How to make purple smokey ice – step by step makeup

How to make purple smokey ice

My first purple Smokey Ice was destined to appear at the age of 16. The impetus for their appearance was she – Britney Spears and her song “I’m a Slave 4 U”.

The history of the appearance of purple Smokey Ice

Jeans with ties were found quickly, but purple shadows were not. The salvation was a Manhattan pencil and a palette with indistinct gray flowers. It’s hard to judge how well it got it, but I didn’t go unnoticed. As soon as I took a couple of steps towards the school, I heard from two high school students – look, she looks like Britney Spears!

Oh yes, I must mention the fact that then I was a blonde with brown eyes. True, I became her not under the influence of Britney, but with a desire to celebrate the beginning of adolescence.

Thanks to my mother for the easy consent to my changes in appearance. She is generally special for me. Not like everyone else. I was allowed to paint at home, and not at the entrance, as my peers did. And cosmetics were bought on Saturday under its active – take better this shine.

Therefore, my transitional age did not take place under the supervision of – this is my life, what I want, what I do! – and endless scandals, and the pacified – maybe a seagull?

A lot of time has passed since then and my today’s purple Smokey ice reminds her of how they appeared in our life with her … And now to the point.

How to do purple eye makeup

Apply a black pencil to the entire movable eyelid.

Using a synthetic brush, blend it up to the crease of the eyelid.

Use a flat goat hair brush to fill the eyelid with black shadow.

Paint over the crease of the eyelid with a matte purple color.

Take a clean brush and blend the edges of the feather to create a hazy effect on the eyes without clear boundaries.

Bring the lower eyelid and mucous membrane of the eye with a pencil.

Fix the pencil with dry eyeshadow for long-lasting eye makeup.

How to make purple smokey ice

As you can see, purple Smokey ice is about black shadows on the moving part of the eye and purple in the crease of the eyelid. Thanks to the combination of these two colors, the makeup turned out to be rich and expressive. Very rarely I use purple solo shadows, I always try to combine them with deeper shadows.