New York Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer
Bobbi Brown Corrector
NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer
Rimmel London Stay Matte Long Lasting Pressed Powder
LORAC Pro Contour Palette
NARS Bronzing Powder, Laguna
VMV Hypoallergenic Blush in Belini
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz
Maybelline New York Eyestudio Brow Drama
Rosebud Salve
Too Faced Natural Lipliner
Revlon Colorstay Lacquer Balm – Ingenue


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