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Eva Longoria is one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood so its not surprise that women are itching to find out her beauty secrets! Well we can help you with that, thanks to this easy, breezy makeup tutorial you too can can look like this beautiful Latina actress!
Learn how to create this sultry smokey eye look that Eva Longoria wore to an event. This look is gorgeous yet subtle, perfect for any event and complements any eye shape and color. The charcoal and silver combination paired with nude colored lips is absolutely stunning, and quite easy to replicate!
I hope you enjoy this Eva Longoria inspired makeup tutorial!
- Lorac Behind the Scenes Eye Primer
- NYX HD Photogenic Concealer in "Beige"
- Mac Eyeshadow in "Nylon"
- Lorac Pro Palette 2
- Maybelline Stiletto Liquid Eyeliner in "Blackest Black"
- Smashbox Limitless Eyeliner in "Onyx"
- Benefit They're Real Mascara
- House of Lashes GlueHouse of Lashes in "Iconic"
- Mac Lip Pencil in "Stripdown"
- Lime Crime Lipstick in "Coquette"
- Dose of Colors Lipgloss in "Undressed"
- Sigma E40 Tapered Blending
- Sigma E56 Shader Lid
- Sigma E58 Cream Color
- Sigma E45 Small Tapered Blending
- Sigma E25 Blending
- Sigma E20 Short Shader
- Sigma E30 Pencil Brush
Prime eyelid with
Lorac Behind the Scenes Eye Primer
to ensure colors remain vibrant all day long and then add
NYX HD Photogenic Concealer in "Beige"
to help conceal any discoloration.
Next, using a fluffy blending brush, apply the color
"Light Brown" from the Lorac 2 palette
onto the crease with a windshield wiper movement and start buffing it out in small circles. This will be your transition shade to help blend all the colors together.
Using a flat shader brush, apply
Mac eyeshadow in "Nylon"
to the inner third of the eye and the tear duct. Keep packing it on until you get that desired color. To intensify that color, you can spray a little bit of
Mac Fix +
to the brush and then pick up some of that pigment to deepen that color.
Next, using the shade
"Silver" from the Lorac Pro 2 Palette
, add this to the rest of the eyelid right until you hit that crease.
Next, using a small tapered blending brush, add the shade
"Charcoal" from that same palette
onto the crease and the outer "V" and extend it out toward the temples. This will really help elongate the eye and give it a lot of definition and depth. When working with dark colors you want to take your time and add a little bit of color at a time. Then, with a clean fluffy blending brush go over the crease and the outer "V" to make sure it is fully blended.
Create a dramatic wing with
Maybelline Stiletto Liquid Eyeliner in "Blackest Black."
For this look, Eva Longoria wore dramatic lashes so pop on some
House of Lashes in "Iconic."
to the lower lash line with a short shader brush. Then, add
Smashbox Limitless Eye Liner in "Onyx"
to your waterline. With a pencil brush, apply
to the lower lash line and smoke it out. Lastly, with a clean brush, blend out that lower lash line. Lastly, apply a few coats of
Benefit They're Real Mascara
Eva Longoria wore a beautiful nude lip color for this look so I used 3 different shades to create this lip color. First, you want to line your lips with
Mac Lip Pencil in "Stripdown."
Lime Crime Lipstick in "Coquette"
Dose of Colors Lipgloss in "Undressed."
The look is complete!
Listed below are the rest of the products I used to create this look:
- Mac Pro Longwear Foundation
- Mac Prep \& Prime Highlighter in "Light Boost"
- Ben Nye Banana Powder
- NYX Matte Bronzer in "Medium"
- Mac Blush in "Peaches"
- Mac Extra Dimension Skinfinish in "Whisper of Gilt"
- Beauty Blender
- Sigma F55 Small Duo Fiber Brush
- Sigma F86 Tapered Kabuki
- BH Cosmetics Brush
- Sigma F35 Tapered Highlighter Brush
Watch the tutorial below!
Have you tried to recreate this sultry look? Tell us about is in the comment section!
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