How to Apply Makeup to Create Smokey Eyes

How to Apply Makeup to Create Smokey Eyes
How to Apply Makeup to Create Smokey Eyes.Dress up your date-night look by creating smokey eyes with makeup. Smokey eyes will add glamour and sophisticated elegance to any outfit. With a few shades of powder eyeshadow, a deep-gray eye pencil and black mascara, you can easily create
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