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HOW TO: PURPLE SMOKEY EYE

Meagan Rawlings

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Products used

Bobbi Brown Cream Shadow in Shore

ZOEVA Naturally Yours Palette

Anastasia Beverly Hills Shadow Couture Palette

Australis Black Eye Pencil

Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye Mascara

Model Rock Lashes in Smokey Velvet

Brushes used

XO Beauty - Eyeshadow Blender

ZOEVA - Luxe Petit Crease

ZOEVA - Luxe Pencil

ZOEVA - Detail Shader

Bobbi Brown - Touch Up Brush

Step 1 - Prime the entire lid with Bobbi Brown cream shadow in Shore

Step 2 - Using the XO Beauty Eyeshadow Shader brush, apply 'Soft & Sexy' from the ZOEVA Naturally Yours Palette in the crease

Step 3 - Using the same brush, start adding some depth by applying 'Morocco' from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Palette also in the crease

Step 4 - Using the ZOEVA Luxe Petit Crease Brush place 'Fudge' in the middle of the crease, don't take this as high as the other two shadows

Step 5 - Using the Bobbi Brown Touch Up brush slightly damp, press 'Heirloom' all over the eyelid, up to the edge of the browns you've already done.

Step 6 - Taking the Zoeva Petit Crease Brush again place a tiny bot of 'Noir' in the crease and then blend out the edges with your XO Beauty Eyeshadow Shader Brush

Step 7 - Line your waterline with a black eyeliner then bring down into the lower lashes the same shadows you used on top starting with the lightest colour and building up to the darkest.

Step 8 - With a damp ZOEVA Detail Shader Brush place 'Pink Champagne' on the inner corners of the eyes, put on a whole lot of mascara and then finish with false lashes.

When you break down complicated looking eye makeup it really is quite simple, just take your time and make sure you blend and blend!

Enjoy

Meags xx