This is my go to smokey eye "technique" the color sometimes differs from, pinks, taupes, or bronze. In this one its a pink lid highlight.
On the eyes
Using Anastasia Beverly Hills single shadows.
Dusty Rose is in my crease using a big fluffy brush. Because my lid color is going to be in the mauve, pink, and purple family I used this color for the mauvey color it has.
Smoke is on the outer and inner lid using a pencil brush. I keep color away from the center and there will be some color that gets on it of course but I don't actually place any one it and I use a small brush when apply shadow to the surrounding areas.
Deep Plum is over Smoke on the outer lid and worked slightly into the crease.
Using a clean blending brush I blend my crease again. Once I lay down my center color Im not going to blend as much so that I don't disrupt the color.
Pink Champagne is like liquid metal so using my finger I apply it to the center. I let it go slightly over the darker colors so it blends but I don't put it on the entire lid as hopefully you can see. I put it over Too Faced Glitter Glue just for some extra hold.
The lower lashline is Dusty Rose and Deep Plum over top brought all the way in.
Red Cherry Lashes.
Diorskin Star Foundation
ABH Contour Kit
Hourglass Ambient Blush in Luminous Flush
Gerard Cosmetics lipstick in 1995.
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