Neutral smokey eye is my all time favorite look and I wear it so often that I can apply that look less than 10 minutes and it make my hazel eyes pop open and make me look so fresh and bright with smokey eye makeup, as I told you that I dyed my black eye brows to the light brown shade to match it with my eyes and I love to use light thick brown mascara too, but if you don’t want that then you still can carry your own original eye brows, but you have to make sure to keep your eye brows well groomed all the time, it will actually add a perfect look in your beautiful face and eyes, I don’t add eye brow shade since I have very thick brows, but if you have thin eye brows then fill the gaps with eye shadow and you can add some arch in you shape too, so let start a very simple and very fascinating natural looking smokey eye make up.
If have thin eye brows then fill up with eye shadow and smokey eye makeup tips. You dyed black eye brows for the light brown shade to suit with the eyes.
Smokey Eye Makeup For Brown Eyes
As I told you that this is a perfectly natural looking eye makeup and it look uncompleted without perfect skin and for that I would recommend you to try my blog Get A Flawless Face In 10 Minutes and with that this is the smokey eye makeup you should try.
Now as I told you it is a very beautiful and different look so I am going to start with shiny base, before I put anything on my eyelid I would take some shiny and nude shadows all over the lid and then take some sticky foundation and blend it with the powder base and it will make a perfect base for this cute eye look.
Now you have to take light brown color with a flat brush and apply it all over your eyelids, but not over the crease and blend it with a fluffy eye shadow brush well and now take a clean brush and take the lightest brown shade you have of brown or pick and put it on your brow bone right underneath your eyebrows and blend well and blend it with the brown shade a bit too.
Now we need some depth and some definition in our eyes so use a slightly darker brown shade and swirl it around the crease with a crease brush and blend well all around the crease and then take the darker shade of brown I have and create a thin V at the outer edge of your eyes and blend it inward to create the smoky look.
Now take a shiny darkest gray eye pencil and apply a thin line under the lower lash line and then smudge it with your finger and then take pure black liner and apply a very thin liner over the both lashes and finish the look with mascara.