Easy Bronze Smokey Eye Look

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Ever had one of those nights where you weren't going anywhere but then you suddenly have plans. You've not a lot of time to get ready, but you want to look knockout. That was me last night and this is the look I put together. It's a bronze eye look with a little bit of smudged liner finished off with perfect skin and natural brows.

Onto my clean skin I applied a blob of my beloved Estee Lauder EE Cream in the shade Light (£34). It's natural looking but does what I need it to do. For any blemishes and my eye area I buffed in a light layer of the Nars Creamy Radiant Concealer in Vanilla (£22). Last night I used a bit of Nars Laguna bronzer (£27.50) to add a bit of colour back into my complexion. It's not pictured because I dropped it and it smashed *cries*.

The eye make-up for this look is so simple to re-create. I applied Kiko's Cream Crush shadow in Pearly Chocolate (£6.90) all over my lid and through my crease, blending well. To kick things up a notch I used the Charlotte Tilbury Rock n Kohl in Barbarella Brown (£19)nto draw a thin line on the outer edges of my eye (top and bottom) and tight lined with it too. By keeping it to the outer corners it prevents my eyes looking really small and close together. To finish everything off I curled my lashes and applied a coat or so of the Maybelline Lash Sensational Waterproof Mascara (£7.99). 

For my brows I actually got out my Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade in the shade Medium Brown (£15). I really go through phases with this product, sometimes I love it, sometimes I loathe it. I've finally figured out a way to make it work for my and I really loved the results. Last night I simply ran a small amount through my brows on a smaller shadow brush just to even everything out. A few strokes of the Maybelline Brow Drama in Medium Brown (£4.99) and you're good to go.

My lips were actually bare last night but for a complete look finish with a nude lipstick or gloss. When I wear it again I'll either use Tom Ford's Spanish Pink (£38) or my trusty Bitch Perfect by Charlotte Tilbury (£23). 

And done. It's quick and easy but it looks effortlessly glam.

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