Table of contents:
- Bright blue smokey eyes
- A combination of elegance
- The classic brown
- Black & brown
- Sparkling smokey eyes
- Rust shade
- Smokey eyes purple
- Total black
- Matt brown
- Intense black
- A touch of orange
- Brown shimmer
- Total orange
- Chic brown
Black, brown, purple or rust, smokey eyes continue to set the trend. As our selection of the most beautiful eye makeup seen on the runways demonstrates
Focus on eyes. A goal that becomes reality thanks to the smokey eyes.
The key word is nuance. Once you have chosen a color - be it black, rust, brown or purple - apply the powder blending all over the eyelid to give greater depth and a touch of sensuality to the look.
If you, like us, love smokey eyes, choose your favorite from the selection of best seen on the catwalks ofAutumn / Winter 2017-18.
Bright blue smokey eyes
Electric blue, the color of the year. The trick to make this eye makeup more intense is to add a diamond powder starting from the inside of the eye. Blend very well with the help of a medium brush. We like it because: it is a different shade than usual, ideal for both those with light eyes and for those with dark irises.
A combination of elegance
Black and gold are mixed to create an elegant and sensual look. The gaze is lengthened by the black powder while a gold trail appears on the eyelid. We like it because: it has an original "shape", perfect for the most important evenings.
The classic brown
Choose a softer powder to recreate this ideal eye make-up for the day. If you want to give more intensity to the look, pass a pencil with a soft lead along the contour. We like it because: it's a timeless eye makeup.
Black & brown
The most intense black is blended with a brown powder over the entire fixed eyelid for a particular two-tone effect. You can also choose a second lighter shade that makes the dark eyeshadow stand out even more. We like it because: it is the favorite eye make-up for lovers of dark make-up.
Sparkling smokey eyes
A cascade of glitter creates a brilliant 3D effect over the entire eyelid. We like it because: it's an elegant variation on the more classic black shade.
Rust is still the protagonist of eye make-up: a trend of last season that is also confirmed for this Autumn / Winter. We like it because: despite being a difficult shade, enriched with a golden brushstroke it makes the eyes brighter.
Smokey eyes purple
Why not choose the purple that suits everyone? The trick is to combine a second lighter shade. If you want to be daring, gold, orange and red are the colors we recommend. We like it because: purple enhances light irises like no other color can.
A total black eye make-up that lengthens the look. To make it deeper, first blend a khol along the contour. We like it because: it's a very sensual eye make-up.
If you want a sophisticated look, go for this high impact matte brown smokey eyes. Don't forget to blend the powder in the lower rhyme as well. We like it because: even a soft nuance can create looks that do not go unnoticed.
Dedicated to lovers of the dark: black dresses the eye and gives depth to the look, while the rest of the make-up is minimal. We like it because: it's easy to make. To replicate it, blend a brown pencil on the upper rim, pass a black powder on the mobile eyelid and, finally, apply a dark brown eyeshadow.
A touch of orange
The latest trend? Create a smokey eye and combine it with a graphic eyeliner in a fluorescent shade. We like it because: it's a successful mix of colors.
Choose a shimmer brown eyeshadow to fill your eyes with brightness. The extra touch? Approach it to a gold tip inside the eye. We like it because: despite being a dark powder, it gives shine.
Between orange and rust, this smokey eyes can turn into a full color with a simple gesture. We like it because: just intensify the color on the sides of the eye to create a three-dimensional effect.
The right proposal if you want smokey eyes that last all day: perfect during the day, it turns into a sensual eye make-up for the evening. We like it because: it is enough to blend well along the corner of the eye to give intensity.