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How To Do Smokey Eye Makeup? – Top 10 Tutorials Komal Kaviliga Stylecraze April 18, 2017

Smokey eyes exude a sense of power.

And I absolutely love to acquire that. When it comes to a signature makeup look, smokey eyes is my go to. Of course, the right occasion and technique are quite important for the smokey eye. You can’t just wear a heavy black smokey eye to a wedding (unless it’s a goth-themed wedding like the one from 27 Dresses). There’s a time and place for everything. I remember back in eye makeup designs for blue eyes pictures high school I got my hands on a black eyeshadow. Not only did I wear it heavily during the day, but I didn’t even blend it! Needless to say, I looked like a homeless person with a black eye. Smokey eyes are very tricky initially. Not knowing the right techniques while applying it can end in a disaster.

Lucky for you, I have already been a walking disaster and learned from my mistakes, and I’m here to tell you how to avoid them as well!

1. Black Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Black Smokey Eye Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Black Eyeshadow
  • Black liner
  • Mascara
  • Eyeshadow brushes

How To Apply Black Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: You should always start with a clean base. Applying a primer allows the makeup to stay longer and makes it easier to blend the eyeshadows. Use a concealer under the eyes and on the eyelids to even out any discoloration.

Step 2: Pack on black eyeshadow to the outer corner and into the crease.

Step 3: Blend out the eyeshadow, so there aren’t any harsh lines.

Step 4: If you feel that it needs more intensity you can pack on more color.

Step 5: Apply a gel or pencil liner as close as you can to the lashline.

Step 6: Smudge it out and blend it with the existing black eye shadow.

Step 7: If you want to create an intense look, you can even take the eyeliner in the crease and deepen it. Make sure to blend it out well.

Step 8: Take the liner under the eyes.

Step 9: Smudge it out to create the smokey effect.

Step 10: It’s time for the finishing touches. Apply your favorite volumizing mascara, and you’re good to go!

The black smokey is a classic and is perfect for a night out at the club!

2. Gold Smokey Eye MakeupTutorial

Gold Smokey Eye MakeupTutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Gold eyeshadow (Cream and powder textures)
  • Dark brown eyeshadow
  • Black liner
  • Fake lashes
  • Mascara
  • Eyeshadow brushes

How To Apply Gold Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: Prep, prime and conceal the eyelids. Use a cream gold eyeshadow base. This will make the gold pop out more when you add the powder eyeshadow.

Step 2: Pack on the gold eyeshadow and blend.

Step 3: Take a dark brown eyeshadow and apply it to the outer corner and take it into the crease to create depth.

Step 4: Keep applying the gold to the middle of the lid and the brown in the outer corner till you are happy with the intensity.

Step 5: Apply the gold eyeshadow to the lower lashline. Follow up with black liner on the lower water line.

Step 6: Apply eyeliner to the upper lash line and flick it out.

Step 7: To complete the look, apply fake lashes and finish up with mascara.

This is a great holiday look. It also looks fabulous for weddings.

3. Purple Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Purple Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Lilac shimmery eyeshadow
  • Black eyeshadow
  • Dark purple eyeshadow
  • Peachy-pink eyeshadow
  • Black liner
  • Mascara
  • Eyeshadow brushes

How To Apply Purple Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: Start off with a lilac shimmery eyeshadow as the starting base color.

Step 2: Pack on some black to the outer corner and blend it out so that there are no harsh lines.

Step 3: Use a slightly darker shade of purple in the middle of the eyelid to create a smooth transition between the lilac and the black. This goes without saying, but blend so that it looks flawless.

Step 4: Find a peachy pink shade and use a fluffy blush to apply above the crease. This gives it a natural gradient.

Step 5: Apply kohl or eyeliner to the lower lash line and smudge it out to give it that smokey effect.

Step 6: Tightline your upper water line in order to give your lashes a fuller look.

Step 7: Apply mascara, and your purple smokey is now done!

It’s a misconception that smokey eyes have to be strong. This uses light colors and even the black isn’t so intense. This can be worn in the daytime for a day out shopping in the market or with a cute sun dress for brunch.

