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    Smoky eye tutorials and a giveaway!

    • 3 min read

    BY CHELSEA SIMMONS

    The holidays are here and this year we are spicing things up with the NEW Where there's smoke... collection. The gorgeous Limited Edition Smoke & Mirrors Smoky Eye Kitwas designed to help you create amazing smoky eyes and the NEW Eye Sheres in Opal Silk and Gold Silk add a touch of shimmer on their own for a more natural makeup look, or can help create an even more dramatic eye look when used as a base. Keep reading for three gorgeous smoky eye video tutorials using the new Smoke & Mirrors Kit and for details on how you could WIN a Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Kit and both NEW Eye Sheres!
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    Simple Smoky Eye
    • Apply your shade of PurePressed Base using the Handi Brush, spritz with your favorite Hydration Spray.
    • Apply Cheekie PurePressed Blush using the Dome Brush to the apples of your cheeks.
    • Apply Opal Silk to entire eyelid and up to brow bone, pat gently with your ring finger.
    • Using the Smoke & Mirrors kit, surround your eye with Smoky Grey by pressing the shadow into the eyelid and along the lower lash line using the Eye Shader Brush.
    • Apply PureLash Extender and Conditioner followed by Slate Grey Longest Lash Mascara to your lashes.
    • Finish with Katharina PureMoist Lipstick followed by Kir Royale PureGloss.
    Purple Smoky Eye
    • Apply your shade of Amazing Base using the Chisel Shader Brush, spritz with your favorite Hydration Spray.
    • Apply In Love PurePressed Blush using the Dome Brush.
    • Using the Smoke & Mirrors kit, highlight your brow bone with Champagneusing Eye Contour brush.
    • Apply Nudeall over your eyelid using the Deluxe Shader Brush, by gently patting it on.
    • Brush Auberginein your crease and in outer corner of your eye using the Eye Contour Brush.
    • Deepen your crease with Sizzleand add it along lash line using the Small Fluff brush.
    • Use the Smudge Brush to line Charcoalalong your upper and lower lash line; elongate.
    • Apply PureLash Extender and Conditioner followed by Jet Black PureLash Lengthening Mascara to your lashes.
    • Finish with NYC Just Kissed Lip Plumper.
    Dramatic Smoky Eye
    • Start by applying Smooth Affair Primer to your face followed by your shade of Glow Time BB Creamusing your finger tips.
    • Apply Whisper PurePressed Blush to your cheeks using the Dome Brush.
    • Apply Gold Silk Eye Shere to your entire eyelid, pat gently with your fingertip.
    • Using the Smoke & Mirrors kit, press Cappuccinoall around your eye socket and into your crease with the Eye Shader Brush working towards outer edges of your eye.
    • Use the Eye Shader Brush to layer Dark Suedeon your eyelid, blending well towards edges.
    • Use the Crease Brush to blend Charcoalinto your crease.
    • Brush Charcoalvery close to your upper & lower lashes using the Small Fluff Brush.
    • Apply PureLash Extender and Conditioner followed by Black Ice Longest Lash Mascara to your lashes.
    • Finish your look with Sangria PureGloss Lip Gloss.

    GIVEAWAY TIME! Follow the steps below to enter our giveaway and you could be one of 3 winners to win the Smoke Gets In Your Eyes kit and both new Eye Sheres! Smoke Gets In Your Eyes has a sample of some of the colors in Smoke & Mirrors and is a permenant part of the jane iredale line.

     

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    1. Comment, before December 1, below and tell us what smoky eye look is your favorite and where you would want to wear it this holiday season.
    2. Be sure to use a current e-mail when commenting as this is how we will notify you if you have won.
    3. Winners will be notified the week of December 1st, so be sure to check your e-mail.
    Good luck!
    Chelsea Simmons

    Chelsea Simmons

    Chelsea began her beauty journey in 2010 as a fashion and beauty freelancer at Ladies’ Home Journal magazine. There she had the chance to test and review hundreds of products while quickly falling for the benefits the clean makeup she tried. After leaving the magazine industry, she worked as a publicist for international fragrance and beauty brands until 2016 when she landed at jane iredale. Here, she has discovered liquid eyeliner doesn’t have to burn her eyes, foundation doesn’t have to feel heavy, and that the jane iredale Global Educators truly have the best beauty hacks. Since then, she’s shared her 10+ years of experience with you on The Good Glow Blog.