Here are four more beautiful smoky eye looks from our international educators and makeup artists who work with jane iredale. From gorgeous pink smoky eyes, to purple smoky eyes and even a nude smoky eye we hope these inspire you to get done up and heat up your nights with a hot, new makeup look. Japan, makeup artist Mina: Pink Smoke Step 1 – ChampagnePurePressed Eye Shadow all over lid with Deluxe Shader Brush, and along lower lash line. Step 2 – Medium pink shade from Pink BlissPurePressed Eye Shadow Triple all over lid with Deluxe Shader Brush and along lower lash line. Blend well. Step 3 – Burgundy shade from Pink Bliss in crease, outer corner of eye and lash line with Eye Shader Brush. Bring color along bottom 2/3 of lower lash line. Step 4 – Taupe PurePressed Eye Shadow in crease and in a ‘v’ shape at outer corner of eye with Crease Brush for a more dramatic effect. Step 5 – Basic BrownEye Pencil along top lash line from inside corner outward, moving in small sections to fill in gaps between the lashes. Step 6 – Smoky Grey PurePressed Eye Shadow with Detail Brush in outer corner of eye. Step 7 – CompleteIn Touch Highlighter on brow bone with fingers. Step 8 – Favorite mascara on upper & lower lashes. Mexico, makeup artist Alexandra Salem: Sizzle SmokeStep 1 – LemonLid Primer all over lid with fingers. Step 2 – Sheer Gold from Smoke Gets in Your Eyes Eye Shadow Kit all over lid to brow bone with Crease Brush. Step 3 – Sizzle from same kit all over lid and into crease with Deluxe Shader brush. Step 4 – Line upper & lower lash lines with Black/Brown Eye Pencil. Step 5 – Gold shade from Double DazzleHighlighter Pencil to inner corner of eye and brow bone. Step 6 – OnyxMystikol to upper & lower lash line and outer corner of the lid. Step 7 – Favorite mascara on upper & lower lashes. Russia, makeup artist Julia Kurotenko: Nude Smoke Step 1 – Highlighter end of Onyx Mystikol to brow bone, and eyeliner end to create a thick line along upper lash line. Blend well with Smudge Brush. Step 2 – Oyster from Daytime Eye Shadow Kit all over lid and along lower lash line with Deluxe Shader Brush, beginning at brow bone. Step 3 – Almond from same kit on lid and into crease with Crease Brush. Step 4 – Dark Suede from same kit on outer half of lid with Eye Shader Brush. Step 5 – Black/BrownCream to Powder Eyeliner along upper & lower lashes with Eye Liner/Brow Brush. Step 6 – Black IceLongest Lash Thickening and Lengthening Mascara on upper & lower lashes. United Arab Emirates, makeup artist Kate Goodwin: Purple SmokeStep 1 – Canvas Lid Primer all over lid with fingers. Step 2 – Nude from Smoke Gets in Your Eyes Eye Shadow Kit all over lid with Deluxe Shader Brush. Step 3 – Violet from same kit to create a contour in crease with Crease Brush. Step 4 – Create a ‘v’ shape in outer corner of eye with Aubergine from same kit and blend outwards with Eye Shader Brush. Step 5 – Sizzle from same kit to deepen crease, and along lash line with Eye Liner/Brow Brush. Step 6 – Sheer Gold from same kit to highlight brow bone. Step 7 – Black Plus Cream to Powder Eyeliner along upper lash line, and elongate with a feline flick with Detail Brush. Soften and blend the line. Step 8 – Basic Black Eye Pencil along upper & lower lash line. Step 9 – Black Ice Longest Lash Thickening and Lengthening Mascara on upper & lower lashes. Stay tuned for even more smoky eye looks before the month is over!
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.