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30 Oct 1995
I'm 14, and like eye make up (:
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12 Aug 2010
Do you think it'll look right, because when I did it of this sight it didn't
Posted on 12 Aug 2010
i think a lighter version of smoky eyes'll look perfect on you because you have natural beauty and you need something to just express it a lil bit more.. :D ;D
Posted on 13 Aug 2010
okay, so since your brows are very light (Though the photo is bad quality) and you have very light hair (and I suppose eyes) I would suggest an extremely light version of smokey eyes. I would suggest going for the gray and silver (and brown too) instead of black cause it just wouldn't suit you and it'll make you look like a whore (is it politically incorrect to use the word ''whore''?). but you could also make a nice smokey with fucsia ot turquise.
and gold shimmery eyeshadow looks wonderful on blue eyes.
and if you wear a smokey, keep the rest of your make up natural and soft.
but I don't see why would you want a smokey look when your 14? I doubt that you have wild friday and saturday nights out. this is too dark and heavy make up and should be used for special occasions, cause as I said, I find you too young to pull off a smokey. sorry.
smokey eyes look great on everyone. the trick is finding just the right shades and practicing! here is my smokey eye...step by step and simple as can be... (feel free to substitute lighter shades for the ones i mention)
start with a clean canvas...concealer, foundation, and/or powder in place. apply a thin layer of shadow base or eye primer to the entire lid (urban decay primer potion, mary kay eye primer, merle norman automatic shadow base, or mac eye primer)
black or dark grey shadow in the shape of a sideways V on the corner of the eye, working into the crease
lighter grey shimmer shadow over the lid, blending into the first darker shade (i use mac shadow in idol eyes and a mark contour brush)
silvery/champagne shimmer shadow under the brow bone and dotted on inner corners of eyes with full shadow brush (i use merle norman luminous shadow in sun beam and an essence of beauty shader brush)
black liner all the way across top lid, slightly thicker on outer edges, and 3/4 way across bottom (avon glimmersticks liner in blackest black)
sweep thin line of medium shimmer grey under lower lash line, below and slightly over black liner
curl lashes and add 2 coats of volumizing black mascara (maybelline volum' express turbo boost 7Xs mascara in black)
-you can also do a smokey eye with shades of brown, purple, green... any color.
here are the shades i recommend from a few different brands for the basic black/grey....
-from mac: black tied, charred OR idol eyes, and shroom
-from lancome: the new black, style section OR volcano, and off the rack
-from merle norman: ebony, zinc OR stay steel, sun beam
-from avon: night sky, steel OR slate, iced silver
stila (at sephora) has a smokey eye kit that has 4 shadows in a palette...push a tiny button and a voice speaks instructions to you. there is also a holographic image of an eye that shows where the different shades go when you turn it. $40
also available at sephora are hard candy and smashbox. hard candy makes a shadow quad called "techno" that sells for $28, and smashbox makes a shadow trio called "twilight" that sells for $30. both are good for grey smokey eyes.
for drugstore palettes, try revlon, loreal, covergirl and maybelline. i know all of those lines carry them, but not sure of the names.
always keep lips light... glossy nudes are great with sexy smokey eyes.
search for youtube videos they're great =D x
a lighter version of smokey eyes would look great on you, i'm also blonde and i have green eyes, so it's important to use soft colours otherwise it will look really harsh...
in have an example of it in my pictures
btw you're gorgeous!
Posted on 14 Aug 2010
hia, Thanks, but you're prettier!! xx
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