Spring Trends: Wet Look Smokey Eye
As Lisa instructs, I slapped a black gel liner onto my lid, blended that up into the crease, and added semi random blobs of garish shimmery shades!
Hey the thing might look beaten up, but I still adore my 88 shimmer palette to pieces!
Finishing off, I dabbed some Hema clear gloss on all the high points – my cheekbones, brows, browbone, and lid.
Avoid the crease if you don’t want eyeshadow slipping and sliding all over – but if you’re feeling adventurous, go for it!
No more than a bit of Gosh bronzer went around the face, and the brows were lightly shaped with the Essence brow kit and gel.
The lip combo i’m wearing is my favorite one at the moment!
Honeybee Gardens Soft Kiss
And Catrice’s Naturally Pink.
Messy smokey eyes give me such a sassy, don’t give a hoot – sensation, heehee. And this one in particular will liven up your lookers for sure. Both with and without the gloss.
Try it out and let me know how many flirty gazes you threw around!
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