Chocolate Smokey Eye | Full Face Makeup Tutorial


Thanks so much for checking out my chocolate smokey eye tutorial! If you’re anything like me, you try to stay away from black smokey eyes as much as possible (but still long for that smokey eye look)! This has definitely become my go-to look if I want a bold smokey eye without the mess and drama of black shadows!

To create this look, I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette and the shade ‘burgundy’ from the Lorac Pro Matte Palette! The base for the brown shadow was the ELF cream eyeliner in the shade ‘Coffee’!

I didn’t go into too much detail about the rest of my face since I have a full face routine video already up (although this ended up being a full face video LOL). There are more details in some of my other videos though!

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My name is Patrice Williams and I am a freelance Makeup Artist specializing in bridal events, proms, makeup application lessons, and other special events. I believe that makeup artistry is a catalyst to women of all ages achieving a level of balance that makes us unstoppable. Balance is achieved when our inner being and out outer being are completely in sync. I thoroughly enjoy my gift as I work with women of all races, ages, and walks of life. The most beautiful part of my artistry is when a woman sees herself in the mirror for what she always was. Let's face it... When we look good, we feel good. When we feel good, we DO good. I thoroughly believe in the power of a woman, and that can be achieved by helping women see themselves for the powerhouses that they truly are. Women weren't created to raise any standards, we were created to BE the standard.