The first thing I did was blanked all discoloration and veining of my eyes using one of the concealers from the Concealer Palette.
I placed the concealer from lashline to browbone and running a very small amount under the eye as well. Be sure to blend into your skin.
Using the #305 I used this amazing purple color to fill in the entire lid stopping at the crease. I took the same color and the same brush and ran it under the eyes as well.
To blend out the lid color and "smoke" the look I took my Pointed Crease - EB 15 brush and this lighter purple color and really blended it throughout the crease using a windshield wiper motion. To make sure the colors were really blended, I blended once more using the #863 brush.
For a pop of color I took my #904 and this shimmery silver and place that color into the inner corner on the top and bottom of my eye.
For my brow bone, using the #941 and a color that most matched my skintone and blended the whole look together.
To make this look a little more sultry, I used a black gel eyeliner to line the top and bottom waterlines. Now, all that's left (if you are like me) is to finish off your eyebrows and add mascara.
A very easy purple smoky eye that will really make the green in your eyes come forward.
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Until next time!!