Look : Glamorous Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 

Hey everyone!

I decided to do a glamorous smokey eye look today! Paired the black smokey eyes with warm bronzed skin and a warm nude lipcolor.

 

Look : Smokey eyes - Nude Lips
Look : Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 

Look : Smokey eyes - Nude Lips
Look : Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 



 

 

Products used for the eyes :

 

1. MAC Smolder eye kohl

2. Black eye shadow from Sleek Bad Girl palette

3. Bourjois Extrait eye shadow no. 09

4. & 5. MAC eye shadows – Soft Brown, Ricepaper

6. Clinique High Impact Extreme Volume Mascara

7. Ben Nye concealer wheel

8. False lashes (not pictured)

 

Look : Smokey eyes - Nude Lips
Look : Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 

Look : Smokey eyes - Nude Lips
Look : Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 

 

Products used for the Face :

 

1. MAC Matchmaster foundation no. 03

2. Rimmel Stay matte powder – no. 009 Amber

3. ELF  HD blush – Superstar

4. Wet n Wild Color Icon Bronzer – Princess

 

Look : Smokey eyes - Nude Lips
Look : Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 

 

Products used for the Lips –

 

1. L’Oreal Paris Color Riche lipstick – Nature’s Blush

 

Look : Smokey eyes - Nude Lips
Look : Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 

 

Look : Smokey eyes - Nude Lips
Look : Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 

Look : Smokey eyes - Nude Lips
Look : Smokey eyes – Nude Lips

 

 

Hope you liked the look! I’ll have a tutorial for this look up soon! I tried doing loose curls for this look but it didn’t come out too well!

Don’t forget to leave your comments below!

 

36 Comments

    1. wow you look so gorgeous in bronze look.

      Could you specify other good bronzers as wet and wild is not available in my city….

  1. Hi Ankita,

    You look fab.

    which foundation is better for normal skin matchmaster or Mac face n body foundation if I want to invest in Mac

  2. Its a stunning look and you look fantastic as usual..The only thing that I dont like in your looks is the mascara..it clumps up your pretty eyelashes

  3. WOW u r lookin gorgeous than ever.
    ur face is illuminating, is that because of foundation or anything other?

  4. beautiful look ankita, i loved elf HD blush and the way u have applied it, looking forward to ur tutorial.

  5. Beautiful! Amazing… your skin looks simply flawless and the eyes too! hope you post a video of this tutorial!

  6. Gorgeous Ankita!! This look is super sophisticated and glam! I think you look best in neutrals and smoky eyes!
    Btw, where can one get Ben Nye Concealer wheel, this looks nice and versatile.. like my usual MAC NC30 Select cover up concealer ends up grayish on my chin, whereas it looks great under the eyes..

    Could you also review the Ben Nye Concealer please! Thanks!

  7. Hi Ankita,
    can you please guide on false lash application and the best gum available in the market or preferably online to purchase?
    I’ve recently one pair of false lashes from local market but not able to use it properly, reason being i am novice at it and gum came along with the pack was dried up and i could not find a better gum as yet.

  8. Love the eye make up, but admire your lipstick application always! How neat and even it always is, without a hint of lines or creases.

  9. hii…ankita…just luv ur blog supr rockng…..i hv always tried all ur tutorials…n got complmnts…wanna ask u sometng ,im a dusky skin so plz suggest good lipstick shades in pink,coral ,red…..etc,i find it very difficult to find the perfect shade 4 me….dis is a grt problm 4 all dusky beauties….

    1. Hi Nishi, try dusty corals like Maybelline Buff/Chambor Truly Coral, deep berry pinks like Colorbar Sultry Pink, Brick-o-la. For reds, brick reds and deep cool toned reds will look good on dusky complexions. Try MAC Dubonnet, Ruby Woo!Hope this helps!

  10. Really loved the eye makeup.. And you are looking like a DIVA, as always 🙂
    Hey I really wanted ur advise on how to get rid of pigmentation around lips. The area surrounding my lips is pigmented and darker than rest of my face and bcoz of that I have never been able to pull off a shade too well on my lips. Any suggestions?

    1. You can try a spot treatment/brightening product. Most brands have something for pigmentation – try Vichy or La Roche Posay. While doing your makeup, apply some peach or orange corrector in the pigmented areas under your foundation – it’ll correct the darkness.

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