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Look of the Day - J's Classic Smokey Eye + Review of KKCenterHK's Lower Flase LashesSmo By threenothing

Hi girlies~~~how are you guys...since only one of you guys actually like my last post...i think i won't be posting about my zombie obsessed post anymore here, and instead i'll go back to doing make ups~~~

So today's look of the day is a Classic smokey eye that is more appropriate for a night out with the girls to a club or to a fancy dinner with your significant other...where you get to dress up all fancy and what-nots~~so here is the look:

Smokey enough for ya???..lol

So ya this is just your typical smokey eye...given it is Friday, i thought I'd share a look that you gals can wear to the club scene~~~

Here are the Close up:
eyes open
Eyes Closed


So here are the steps:
1 Apply a Faint Gold Eyeshadow base all over your eye lids (Buxom Beauty Eye Base in Poodle)
2 Apply a Black Eye base under your crease (MAC's Blackground)
3 Apply a  Dark Grey Colour(1) under your crease on top of the Black eye base
4. Blend the Dark grey Up and a little over your crease
5 Take a Black Colour with shimmer(2) and apply it on the Outer-V of the the eye
6 Take a gold Shimmery colour (4) and apply it to the inner corner of the eye and the inner half of the lower lash line
7 Take a Black Gel liner and line your upper lash line and outer half of the lower lashline
8 Use a Matte Black colour (3) and apply it on top the eyeliner you just did, and also on the outer half of the lower lashline.
9. Use the same Matte Black colour(3) try and smudge the lower lashline to add more definition.
10. Use a Black waterproof eyeliner to tightline upper waterline and lower waterline
11. Use a Brown to soften the eye socket area.
12 Apply false lashes
13. Apply Peach colour blush on your cheeks, with a pink colour blush right on the front of the your cheek bone.
14. Apply Nude colour lipstick and lip-gloss~~
And you are DONE!!!!

What I Used:
Eyes:
Kate Duo Karat Eyeshadow in OR-1
Kate 5 Colour Eyeshadow in BK-1
MAC Carbon
MAC Wedge (not Shown)
Sephora Flashy Liner waterproof in deep black
MAC Paintpot in Blackground
Buxom Beauty Cream eye base in Poodle
Maybelline Studio Gel liner in Black
Cheeks:
Red Earth Duo Blush in CI001
The Body Shop Hot Brights Blush in 01
Lips:
Skin Food Honey Glossy Rouge in 606
MAC Lipglass in C-thru
False Eyelashes:
Chinese One i got from HK


So ya, KKcenterHK was very kind when they ask me if review more of their lashes..since i've never tried lower lashes, i thought i ask for a box and try to use them..now lower false eyelashes are alot hard to work with..so i did was cut them in to small set then apply it on my lower lashline...The set i was sent is A188, and they looks like this:
So again because the band is a bit stiff, it is a bit hard to wear them without cutting them up first...ive tried, and it didn't work...but if you cut them in to little pieces, they work very well...i mean in this post and the Purple Smokey Dolly look, I've used them in pieces, and they look really nice on, and soo natural. And since you can cut them into little pieces, they last along time...and they are very comfortable to wear as well~~~so overall i really like them...they are $8.80 for a box of ten pairs, which is a good deal..and b4 i forget, the band on these lashes are clear, so it is super natural when you put them on...also one more thing i wanna mention is t hat when you are purchasing lower false lashes, try to go for the clear band ones..because they tend to look more realistic than a black band..

Here is a a Close up of my eyes wearing them:
As you can see, the clear band doesn't show up in pictures, and they look natural...so ya overall i do really like them, and i would recommend them.

So this concludes my posts of the Classic Smokey eye plus the review for the KKcenterHK falsies~~~i hope you guys enjoys this post, and i hope you guys have a great weekend~~~

As always with Lotsa Luv and XOXO.J.

Thank you, threenothing
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