4. Bronze Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Bronze Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Bronze eyeshadow
  • Dark brown eyeshadow
  • Nude eyeliner
  • Gold eyeliner or eyeshadow
  • Mascara

How To Apply Bronze Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: Start off with a bronze eyeshadow all over the eyelid.

Step 2: Take some of the same bronze eyeshadow and run it through your lower lash line.

Step 3: Using a dark brown eyeshadow and a liner brush, create a smudged outline as close as you can to the lash line.

Step 4: Do the same thing for the lower lash line.

Step 5: Apply some more bronze eyeshadow to get the desired intensity.

Step 6: Using a nude eye pencil, run it along the lower lash line to create the appearance of brighter eyes.

Step 7: Blend out any harsh lines and add eyeshadow wherever needed.

Step 8: Use a gold eye pencil or eyeshadow to add some shimmery highlight to the inner corner.

Step 9: Finish off the look with a few good coats of mascara.

5. Silver Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Silver Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Cream based silver eyeshadow
  • Black eyeliner
  • Highlighter
  • Mascara
  • Eyeshadow brushes

Step 1: Apply primer and concealer to prep the eye. Since silver is a cool toned shade, it’s important to get rid of any redness or discoloration.

Step 2: Use a silver cream based shadow on the freshly primed and concealed eyelid.

Step 3: Apply black eyeliner to the outer corner.

Step 4: Now blend it towards the middle and into the crease.

Step 5: Apply black liner to the upper and lower lash lines.

Step 6: Smudge it out to create the smokey look.

Step 7: Using a highlighter, highlight the brow bone.

Step 8: Intensify the silver if needed by packing on more product.

Step 9: Blend it out evenly so that it transitions smoothly.

Step 10: Finish off with a good mascara, and that’s all!

6. Blue Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Blue Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Black eyeliner
  • Metallic blue eyeliner, kohl or eye shadow
  • Silver eyeshadow
  • Mascara
  • Fake lashes
  • Eyeshadow brushes

How To Apply Blue Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: On a freshly concealed and primed eyelid, apply a thick coat of eyeliner. This will serve as the initial base for the smokey.

Step 2: Smudge it out into the crease and a little above it to ensure there aren’t any harsh lines.

Step 3: It’s time to bring in the blue! Use either a metallic blue eye pencil, kohl, or a pigmented eyeshadow. Apply it to the eyelid.

Step 4: Blend it well, but don’t cross over the black base we created earlier. Just create a smooth transition into it.

Step 5: Run the blue to the lower lash line as well, and smudge it out to bring together that smokey look.

Step 6: Apply some silver eyeshadow a little above the crease.

Step 7: Blend it all out seamlessly and add more product if necessary.

Step 8: Finish the look with mascara and fake lashes for that extra glam.

7. Pink Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Pink Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Tape
  • Pink/Cranberry eyeshadow
  • Black eyeliner
  • Rose gold eyeshadow
  • Mascara

How To Apply Pink Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: No surprise here, but start with a clean base. Follow the natural shape of your lower lash line toplace a piece of tape strategically.

Step 2: Now, use a metallic pink—a cranberry shade, if you will—to wash over the eyelids. Take whatever is left over on the brush lightly under your eyes as well.

Step 3: Apply some black liner close to the upper lash line and thicken it as you move towards the outer corner.

Step 4: Smudge it out well and blend it into the pink eyeshadow. Run some of the eyeliner along the lower lash line as well.

Step 5: Remove the tape and soften out the harsh line.

Step 6: Apply a rose gold shimmery eyeshadow in the middle of the eyelids, to give it some dimension and make it pop.

Step 7: Apply mascara, and you are good to go!

I love this look because it is incredibly soft and can be worn for almost any occasion. It is even appropriate for office wear!

8. Green Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Green Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Black gel eyeliner
  • Emerald green eyeshadow
  • Gold-brown eyeshadow
  • Shimmery black eyeshadow
  • Gold eyeshadow
  • Mascara
  • Fake lashes(optional)

How To Apply Green Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: Prep the eyelids by priming and applying concealer and filling in the eyebrows. A strong brow game brings the whole smokey look together.

