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Blog Submitted by marantyutias on 03/17/2017 at 6:53 AM Report Blog

Look One: YSL eyeliner,?Erno Laszlo Multi-Phase Makeup Remover,?Utowa Cotton Swabs,?Dior Waterproof Crayon Eyeliner in Trinidad Black,?Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Liner in Black Ink,?Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Eyeshadow Palette in Uptown Girl,?Utowa Eyelash Curler,?Serge Lutens Comb Mascara

Look Number Two: Dark Side of the Moon

Celebrity makeup artist Jillian Dempsey specializes in no-frills makeup (one of her regulars is Kristen Stewart, the other is Jennifer Lawrence). Earlier this year she debuted Lid Tints, which are easy-to-use, gel-textured eye shadows. There’s one particular color, Smoke, that you should get to know intimately. While it appears jet black in its clamshell packaging, in reality it glides on sheer and cool as shit.


1. Line your top lash line with a liquid liner, finishing Isabel Marant Shoes with a slight flick on the outer corner of your eye. You can technically use a pencil liner for this (Jillian Dempsey likes to blend a pencil with her Lid Tints for a greasy, rocker vibe), but I?suggest a liquid liner for this particular tutorial because?it will stay put on your lid and add definition to the overall look once you’ve layered on the Lid Tint.

2. While the liquid liner is drying, take a waterproof black liner and rim your upper waterline to fill the gap beneath the liquid liner.

3. After you’ve rested your eye for a second (blink a few times if you need to) take a clean concealer brush (I find that a concealer brush has the right dimensions and bristles for this application technique) and dip it into the Smoke Lid Tint.

4. Use your liquid liner as a guide and sweep the pigment on top, going slightly above and beyond the liquid line. The general shape should be similar to the top half of a Goldfish cracker, with the flick equaling the tail. I don’t know if this analogy works for you but I’m looking at a Goldfish right now and it’s?feeling so right.
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