Smokey Eyes With Pink – How To
- August 25, 2019
Pink is the color of femininity and sweetness. It reminds many people of Barbies and candies. Well, combined with regular smokey eyes, pink can look sexy, eye-catching and luxurious. For those of you who want to try something new – smokey eyes with pink. Makeup ideas!
Smokey Eye With Pink Glitter
Well, if you suddenly developed a desire to become cotton-candy: this look is for you! To achieve it you will need:
- Matte light pink shadow
- Matte cool-toned dark pink shadow
- Pink glitter or glitter eyeliner
- Liquid eyeliner (can be gel, pen eyeliner also)
- False eyelashes
Start with priming the eyelids and underneath the bottom lash line. Set it with powder or light nude eyeshadow. Grab a Fluffy Eyeshadow Brush and use matte cool-toned dark pink shade to apply in your crease, extending it outwards and up. Take some more of this shadow and pack it in your outer corner for more intensity.
Glitter time! Take the chosen pink glitter or glitter liner and cover two-thirds of your eyelid (starting from inside) with the product. Then line the top lash line with Liquid Eyeliner and do a cat-eye.
To finish off the eyes, use a fluffy blending brush to apply light matte pink shade on your browbone and a small amount in the inner corner. Some mascara on the lashes and you are ready to apply the falsies! Easy yet effortless look!
Smokey Eyes With Pink Cut Crease
This sultry and captivating look will not leave you unnoticed. Get your makeup kit and start now:
- Light matte peach shadow
- Matte dark grungy violet shadow
- Sparkly pink shade
- Glittery white shade
- Black pencil eyeliner
- false eyelashes
Apply some Eye Primer on your eyelids and under the lash line. Cover it with some powder or nude eyeshadow. With Fluffy Eyeshadow Brush apply matte peach shade in the crease and a bit above it. Blend it up and outwards.
On the same brush, take a matte violet shade and apply it directly to the crease and outer corner. Blend it together with the peach slightly.
Time for the cut crease! Use a small concealer brush to apply some of the concealer on the lid. Start carving out the cut crease in the inner corner with a small amount of the product. Follow your crease and stop the application at about two-thirds of the eye. Blend the rest of the concealer downwards.
Take sparkly pink eyeshadow on a packing brush and apply it on the center of the lid area and inner part of the lower lash line. Use the other side of the brush to apply glittery white shadow in the inner corner, connecting with the pink on the bottom. Both shadows can be used wet for a more intensive color result.
Use the same dark violet shade to smoke out the bottom lash line. Apply black pencil Eyeliner on the waterline and tightline for even more intensity. Finish off with mascara and some false eyelashes. Maybe not the easiest look to achieve but definitely worth it!
Smokey Eyes With Pink And Gold
Prepare to catch everyone’s attention with this look. Smokey, intense, bold – this is the way to describe it! What you will need:
- Matte white/cream shadow
- Bright matte pink shadow
- Matte dark violet shadow
- Gold color shadow
- Black liquid eyeliner
- False eyelashes
Begin with applying the Eye Primer on the eyelids and underneath the lash line. Set that with some powder or nude color eyeshadow. Use a white/cream shadow on a big eyeshadow brush and apply it all over the lid and brow bone area. This not only will work as a highlighter but also will help to blend the shadows.
Take a bright matte pink shadow and with a Fluffy Eyeshadow Brush apply it in the crease and blend it up, going inwards and outwards. Take a matte dark violet shade and with packing brush pack it on the outer and inner corners of the eye. With a previously used blending brush, blend the color with the crease shade and also, connect it in the middle slightly.
Grab a golden shade and with wet packing, brush apply it in the middle of the eye. This way you will create the famous ‘Halo eye’ look.
Finish off the top eyelids with a thick line of Liquid Eyeliner, mascara, and some falsies. For the bottom lash line, use a small eyeshadow brush and apply the dark violet shade along the bottom of the eye then blend it with some bright pink shadow. Don’t forget to add mascara to your lower lashes!
Smokey Cat-eye With Pink Glitter
This look is sultry and sexy. It gives us that ‘Arabic’ makeup vibe. To achieve it you will need:
- Satin finish champagne color shadow
- Pink glitter or glitter liner
- Black liquid eyeliner (can be gel or pen eyeliner)
- Matte black (dark grey) shadow
- Gel pencil eyeliner
- False eyelashes
Neutralize your eyelids and underneath the lash line with some Eye Primer, then set everything in place with some powder or nude color eyeshadow. Take a packing brush and matte black shadow. Pack it on the outer third of the eye, start to create the cat-eye shape. Blend it with a Fluffy Eyeshadow Brush.
Take the pink glitter (or glitter liner) and apply it on the center of the eye, moving inwards. Use a packing brush or your finger for application.
Apply some satin champagne color under the brow bone and in the inner corner. Proceed with black Liquid Eyeliner. Create a cat-eye with it and extend the line in the inner corner. This will elongate the eye. Use black pencil Eyeliner in the waterline and on the tightline. Smoke out some matte black shadow on the bottom lash line and connect it with the black shadow on the top lid.
Take some concealer on a concealer brush. Clean up the black eyeshadow line by dragging it up, towards the end of the eyebrow. This should leave you with a clean and sharp black shadow cat-eye.
To complete the eye look, apply some mascara on top and bottom lashes and add false eyelashes. Your eyes are done!
Pink Sunset Smokey Eye
This look is for those bright summer days. Accentuate the color of your eyes with a pink sunset. You will need:
- Matte orange shadow
- Matte bright pink or red shadow
- Sparkly pink shadow
- Sparkly warm-toned bronze shadow
- Matte white shadow
- Brown gel eyeliner
- Brown pencil eyeliner
- False eyelashes
Cover your eyelids and underneath the bottom lash line with some Eye Primer. Set everything with some powder or nude color eyeshadow. With a large eyeshadow brush, apply matte white shadow all over the lid, under the brow bone and in the inner corner. This will help for the shadows to blend better.
Use a matte orange shadow on a Fluffy Eyeshadow Brush and apply it into the crease, blending it up. Take some of the matte pink and with packing brush pack it in the outer corner. Try to extend the end of the shadows to lift the eyes up and blend it together with the orange shade by using fluffy blending brush from before.
In the center of the eye apply sparkly pink shadow. In the inner third of the eye – sparkly bronze shadow. Both of these shadows can be used wet to make the color more intense.
Line the top lash line with a brown gel liner. Keep the liner thin. Apply some bright pink shade on the two-thirds of the bottom lash line, starting with the outer corner, and some orange on the inner one-third of the eye. Blend both colors together.
To finish off the eyes, take brown pencil eyeliner and apply it on the waterline and tightline. Use some mascara and falsies to complete everything.
I hope this was helpful and now you have some more ideas for smokey eyes with pink! Play with the colors, embrace your inner makeup artist and don’t be afraid to experiment.
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