Get the look: Green Smokey Eyes!

I did this smokey look for the Skova Designs Fall 2010 Look book and thought it would be a perfect fall makeup tutorial.

Step 1: Prep skin with Dermalogica Multi-Active Toner and Dermalogica Active Moist.

Step 2: Apply Girogio Armani Luminous Silk foundation in your shade all over face with a large foundation brush and then blended it out with a beauty blender sponge. Set the base with Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Powder or any translucent powder you have. The face was contoured with my favorite discontinued bronzer but MAC Matt Bronze will do. Apply this to the hollow of the cheeks, hair line and jaw line.

Step 3: For the eyes, use the Urban Decay Primer Potion all over lid and set with powder. Then apply a dark brown powder shadow all over lid into crease and slightly toward the outer corners, then blend with a larger buffing brush. Next lightly apply  Stila Eye Shadow in Jade to the ball of the eye and blend into crease. Then bring the dark brown color to the lower lid just to the tear duct and blend so it looks soft. Line the inner rim of the eye with MAC Smolder Eye Pencil and squeeze eyes shut to smudge the liner and then apply again. To pop the inner corners of the eyes apply a white shimmer shadow like MAC Rice Paper Eye shadow to the inside corners and blend well. Apply two coats of YSL Volume Effet Mascara to top lashes and one coat to the bottom lashes.

Step 4: I kept the lips nude for this look by using a pinky nude lip liner and then applied a nude glossy lipstick. The color I used is an Estee Lauder discontinued shade but MAC Honeylove will work perfectly.

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