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Sexy Grey Smokey Eyes with Revlon Photoready Primer+Shadow.

I tried a new eyeshadow palette from Revlon this week. It’s the Revlon PHOTOREADY Primer + Shadow in 515 Renaissance!
The packaging is sturdy and sleek. Easy to bring around in your handbag.

The colors are beautiful! All are shimmery eyeshadows but great for my everyday makeup.
It also have a eyeshadow primer, it’s the one on the bottom left. So I just skip eyeshadow primer whenever I use this palette.

These eyeshadows are very pigmented and long lasting. Does stay all day without any smudge, fade, melt and definitely no creasing. Surprisingly no fallout at all when I was using it this morning.
I created a grey smokey eyes with this palette but you can create so many other looks with it. I just like to create smokey eyes even for work because I think it really flatters my eyes shape.
I have hooded eyelids so I prefer smokey eyes look to open up my eyes more.

Here’s how I create the grey smokey eyes.

I apply No.1(shimmery primer) all over the eyelids extended to the brow bone.

Aplly No.2 on the inner coners of my eyes, and under the brow arch.

Then take No.3 and apply on the lids, not too far up just until your crease. Then blend softly.

Take 4 (dark purple, almost like black) and apply on the lids close to your lashes for more depth. And also line the lower lash line as well, Smoke it out using a blending brush so that it doesn’t look harsh.

After you’re done blending, use a good waterproof, long lasting black eyeliner to line the upper and lower lash line to create more definition on my eyes. I did wing out a bit on the upper lash line. Curls the lashes and then apply your favorite mascara, I used Maybelline falsies for this look for a fuller, voluminous eyelashes. You can also wear false lashes if you want but I was pressed for time so I skipped them.

Hope you enjoyed this makeup look that I created with REVLON PHOTOREADY PRIMER + SHADOW 515 RENAISSANCE. I might create more looks using this eyeshadow palette, so stay tuned.



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