June 19, 2013

Simple Brown Black Smokey eyes for beginners

Hey everyone,

I got a few requests from my friends who were newbies to makeup and they wanted to see a smokey eye tutorial so I did one for them. Hope you all like it..Not much talking today, it's completely a  picture tutorial , so read on and enjoy :)

















Hope you all find the tutorial useful. Please don't forget to leave your comments below...Love and hugs!!

18 comments:

  1. A simple and effective smokey eye tutorial.
    I enjoyed that!

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  2. Loved it Agni. Very simple and neat. :) Howz the Bourjois foundation?

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    1. Thanks Jyo..The Bourjois foundation is great, to say the least, I love it in humid weather because it totally mattifies my face better than Studio Fix without making it look dry or cakey .. I had especially bought it at the time of my sisters wedding because I wanted a mattifying foundi (cuz she got married in monsoons!) and somehow I didn't like Studio Fix Liquid or any other liquid foundi from MAC..and it has color correcting pigments too :)

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  3. Very nice & easy peasy AB. Even i love the lakme ka liquid liner. Ue it all the time :)

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    1. Bee, this Absolute shine line is a better version of the earlier Lakme InstaLiner...This one has a very thin brush for precise application and doesn't sting like the Instaliner..I really like this, although I use it rarely :)

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    2. Absolute shine & iconic coz she knows i feel naked without eyeliners ;))

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    3. haha..me too..I tried some eye makeup looks sans kohl on waterline and in the end I just had to put it in there because the makeup looked awkward without it :/

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  4. very nice and easy tutorial..loved it agni :)
    lovely FOTD :)

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  5. Gorgeous Look of the day! Awesome Tutorial... :)

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    1. Thanks Richa, I hope it served the purpose :)

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  6. wow !! I will try it. Can I also get this in dark blue color?

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    1. I'll be so looking forward to you trying it..You can change the base from Black to Navy/Grey/Purple and alter the blending color accordingly and it's done...
      Wait, do you want me to do with a dark blue and show you ?

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  7. my cutiee.... looking awesome n ur eotd is just superb.. loved it <3 <3

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