Prime your eyelid with an eyeshadow primer or wet foundation. This will make the eye shadow last much longer and keep the color very vibrant. Tap the eye shadow of your choice onto the eyelid, up to the crease.
With a soft blending brush, begin creating the Smokey effect by blending the eye shadow up & out, leaving a soft edge. The Smokey eye is all about well blended edges, so take your time with this step.
Pick a neutral color (we used a matte brown bronzer) and blend it onto the edge of the first eye shadow (creating a gradient). Tap a pearl/cream eye shadow onto the brow bone to define the brow.
Line your bottom waterline with a soft black pencil, making sure to color well between the bottom eyelashes.
Using the neutral shade again, blend the black pencil well, spreading the color outwards to create a generous Smokey effect on the bottom lash line.
Finish with 2-3 coats of lengthening, thickening mascara.