This is one of my go-to smoky-eye looks when I feel like getting glam. It’s extremely easy and looks great on many skin tones. For this look, I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Master Palette by Mario ($45, Sephora), but, of course, any similar eye shadows would also work.

1. Using a fluffy blending brush, apply Lula (a neutral shade) to the crease of your eye between the eyelid and the brow bone. Blend well.
2. Repeat step 1 using Violetta, a deep brick shade. This will intensify the smokiness.
3. Using a flat eye shadow brush, pat 5th Ave. to the lid for shimmer.
4. Apply Lula and Violetta to the lower lash line and blend well; this will balance the eyes.
5. For a soft yet more dramatic look, draw a wing eyeliner using brown gel eyeliner and a pointy brush.
6. Apply 5th Ave. to the brow bone and inner corner of the eye to make your eyes look brighter and bigger. For more drama, add Ardell Glamour Wispies lashes.


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