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10 Irresistible Smoky Eye Looks

I find that eyes are so important because it is the first thing you look at when you meet someone.

Some people are a bit drawn away from the smoky eye look because it’s a bit too dramatic. But that’s definitely not the case. Today I am going to show you a few quick and easy smoky eyes look that are a bit more neutral for an everyday look.

There are a few types of smoky eyes look; some leaned towards the black and sexy versus some looks with more colours and glam.But regardless what colour we lean towards, the smoky look never fails to disappoint a dramatic, incredible and hot look.

Here are my top 10 irresistible smoky eyes looks

10: We are starting number 10 with a sexy sophisticated look. This look is focused on a brown and black blend. The light colour corner highlight brightens the eye for more of a classic smoky eye look. I also find it so important to tight line a smoky eye look, it really help make your eye pop. This look will never go out of style.  (Photo)



9: This style although looks quite similar to number 10 it is a bit less smoky. I really like this look for an everyday wear. This tutorial really emphasize on the bottom water line. Instead of making a clean thing under waterline, it is important to thicken the bottom tight line a bit more to create a smudge look effect. Plus, a fresh coat of bottom lash liner really helps make the eyes pop. (Photo)


8: Taking it a few steps ahead, we have a very dramatic smoky eye look. Sparkles never disappoints– ever. For a night out, I always stay between either a sparkly blue or silver. Something about other colours never really gives me much of a smoky eye effect without looking too overdramatic.  (Photo)


7: This is also one of my favourite smoky eye look for an everyday wear. I found this tutorial on Sephora a few months ago and I have pulled it out at least 30 times for the last few months. This look is based on the Naked Basic by Urban Decay. It starts off with a very neutral colour tone but it gives a gorgeous blend and the thick wing liner makes it a perfect touch. (Photo)


6: This is such a glam look. It a mix of winged smoky eye looks with a bit of sparkly. I find it an irresistiblefor a semi-casual night out. I sometimes I find the waterline rim of liner is a bit too thick for my liking, it takes some time to get adjusted to the thickness around the eye.  (Photo)


5: This one is again a very bold look. But nevertheless, I am kinda in love with it. I don’t know if it is something I can pull off but it is simply stunning. The light gold sparkles featuring the black boldness create such a nice accent on the eye. I also love how this look waterline the bottom liner with a winged out, it’s definitely very unique and outstanding.  (Photo)


4: This blog post can’t be completed without a few colourful smoky eye look. Because let’s be real, once in a while we will get bored of the black and browns. And, we all need a little colour in our lives. This stunning look was found on Instagram by MakeupbyMia (Photo)

3: I am a sucker for blue eyes shadow on a fancy night out. I am in love with this blend. I love how dark the blue is, yet it pops out so nicely. The blend of a dark purple and blue is always a perfect match; you can never go wrong with that. (Photo)


2: I found this look super unique. I have come across similar looks before browsing through magazine runway shows. I came across this tutorial a few weeks ago and I have been meaning to try it. It is a very light smoky eye look, but at the same time the colour is very vibrant. It focuses more on the corner of the eye rather than the eye lid. The turquoise mascara is definitely such a fine though to it. (Photo)


1: Last but not least, here is one of my favourite. Aside from her gorgeous brows and cheekbones this smoky eye look is done exceptionally. Similar to a classic look, I love how the blend is flawlessly put together. It really gives that perfect pop on the eyes. It’s not too thick on the bottom, and it is absolutely sexy and hot! (Photo)


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