Palettes to Master Smoky Eye

The smoky eye is a timeless technique shadow artists will never let go, so while you’re busy keeping up with the rebirth of ‘90s grunge and psychedelic ‘70s vibes for fall, we’ll stick to what we know is a classic. Here are some favorite palettes to upgrade your eyes from simple to smoked-out.

1.Urban Decay Naked smoky palette

The most obvious option for all levels of smokey-eye artistry is The Urban Decay Naked smoky palette . The signature set includes a variety of shades, for a blush taupe to charcoal, so pairing options are endless, and are sure to satisfy all levels of eye makeup expertise. So if you are new to the technique, play around with pink and brown hues for a lighter smoke  that’s appropriate for daytime wear, and if you dare, branch out over the weekend with the palette’s gray and plum picks.

2.Tarte Tartlette in Bloom Clay Palette  

The Tartlette palette’s limited edition sequel set features twelve smoldering hues for fall. Equipped with nine matte and three luster finishes, each row progresses from lighter to darker shades, so it’s ideal for the eye shadow novice dabbling in different styles. Start off simple with a daytime smoke.

3.Too Faced Chocolate Bar Eye Shadow collection 

What’s better than an eye shadow palette that looks like a chocolate bar? A palette that smells like one. Smokey eyes never looked so sweet with this palette.

Comment down below on who is your favorite eye shadow palette for Smokey look, I would love to know. ❤




2 thoughts on “Palettes to Master Smoky Eye

  1. I keep needing to try the tarte palette but haven’t got round to it yet! I love the morphe 350 palette! It’s more for a neutral smoky eye but the pigments great! Amazing post,it’d mean a lot if you followed me back! Xx


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