It's time to modernize your smoky eye.
"When we think of smoky eyes, we think of black smoky eyes," beauty industry vet Charlotte Tilbury told E! News. "But in fact, smoky eyes can be bronzy. They can be wonderful garnet colors, wonderful jewel-like tones. We saw a lot of those bronzy, coppery eye colors like this at the Golden Globes."
After creating Jennifer Aniston's beauty look at the 2018 Golden Globes, the owner of Charlotte Tilbury, a celeb-loved makeup brand, the sought-after makeup artist revealed to E! News the smoky eye that celebrities are loving due to its dazzling appearance on camera. And, with the Charlotte Tilbury Dolce Vita palette in hand, she showed us a surprisingly simple way to achieve it. Spoiler alert: You'll need your fingers.
Step 1: Take your blending brush and dip it into the lightest shade to prime the eye from the brow bone to the lash line.
Step 2: Use a blending brush take a deeper hue and apply it to the socket or corner, blending it back and forth.
Step 3: Add the same hue to the bottom lash line using a smudge brush.
Step 4: Apply the brown hue to the top lash line and the corner of the bottom lash line, using a smudge brush.
Step 5: Dip your index finger into gold shade, such as Pop, and pat it onto the lid.
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