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The classic smokey eye never goes out of style and suits everyone. Its a great makeup look for a party or everyday, dress it up or down to suit. I’m using two eyeshadows and a pencil to create a modern, wearable version thats easy to achieve.
The products Ive used in the film are:

Benefit – Dandelion Blusher:
Benefit – Smokin’ Eyes Kit:
Bobbi Brown – Eyeshadow:
Chanel – Foundation Brush #6:
Chanel – Le Volume De Chanel Mascara:
Chanel – Pinceau Brosse Sourcils No.11 Brow / Lash Brush :
Clinique – Chubby Stick:
MAC – Brush:
Mavala – Nail Colour :
Nars – Semi Matt Lipstick:
Paula Dorf – Sheer Crease Brush:
Paula Dorf – Wet / Dry Colour Brush:
Revlon – Luxurious Color Eyeliner:
Suqqu – Cheek Brush:
Suqqu – Eye Shadow Brush:
Suqqu – Eyebrow Brush:
YSL – Le Teint Touche Éclat Foundation:
YSL – Rouge Pur Couture:

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Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

44 replies
  1. Luxmi Shukla
    Luxmi Shukla says:

    I have never seen such a simple smokey eye look except Bobbi brown makeup tutorial. She is pretty simple gorgeous woman. People keep adding layers and layers on their eyes, which is so much difficult for the beginners and time consuming. Thank you for an easy makeup.

  2. Colin Wilson
    Colin Wilson says:

    While this has been done very nicely a true Smokey eye uses the entire eyelid with a deeper shade and blended upwards fading as you blend upwards, much like the appearance of smoke. This tutorial only shades the outer eye which is really a technique used to balance ‘close-set eyes’. The true Smokey eye was developed in the 1920’s for black and white film and worn with a deeper stronger lip. That’s the classic version. In the 1960’s Bridgette Bardot sometimes wore black Smokey eyes (again entire lid was black blended up) with a light or red lip (not too dark as she was blonde) then in the 1980’s Robert Palmers clip ‘Simply Irresistible’ all the female dancers wore black Smokey eyes with a red lip. There are many other examples such as Isabella Rossellini in ‘Death Becomes Her’, Miranda Richardson as Queen Mab in ‘Merlin’ or in more recent times Baz Lurhmans remake of ‘The Great Gatsby’ had Smokey eyes in it.

  3. Alison Mcdonald
    Alison Mcdonald says:

    Hi lisa plz can i giv me some advice ,i hav mature eyes and find that make up removal is leeveing the outer cornors of my eyes realy sore i dont use wips i find cleansing water and and disc still sore i use a leev on balm or mask but all takes times thats ok at the end of the day to clear ur skin of all make up but i find if i hav to remove eye make up in the day to re aply my eyes ar so sore at the outer corners stinging and burning do u hav eny tips in how to help with this problom thank u very much

  4. Haus of Gemini
    Haus of Gemini says:

    Have you ever wondered why a makeup artists makeup style is completely different to a beauty gurus makeup style. A make-up artists job is to professionally apply makeup to a clients face. Makeup artists need to have a wide range of different styles that they can produce. They should be able to apply makeup for any occasion, weddings, prom festivals and Halloween. These are all very different occasions and makeup artist should be prepared to be able to apply makeup to match the theme of the occasion. Makeup artists need to apply makeup as fast as they can because they might have multiple clients so they need to be time efficient that means they can't be applying Instagram style makeup on every client. They have a budget so that means they can't be using copious amounts of makeup on every single client and frankly with the amount of foundation and concealer beauty gurus use makeup artists would run out of their products very quickly if they applied makeup like beauty gurus. Their style more subtle and minimalistic, they still do dramatic looks but instead of doing the entire face in a over the top style they pick one feature to focus on and and make the other features more neutral. A beauty gurus job is the complete opposite. Their job is to sell makeup. Their makeup tutorials are secret adverts they get paid by brands to mention some products and the more brand deals they do in one video the more chance they have to make money that's why they have multiple coupon codes or discount codes because they are affiliate links. Beauty Gurus are living breathing commercials and makeup artists are similar to stylists but instead of clothes they style their clients faces with cosmetics.

  5. Anna Manaf-Zade
    Anna Manaf-Zade says:

    Lisa, could you please advise how did you get rid of those wrinkles around your eyes? I noticed in your earliest videos you had them , and in this video and others latest ones you don't. Would really appreciate your reply.

  6. Ladynipchick2
    Ladynipchick2 says:

    Honestly, she looks so beautiful here without the makeup – in a sort of old fashioned way, maybe Victorian? Love that top/dress. And love the eye. No one really does it better, so far as I can tell! X

  7. Leonora Bruno
    Leonora Bruno says:

    Wonderful explanation, wonderful result, beautyful lady! Thank you! Greatings…that I really hope you'll read even 6 years later: now we're in 2019! Love, Leonora from Rome

  8. evelyn baron
    evelyn baron says:

    That technique worked for me until I was about 50. 63; eyes no longer amenable to that simple classic approach. Floundering about a bit at the age of 63; eyebrows still frame face and don't need extra work; lucky genetically except for eyes; hooded upper eyelids and some undisguisable troughs under eyes. Vr chic-chic glasses help but is my slightly self-absorbed pre-occupation just a delayed reaction to the inevitable process of getting older? I feel I'm making a bit of a fuss. (Love your generous, informative tutorials, tx!!!!)

  9. Briana V
    Briana V says:

    Looks beautiful! But how do you keep your eye makeup from smearing throughout the day? Maybe its my eyes but it all tends to run on me. 🙁

  10. anna bell
    anna bell says:

    Lisa, I love your videos and often watch them to relax before bed, and I realised, you are the make up, YouTube equivalent of the Joy of Painting! Thank you xx

  11. I Ate Your Cookie Boo
    I Ate Your Cookie Boo says:

    I am so thrilled to discover you and your wonderfully helpful tutorials! I adore you! I am learning so much I want to thank you for taking the time to teach. I noticed that all profit goes to charity. Could you be any more amazing? Only if you came to my house and did a makeover on me in person! But seriously, you are brilliant!! Thank you so much for the tutorials!

  12. akilegna
    akilegna says:

    I love how this is so wearable. I feel like other smokey makeup tutorials by other beauty gurus are just too much and looks too clowny instead of effortlessly sexy

  13. Gso Gso
    Gso Gso says:

    OMG…thank you… finally one makeup tutorial video with no eyeliner…just love it. easy to do and less messy…thank you… beautiful finish

  14. Radioactive Heart
    Radioactive Heart says:

    What do you do when you look like your whole face is dragged down whenever you put something on your lower lid. I really want to rock a Smokey eye but I look like a sad raccoon wit eyes dragging down

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