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Natasha Poly’s Sultry Smokey Eyes + Get The look

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Privet Matryoshka’s, When we are immersed in conversation, our eyes become the feature most looked at. It would be unnatural if conversations lead us to starring at an individuals feet for the entire night. There’s also no other feature that can indicate what we’re feeling, or trying to express the way that our eyes do. If we wish to change our image and go for a sultry style, all you need to do is opt for darker shades of shadow. If we wish to mimic Audrey Hepburn’s infamous doe eyes, swipe eyeliner onto your upper lids. while achieving a natural look often look for softer colour palettes, pinks and pearl tones can never do you wrong. This throwback thursday post is all about the eyes. I will be posting video tutorials (at the very bottom of the page) that I found helpful for achieving a look similar to the one Natasha Poly wore to the 2012 Cannes film festival. + A few other smokey eyed options if you want a downplayed, less intense version. And yes I can’t get over her look, and this could be one of the reasons why she gained the status of being an icon. So Gorgeous.

Natasha Poly’s Look 

00324640be167093_Cannes-Natasha-PolyLike Natasha Poly keep accessories simple if you want your eyes to pop

festival_de_cine_de_cannes_2012_216856250_562x908Keep the rest of your face’s makeup neautral, so you don’t come across as looking ‘overdone’

natasha-poly-65th-annual-cannes-film-festival-03Don’t neglect your waterline. I often use Covergirl’s Perfect Point Plus in black, it seems to stick to my waterline the best. even after multiple uses.

RED+CARPET+18+05+12-DUFOUR_0And don’t forget  or skimp on the mascara 🙂

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The Makeup Tutorial Videos

 

If you want neutral smokey eyes, this is a look that works best for daytime:

This last tutorial is called ‘How To Do Emo Eyes’, ignore that! It honestly offers one of the closest intense eye makeup look that could help you mimic Natasha’s.:

 

 

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