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Mastering the "Smokey-Eye"

Have you ever tried to do a “Smokey-Eye" but ended up looking more like a raccoon than the sexy vixen? 

Or maybe you are so intimidated by the technique that you don’t try at all and wear your everyday eyes out on the town when you should be stepping it up for nighttime appeal?  Either way, this class has you covered! 

The smokey eye is a look that never goes out of style. It looks great on every skin tone and every eye shape.  Together, we will master your best smokey eye for every occasion in the perfect setting for that sexy look.  No more mess, no more black eyes, no more intimidation!  Join me at the Big Blue Martini for a night to learn this beauty technique and a lot of fun!!  

Come solo and meet new friends, or bring 2 friends to receive 50% off your admission.   

 You Will Learn:

  • What tools/brushes you need to complete the look.
  • How to pair eyeshadow colors.
  • Different shades of Smokey Eyes 
  • How to apply the eyeshadow correctly. 
  • How to compliment to your specific eye shape.
  • The correct technique to blending all the colors together so there are no harsh lines.
  • How to ensure your eye-makeup will last all night.

What You'll need to Bring: 

  • Neutral & Dark eyeshadows (Please make sure most of the shadows are matte
  • In case you need a recommendation, here are a few great palettes : 
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills- shadow couture palette
  • Tartelette Amazonian Clay Matte Eyeshadow Palette
  • Stila Eyes are the window in the "MIND" colors 
  • Naked Basics by urban decay or the Naked 2 palette(if you have naked 1 palette bring it)
  • Lorac Pro MATTE
  • Too Faced Semi sweet chocolate bar
  • Kat Von D Shade and light eye contouring palette
  • Mascara
  • Eyeliner - Pencil, gel or liquid 

Items Provided For You To Use:

  • Large Blending Brush
  • Smudge Brush
  • Med Blending brush 
  • Flat Shader Brush
  • Lashes (yours to keep)
  • Lash Glue (for communal use)
  • Tweezers & Scissors (for communal use)
  •  Eye Primers (for communal use)
  • Makeup remover wipes…just in case you end up with a faux black eye in the process;) and need to start over!

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