Who says smoky eye needs to be only black or brown? There is no rule when it comes to choosing the colour of your makeup look. Now let’s get started with this smoky eye look using soft yet very colourful shadows!
After the preparation of the lids with eye primer is over, you have to put a base colour. In this case, the base colour is white matte shadow. Apply it all over the lid, including the brow bone, the inner corner of the eye and the outer. Use a big brush for that purpose and then blend the colour very carefully.
Then draw two lines alongside the crease. Create also a black smudged V shape above the top line. Draw thick black flick at the outer corner of the lash line. Apply a pop of colour next to the black smoky effect. Cover the lid to the crease with gradient gray colour – lighter at the inner corner of the eye and darker as it goes out.
Grab your metallic palette and start putting the colours on top of the lid to make the makeup more interesting and appealing. Add green shadow to the inner corner. Apply the bronze one in the middle of the lid. The final brown eyeshadow should be applied to the outer corner of your eyelid.
Use turquoise eye pencil underneath your eye, following the waterline. Use a thick swipe to apply the colour and make it more intense.
Grab your liquid eyeliner and trace your upper lash line. The perfect cat eyeliner is ever fashionable, very flattering for most eye shapes and delivers a sultry, mysterious look to your simple everyday eyeshadow look.
Last but not least, add several coats of your long-lasting mascara to wrap up the final soft and colorful eye makeup effect. Starting at the roots, apply the mascara with a wriggling motion. This ensures that there is more volume at the roots, and your lashes don’t feel weighed down.