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Learn Easy Smokey look from Shraddha Kapoor

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You must have seen Shraddha Kapoor experimenting with her hair and makeup, but this time not only Shraddha but her makeup artist also tried some uniqueness in her makeup.  Her makeup artist Shraddha Naik prepared her for her work with a glamorous electric grey smokey eye.  This grey and black smokey eye makeup are appreciable for any black outfit which has silver accents. Be it a traditional outfit, or any wear for the club this smokey makeup will look good.  Also, this eye-makeup will go with the mask. So, ladies, you can flaunt with a mask too.

 

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The procedure of this eye-makeup:

  • While doing a smokey eye, never do your base first.
  • Begin the eye look by priming the eyelids with a matte concealer or eyeshadow primer. Because the dark eyeshadow will fall out around the eye area and will create a muddy mess.
  • Once that’s done, apply a taupe eyeshadow at the crease of the eyelid to carve out a domed shape.
  • Take a charcoal eyeshadow to create a shape on the eye’s outer corner, giving it a winged shape.
  • Use a thin brush to do this, because you want this to be small.
  • take any cool-toned shade of silver which is neither too dark nor too light, and apply a wash of it all over the lids, without blending it beyond the crease.
  • Many shimmer shadows aren’t very pigmented, so using a cream shadow like the Revlon Colorstay Creme Shadow in Earl Grey, and applying it with your fingers might work better than using a powder shimmer.
  • top this with a metallic silver shadow for a foiled silver look with this Sephora Collection Magnetic Eye Shadow in the shade Diamond Crushed.
  • Push up the lid by lifting your eyebrow with your finger, and then fill in the liner near the lash line. Then, thicken that slightly.
  • Once the eyes are lined, use the nail of your index finger and drag it along the outer end of the lash line to smudge the liner into a smokey wing as shown here.
  • Use the smudging tool on the other end of your kajal to blur the edges of your kajal.
  • Once it’s smudged, go over the lashline and darken it once more while keeping the line thin.
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