The Smokey Eye beauty trend came into prominence with the Kardashians, borrowed from the much harsher rock and metal beauty scene and softened for every day wear. Most people rarely attempt the smokey eye look because they have the misconception that smokey eye looks can only be done with black or dark hues or they’ve had a bad run-in that left them looking like a raccoon. Deola Adebiyi, editor of Omogemura.com, thinks we’re getting it all wrong.
Wasn’t able to post this yesterday because I was having serious internet issues. A little clip on how to create the monochrome smokey eye from my smokey eye tutorial. Watch via the link in my bio and don’t forget to subscribe! @wakeupandmakeup @facediaries @makeupvideos.tv @makeupvideossx @makeup_clips @makeupvideosonly @makeup.videos #beauty #makeup #bblogger #motd #makeup #beauty #wakeupandmakeup #facediaries #makeupaddict #makeupvideoss #cakefacevanity #makeupvideodailyx #makeupvideosx #makeupclips #makeupvideos #cocoaswatches #makeupformelaningirls #makeupforblackgirls #browngirlbeauty #omogemura
In her new Youtube tutorial Deola shows us that Smokey Eyes can be subtle, they can fun and monochromatic and they can be high glamour without any raccoon eyes. She guides us through the process of making a subtle day look with brown hues, a monochromatic look with shades of green and a glam smokey eye with dark highlights and a red lip.
Here’s the whole thing.