Expert guide: How to get a daytime smokey eyes look


Expert guide: How to get a daytime smokey eyes look

This week, celebrity make-up artist Rozelle Parry’s step-by-step guide to creating a daytime smokey eyes look.

Starting from the inner eyelid and working outwards, take a fine eyeshadow brush and a metallic grey shade and follow the crease in the eyelid to a point in line with the end of your eyebrow.

Starting from the inner eyelid and working outwards, take a fine eyeshadow brush and a metallic grey shade and follow the crease in the eyelid to a point in line with the end of your eyebrow. Then take  the line from half way across the upper lash line up to create a v-shape under the brow

Take a larger eyeshadow brush - and a slightly paler shade of grey - and fill in the outline you have created in step one to create a solid eyeshadow winged eye

Take a larger eyeshadow brush – and a slightly paler shade of grey – and fill in the outline you have created in step one to create a solid eyeshadow winged eye

Using a fine lip brush, choose a soft pink lip gloss and apply several layers over the lips starting from the cupid's bow to build up a luscious pink shade

Using a fine lip brush, choose a soft pink lip gloss and apply several layers over the lips starting from the cupid’s bow to build up a luscious pink shade

Use a soft pink shade on the cheeks. Style the hair in a fifties wave for a soft and feminine look

Use a soft pink shade on the cheeks. Style the hair in a Fifties wave for a soft and feminine look



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