Bored with your smoky eye? Try a deep purple look

Who doesn’t love a smoky eye? It can be built up for a night out but easily worn during the day with the right shades. But after the thousandth time of doing the same smoky eye, of course you want a change! Purple, while a strong color, is a fun, funky alternative to the typical gray or brown smoky eye.
Purple is also surprisingly neutral. It brings out the golden flecks of brown eyes and complements blue eyes beautifully. Plus, when you use the right combination of shades, purple can work with many outfits and almost any event. Try out different combinations to see what works best for you, and embrace the wild side.
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Materials
- Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré Face & Body Moisturizer
- Estee Lauder Double Wear Radiant Concealer
- NARS Sheer Glow Foundation
- Huda Beauty Easy Bake Loose Baking & Setting Powder, “Banana Bread”
- Too Faced Born This Way Multi-Use Complexion Powder
- MAC Powder Blush, “Gingerly”
- MAC Mineralize Skinfinish, “Global Glow”
- Morphe Brow Cream, “Latte”
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Jackie Aina Palette, “Big Wig”
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Jackie Aina Palette, “Shookington”
- Sephora Collection 12hr Colorful Contour Eyeliner, “Black Lace”
- Nudestix Intense Matte Lip + Cheek Pencil, “Belle”
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Palette Vol. 1, “A1”
- Makeup sponge
- Concealer brush
- Foundation brush
- Angled powder brush
- Powder brush
- Contour brush
- Angled brow brush
- Round shadow brush
- Flat shadow brush
- False lashes (optional)
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Instructions
1. Prime your face with Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré Face & Body Moisturizer.
2. Paint on lines of Estee Lauder Double Wear Radiant Concealer along the side of your nose, under your eyes, along your T-zone and above your upper lip. Blend it with a makeup sponge. You can also use a concealer brush for a clean finish.
3. With a foundation brush, add a layer of NARS Sheer Glow Foundation to your whole face.
4. Dip a contour or powder brush in Huda Beauty Easy Bake Loose Baking & Setting Powder in “Banana Bread,” and press it gently under your eyes.
5. Contour your face with a small contour brush or powder brush, and apply Too Faced Born This Way Multi-Use Complexion Powder under your cheekbones.
6. Use a blush brush or powder brush to apply MAC Powder Blush in “Gingerly” to your cheeks for a little more color.
7. Add a highlight with MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in “Global Glow” and a small contour brush or powder brush to the tops of your cheeks.
8. Line and fill your brows with Morphe Brow Cream and an angled brow brush.
9. Brush on “Big Wig” from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Jackie Aina Palette with a round shadow brush on the outer corner of your eyelids, blending into the crease. Cover your upper lid completely.
10. Add a layer of “Shookington” from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Jackie Aina Palette with a small flat shadow brush to the middle of your eyelid, blending well with the crease color.
11. Line your lower lashes with Sephora Collection 12hr Colorful Contour Eyeliner in “Black Lace,” filling in your waterline as you go. Fill out the color on your lower lashes with a layer of “Big Wig” from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Jackie Aina Palette, and blend with a round shadow brush.
12. Fill out your eye look with your favorite false lashes.
13. Line and fill your lips with Nudestix Intense Matte Lip + Cheek Pencil in “Belle.”
14. Smudge a little “A1” from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Palette Vol. 1 into the inner corner of your eyes.
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