Friday, January 4, 2013

Smoky Eye Tutorial Using Drugstore Products

Everyone loves a tutorial using products that are easy to get your hands on, or drugstore products, and I've been getting a lot of people commenting that they're scared to do a smoky eye. This look can be built up to be a lot darker, or can also be toned down a little bit to be less dramatic. It's pretty easy to accomplish, so I thought I'd film it and share it!

Products Used (in order):
EYES
MAC Painterly Paint Pot
Maybelline Color Tattoo Metal - Barely Branded
Maybelline Designer Chocolates Quad - Upper Left Color
Maybelline Natural Smokes Quad - Upper Left Color
Maybelline Natural Smokes Quad - Upper Right Color
Maybelline Natural Smokes Quad - Bottom Right Color
ELF Beauty Encyclopedia Neutrals Editon - Gold color that's first in the middle row.
Maybelline Natural Smokes Quad - Bottom Right Color
ELF Beauty Encyclopedia Neutrals Edition - Second color in the first row
ELF Beauty Encyclopedia Neutrals Edition- First color in the first row
Maybelline Masterprecise Liquid Eyeliner Pen
Maybelline Define A Brow
FACE
Revlon Colorstay Foundation
Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection Concealer
Rimmel Nautral Bronzer - Sun Light
NYX Rouge Cream Blush - Boho Chic
Revlon Fantasy Lengths False Eyelashes
LashGrip Lash Glue
L'oreal Power Volume 24H Black Smoke Mascara ( I have a review HERE)
LIPS
L'oreal Color Caresse Shine Stain - Lilac Ever After (185)
Revlon ColorBurst Lipstick - Carnation
Revlon Mineral Lipglaze - Perennial Pink
Revlon Colorburst Lipbutter - Creme Brulee


Here are some more pictures of the look:






And here is the video!