How to Perfect a Smoky Eye

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How to Perfect a Smoky Eye

Where there's smoke there's FIRE! #MorpheBabe @anikakialani_ shows us how it's done with this SMOKED out eye look using our NEW Black Eyelid Primer and 35O3 Fierce By Nature Artistry Palette.
hi Morphe babes my name is anneka Kea Lani I'm here at the Morphey studio and today we're gonna be playing around with a 3503 poly the new Morphe black eyeshadow primer and some eye candy glitter gonna know how I created this look thank God and keep on watching so I did one eye off of camera and now I'm going to show you guys how I created it using the new morphe 35o 3 poly and the new black eye shadow primer so the first year that i use is this one right here the shade is called savage and I am using this with a Morphe and four-for-one brush start by applying it right into the crease so now that I have a nice wash of color in my crease I'm gonna use this shade right here it's called ignition with a morphe M 4-3-3 brush I'm going to apply that right below the first shade I'm use this shade right here called domination and this is really just gonna give more of a gradient effect to at the smoky eye the star of the video I'm going to be using the new up morphe at black eyelid primer gonna watch both of the primers on the back of my hand just so you can kind of see the difference between both of them this one is gonna be the trans we taped primary key so once you blend it out it just blends right into your hand and this is a black eyelid primer right here a little definitely goes a long way and as you can see it's just an opaque block so it's really good for any smoky eye who's gonna be using them worth m1 face three brush and I'm gonna start right at the base of my lashes and start patting it with this product I don't want to do swiping motions because it's gonna disturb the shadow underneath okay so now that I have a generous amount of the eyelid primer on my eye I'm gonna take the block right here in the corner called smoked out and I'm gonna start blending out the edges of it but by having the primer underneath a black shadow it's gonna create a really nice base before adding shadow on top of it it's gonna help with creeping throughout the day and it's just also gonna make it look a lot more pigmented as well okay so for my lower lashline I'm going to be being the Morphe color pencil in the shade darkroom this is just a block and I'm gonna start by applying it into my waterline and also drag it down just a little bit this is super creamy so it's really nice to put it in the water line and then blend it out now I'm going to be taking the black again helped smoked out on and m-21 free brush and I'm just gonna start by it smudging out the edges of the eyeliner that I just applied into smoky out even more I'm gonna take the shade domination that I used earlier on AM or PM 506 brush and I'm just gonna start by blending that's right underneath the black that I just applied I'm back with lashes and a lip and you can definitely leave the look just like this but if you want to amp it up for any special occasion any party or anything like that you can definitely add some glitter today I'm going to be using the eye penny glitter in the shade candy coin and to apply that I'm gonna be using the liquid sugar by eye candy as well alright morphe babe so this is a completed look using the 3503 poly the new black eyelid primer and the eye candy glitter thank you guys so much for watching and I'll see you in the next one
hi Morphe babes my name is anneka Kea Lani I'm here at the Morphey studio and today we're gonna be playing around with a 3503 poly the new Morphe black eyeshadow primer and some eye candy glitter gonna know how I created this look thank God and keep on watching so I did one eye off of camera and now I'm going to show you guys how I created it using the new morphe 35o 3 poly and the new black eye shadow primer so the first year that i use is this one right here the shade is called savage and I am using this with a Morphe and four-for-one brush start by applying it right into the crease so now that I have a nice wash of color in my crease I'm gonna use this shade right here it's called ignition with a morphe M 4-3-3 brush I'm going to apply that right below the first shade I'm use this shade right here called domination and this is really just gonna give more of a gradient effect to at the smoky eye the star of the video I'm going to be using the new up morphe at black eyelid primer gonna watch both of the primers on the back of my hand just so you can kind of see the difference between both of them this one is gonna be the trans we taped primary key so once you blend it out it just blends right into your hand and this is a black eyelid primer right here a little definitely goes a long way and as you can see it's just an opaque block so it's really good for any smoky eye who's gonna be using them worth m1 face three brush and I'm gonna start right at the base of my lashes and start patting it with this product I don't want to do swiping motions because it's gonna disturb the shadow underneath okay so now that I have a generous amount of the eyelid primer on my eye I'm gonna take the block right here in the corner called smoked out and I'm gonna start blending out the edges of it but by having the primer underneath a black shadow it's gonna create a really nice base before adding shadow on top of it it's gonna help with creeping throughout the day and it's just also gonna make it look a lot more pigmented as well okay so for my lower lashline I'm going to be being the Morphe color pencil in the shade darkroom this is just a block and I'm gonna start by applying it into my waterline and also drag it down just a little bit this is super creamy so it's really nice to put it in the water line and then blend it out now I'm going to be taking the black again helped smoked out on and m-21 free brush and I'm just gonna start by it smudging out the edges of the eyeliner that I just applied into smoky out even more I'm gonna take the shade domination that I used earlier on AM or PM 506 brush and I'm just gonna start by blending that's right underneath the black that I just applied I'm back with lashes and a lip and you can definitely leave the look just like this but if you want to amp it up for any special occasion any party or anything like that you can definitely add some glitter today I'm going to be using the eye penny glitter in the shade candy coin and to apply that I'm gonna be using the liquid sugar by eye candy as well alright morphe babe so this is a completed look using the 3503 poly the new black eyelid primer and the eye candy glitter thank you guys so much for watching and I'll see you in the next one