Refreshing Smoky Eye

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Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury is known for her famous smoky eye look.

Charlotte shares with ELLE readers 5 secrets to becoming a true `eye makeup artist`.

Charlotte Tilbury backstage at Fashion Week

1. Cheekbones can highlight the eyes

The most important thing women need to remember when applying makeup is that our face is not a flat surface but is always moving with different high and low points.

Dark smoky eyes will help your eyes look deeper.

Refreshing Smoky Eye

1. Dior powder 2. Bobbi Brown powder and highlight

2. Thick eyebrows help you look younger

Thin, curved, perfectly trimmed eyebrows only appear in dramas of the last decade.

Refreshing Smoky Eye

1. Benefit eyebrow and eye makeup set 2. Clé De Peau Beauté eyebrow pencil

3. The beauty of hazel eyes

That is the eye makeup trend in the style of the 60s: Long eye corners to make the eyes look bold and mysterious.

If you feel your eyelids are a bit drooping and sagging, pay attention to drawing the corners of your eyes higher to create an `eyelid lift` effect in the following 2 steps:

Step 1: Draw a border 2/3 of the lash line, starting from the inner corner to the corner of the eye.

Step 2: From the corner of the eye, apply a dot 2mm away and 2mm higher.

Refreshing Smoky Eye

1. Laneige 4-color eyeshadow 2. Clinique makeup remover 3. Make Up For Ever eyeliner

4. Indispensable: highlighter, eyelash curler and mascara

Those are 3 products you should use every day.

Refreshing Smoky Eye

1. Estée Lauder mascara 2. Shu Uemura eyelash curler

5. Dark eye color is a good friend

Don’t make the mistake of thinking that dark eye color will make you look older.

Refreshing Smoky Eye

1.Shu Uemura gel eyeliner 2.MAC shimmer eyeshadow

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