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Apply a lighter eye shadow from lash to brow in several layers so there’s full coverage. "Think of this step as priming the wall before painting it,” says Kimberly Soane, director of global artistry for Bobbi Brown.
Makeup by Keiko Takagi Using Chanel at See Management.
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Using a different brush, sweep on a darker shadow from lash to crease. “Continue to layer the color until you've reached the desired depth, but make sure it doesn’t creep up onto your brow bone,” says Soane.
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Trace a black liquid liner along the upper and lower lashes so that it meets at the outer corner of the eye and wings out slightly.
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Drag your dark shadow brush over the liner while it’s still wet. “This smudging technique creates that sultry look,” says Soane.
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The Finished Look
Finish by curling your lashes and applying three coats of jet-black mascara on top and one coat on the bottom.
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