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Simple, Smoky Brown Eyes

When in doubt choose brown! That’s my punch line for when I want to be safe and subtle with my eye makeup. The fact that I have a lot of brown clothing and shoes doesn’t help much either. This was a simple look I created for a day full of shopping. I did add a bit of drama with my winged out liner and strong brows! 
Face
Sacha cream to powder foundation in Perfect Caramel
L’Oreal Translucide loose powder in medium
CaraMia Blush in Fawn
Lips
MAC Hug Me Lipstick
Eyes
Coastal Scents Go Cairo Palette
Revlon Colorstay Liquid eye pen in Black
MAC False Lashes Extreme Black Mascara
Milani Liquif’eye Black eyeliner
Do you love smoky eyes? I certainly do as well as for the colour brown.
Happy Brown Day!
XOXO
Naomi

Comments

  1. Oooo I like this! You look great! I like smokey eyes, but only do it for special occasions. I can't wear brown clothes (doesn't work with my skintone), but I do like brown shadows!

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    1. Brown shadows are really a staple in my makeup stash even though i'm drawn to really bright colours!

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  2. love the way u did it..loved it :) do check out my blog..tagged u in one! it's a fun post :)
    http://fewunnecessarystuff.blogspot.in/2012/02/tag-o-mania.html

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    1. thanks! ok i check it out now! thanks again

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  3. Brown does suit you and I love your earrings...what is it made of? wood or metal?

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