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Dramatic And Sexy DIY Smokey Eye Makeup For Winter Brides-trendfrisurende.com

Dramatic And Sexy Diy Smokey Eye Makeup For Winter Brides

If you’re planning your winter wedding, this sexy and gorgeous makeup tutorial by Lora Kelley is just in time for you! Begin with mixing some black eye liner and Tightline Activator by Laura Mercier and line your lashes with the eye liner brush, placing the paste inside the lash bed. Then with your finger apply some Metallic Crème eye color by Laura Mercier all over the eyelid to the brow bone. Using black pencil, line your eye continuing along the crease and orbital bone, and stopping about a cm from the inner corner of the eye. With a brush smudge along the lash line and into the lid. Apply Matte Eye Color in Noir by Laura Mercier in the crease to diffuse the color. Then line your bottom lashes and inside waterline with black pencil. Curl the lashes and add some lengthening mascara. See the full list of supplies at Snippet & Ink or just use your own similar items.

Lora Kelley hmua http://www.lorakelley.com
Eric Kelley – Photography http://www.erickelleyphotography.com

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