Monday, November 12, 2007

How To Get a Smoky Eye With Get In Line


Every once in awhile a customer will have a question on how to do a smoky eye using the Get in Line Stencil Kit. For those who don’t know about the kit and how quickly you can create these looks, we decided to show you. The stencils are made from a soft PVC plastic so they are easy to fit on any eye shape.
As seen on the model above place the stencil labeled smoky eye over your closed eye. Holding stencil in place, use the full end of the brush and dip into one of the darker shadows from the kit ( you can mix together too). Sweep color over the entire eyelid opening. You can repeat again for a darker look. Remove the stencil, wipe brush, and apply the base color from your brow bone to the crease of your eye, making sure to blend both colors in the crease.


Repeat the same as above on the other eye by simply flipping the stencil over. For a more dramatic look, using the same stencil labeled bottom liner, place underneath your eye and sweep color along line. To soften the line you can smudge with your brush for a Smoky eye runway look.

This is how easy it really is to do a smoky eye. The Get in Line Stencil kit from Beth Bender Beauty is $36.00 and is available at Coming next How to do a Cat eye.

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