Purple Grey Smokey Eye.
Also a little note about building colors to get the correct undertone and shade for the eye look.
Using morphe eyeshadows. This eye look was built up to get the color depth that it has. I started in the outer part of the eye and slightly into the crease with a mauvey fuchsia and then on to a dark muted purple on top of that I added shimmery plum and then in the very outer part I used black. You can’t see the black because everything around it is so glowy it just looks like a really deep plum. The rest of the lid has some color from the shadows I laid down first because nothin about a smokey eye is very defined so though I didn’t focus color there first as I blended it had color on it which a was completely fine. The color on the actual lid is a grey purple. Very shimmery and definitely has more purple than grey but you can see both of them. The crease has Peach Smoothie in it as transition then I blended really really well before adding Mango Tango cause I didn’t want the dark color to blow too far out. The Mango Tango just brings out that fuchsia I started with. It also just accentuates the purple instead of seeing really dark almost black purples. It helps it look more plum. Transition colors aren’t meant to be noticed exactly, they should help bring out undertones of the whole look as well as blending into the brow highlights.
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