Smokey gets in your eyes

Rutherglen Reformer - - Intimations -

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, so the old song goes and I ab­so­lutely love the Ur­ban De­cay Smokey pal­ette when it comes to get clients’eyes ready for their close-up.

It’s a real sta­ple in my bag of tricks. And the latest Smokey pal­ette does not dis­ap­point.

It boasts a great mix of matt, satin and sparkle shades which al­lows you to achieve end­less smokey looks.

Ur­ban De­cay use a‘pig­ment in­fu­sion sys­tem’which gives this pal­ette its vel­vety tex­ture, rich colours, say­ing power and blend­abilty.

The pal­ette con­tains nine new shades and three from past pal­ettes - a cham­pagne shim­mer, Dir­tysweet – a medium bronze, Radar -a me­tal­lic taupe, Ar­mor-met­alic – a sil­ver taupe, Slanted – a me­tal­lic grey, Dag­ger- a medium char­coal, Black Mar­ket – jet black satin, Smoul­der – a deep plum taupe, Pass­word – a cool taupe matt, Whiskey – a rich brown matte, Com­bust – a soft pink-taupe and Thir­teen – a light beige satin.

Just about ev­ery look you can think of can be achieved with this amaz­ing pal­ette.

My favourite is Radar, which looks amaz­ing for a clas­sic smokey look.

Ap­ply it across the lid by press­ing the colour on with a firm flat brush and blend into the crease of the eye. Af­ter that, sweep the colour un­der­neath the bot­tom lash line and fin­ish with mas­cara.

If you have a prod­uct you would like my pro­fes­sional opin­ion on, get in touch.

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