Max Factor Smoky Eye Effect

by Danielle Fox on Monday, 6 June 2011


Colour blocking is not just reserved for fashion this summer.  Splashes of colour in beauty looks were rife on the S/S11 catwalks with bold brights and playful hints seen at Dior, Prada and Nina Ricci.

A great way to freshen up a smokey eye in the summer months is to inject some colour into it.  Caroline Barnes, Max Factor's award-winning UK make-up artist explains how.  'Give your classic smoky eye a cutting edge look by using Max Factor's Smoky Eye Effect Eyeshadow in Blue Tempest.  Ever so gently, sweep the bright blue tapered crayon across the lid and along your lower lash line and blend into the crease of your eye socket and around the outer edge of the eye. Make sure you frame with strong-looking lashes.'

Click here to buy Max Factro Smoky Eye Effect

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