Step 2: Generously apply black liner to the upper and lower lashline. Apply more on the upper lash line, on the lid as this will be the base for the smokey.

Step 3: Smudge it out and blend it well.

Step 4: Apply an emerald green eyeshadow to the crease and above the crease. Blend it out with a fluffy brush so that the lines are smooth. Apply the green to the lower lash line as well.

Step 5: Use a brown shade with yellow-golden undertones to apply above the crease. This makes an excellent transition shade from your skin to the smokey.

Step 6: Add intensity to the center of the eyelid by adding more black. Use a gel based product, as this is extremely dark. A gel eyeliner would do.

Step 7: Set the black gel with a shimmery black eyeshadow.

Step 8: Take this eyeshadow under the eyes as well so that everything is in place.

Step 9: Apply some gold shimmer eyeshadow to the inner corners as a highlight.

Step 10: Use an intense black mascara and false lashes (optional) to complete this gorgeous green smokey!

This one is definitely an all-nighter. It’s perfect for parties at night or just a night out with your girls at a club.

9. Black and Gold Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Black and Gold Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Black eyeliner
  • Gold eyeshadow
  • Black liquid liner
  • False lashes
  • Mascara
  • Makeup brushes

How To Apply Black and Gold Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: To achieve the glam gold and black smokey look, on a clean base, apply a good amount of black liner in the outer corner and towards the crease.

Step 2: Use an eyeshadow brush to soften it out. This black will create depth in the smokey. Apply some of the black to the lower lash line and smudge as well.

Step 3: Pack on gold eyeshadow once the black has been blended.

Step 4: Blend the gold with the black near the outer corner.

Step 5: Apply the gold eyeshadow to the inner corner and slightly at the beginning of the lower lash line. Blend it with the black to create an ombre effect.

Step 6: Apply eyeliner to create a flick.

Step 7: Add some falsies and mascara. Voila! Done!

This is a dramatic look that would look fantastic for events and weddings!

10. Pink and Grey Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Pink and Grey Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Primer
  • Concealer
  • Dark brown eyeshadow
  • Pink eyeshadow
  • White eyeshadow with pink undertones
  • Black liquid liner
  • Black eyeliner
  • False lashes
  • Mascara

How To Apply Pink and Grey Smokey Eye Makeup?

Step 1: On freshly primed and concealed eyelids, apply a dark brown shade of eyeshadow to the outer corner and into the crease. Blend it well.

Step 2: Use a pink eyeshadow and apply it onto the eyelid. Leave the center of the eyelid plain, though.

Step 3: Now, apply a soft white shade with pink undertones in the middle space that we left empty. This creates dimension to the makeup look.

Step 4: Highlight the browbone with the same shade, if you don’t have a separate highlighter.

Step 5: Apply eyeliner and create a flick. Run a pencil liner to the lower lashline as well and smudge it out.

Step 6: Intensify the look by packing on a shimmery white shade to the center of the eyelid.

Step 7: Apply false lashes, and highlight the inner corner. You can also extend this highlight slightly towards the inner one-thirds.

This will bring a subtle sparkle to your eyes. That’s all!

This is a soft look which can be worn even during the day.

Smokey Eye Makeup Tips

  • When you start applying the makeup make sure that it has been freshly cleansed all the oils from the skin.
  • Use clean brushes! This is extremely vital! Using clean brushes will help you deposit the colors better and even blends better.
  • I know you might be excited to experiment, but try to make wise decisions while picking out the smokey makeup look for the occasion. Reserve the heavy dark smokeys for the night time or major events where such makeup is appropriate.
  • When you go heavy on the eyes, go nude on the lips.

I hope all of this seems a little clearer now. It’s not that hard honestly, you just have to follow through with it step by step. Play around with the color combinations and experiment! I now leave the brush in your hands with confidence!

Would you like to add any to my tutorial list? Suggestions welcome in the comments box below.

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