Evening Smoky Eye Tutorial (Using the Naked Palette)

Today I bring you a second video in my Naked Palette tutorial series! Today’s tutorial is the Evening Smoky Eye using the Naked Palette! You can watch the first video here, in which I tutorialize you (ha) on a daytime smoky eye!

I’m a huge fan of a smoky eye. I especially love an evening look. I think it looks great with my huge prominent eyes, and really any other eye shape if done correctly.

naked palette evening smoky eye tutorial


The key with this tutorial is that you blend and you make sure that the darkest of shadows are in the outer corners of your eyes. The shadow is supposed to look like it diffuses out, like smoke. Hence smoky eye. Watch and learn. And if you catch my early 90s TLC reference, you get a cookie.


How do you do a smoky eye? Leave me your tips in the comments!
Also, if you would like me to do a specific tutorial, please let me know and I will see if I can work my magic!

Comments

  1. says

    hahaha love your lady cave & 90s references lol You crack me up! Now I’ve really got to try this; you make it look so easy, but I really think you need to move in with me so you can do my eyes and I can look stylish when I go “clurbin”

  2. says

    So the Naked pallete was like the ONE thing I wanted for christmas this year and it was sold out everywhere in Houston and Austin. It’s going back on my list for Valentines, thanks!

  3. says

    Very cute. I bought the eye brush kit from Sigma, and at first I thought the large blending brush was kind of a throw away, but once I learned to use it, I love it.

    Lady cave…cracked me up.

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