The No-Fail Smoky Eye

Easier than it looks—and truly, there's no quicker way to say "evening."
1. Sweep a base shadow over your lids; this can be a neutral color or something darker, depending.
2. Trace your upper lashline from the innermost part of the eye with dark pencil; smudge with fingers.
3. Go over the line you just made with dark powder shadow, using a brush or sponge; blend out over lid.
4. Dust highlighter or a shimmery, lighter shade of shadow just under your brow.

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She was so untimid with the Elizabeth Arden pencil ($17, elizabetharden.com) she barely needed mascara.

Photo Credit: Sergio Kurhajec

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Shadow

A glinty indigo with a velvety finish.

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Shimmer

Goes on sheer but layers into shimmery darkness.

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Brushes

Angle your liner perfectly; smudge shadow like a pro.

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Palette

Stunning gradations of black, gray and white.

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Pencil

Gorgeous, inky definition.

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Cream

A double-ended stick of creamy black and white shadow.

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Powder + Seal

The sealing gel mixed with the shadow creates an unsmudgeable paste.

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Palette

A liner, luminescent highlighter, plus neutral shadow.

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