Step-by-Step Smokey

Bobbi on QVC

Check out Katie rocking the New Smokey Eye. One of my favorite new looks, it’s inspired by women on the go. To get the look, start with my Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick. Its unique formula glides on, and, because it gives you a minute to play before it sets, you can blend, smudge or layer until you get the perfect amount of intensity (the key to a killer smokey eye). Easy to apply even on the go, the Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick stays where it should for up to 8 hours. It’s also great for creating fresh daytime looks—just choose a lighter shade.  Watch me demonstrate the smokey eye live on QVC April 18th at 8:00pm EST.

See below video and my step-by-step guide on getting it just right.

Smokey Eye Step-by-Step
Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick, Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner, Intensifying Long-Wear Mascara 

Want to get Katie’s look?

Smokey Eye Face Chart

Katie is wearing: Corrector, Concealer Kit, Long-Wear Even Finish Foundation, Sheer Finish Loose Powder, Desert Rose Blush, Uber Pink Creamy Lip Color, Pale Pink Lip Liner, White Brightening Lip Gloss, Violet Plum Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick, Black Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner and Bark Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick.

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3 thoughts on “Step-by-Step Smokey

  1. Bobbi’s Long-Wear Cream Shadow Sticks were recently introduced and kinda a new way to experience her Long Wear Cream Eyeshadows which are available in a pot packaging. I think the swivel up pencil design makes these more portable and easy to travel with and heck if I’m honest easier to apply as well. These have a texture that is most comparable to Laura Mercier Caviar Pencils. They are soft, creamy, and very easly to apply and blend out. They have a slightly tacky finish but it isn’t uncomfortably. The formula dries down fairly fast so you need to work fast to blend out or build (not that you’ll need to build much as Golden Bronze is incredibly pigmented).


  2. Just like the others I’ve tried, Forest had a nice, soft glide during application and was easy to blend out with my finger. It held shadows rather well, only showing very minor creasing at the end of the day. That’s a big deal for me, because normally these long-wear sticks don’t hold and I need a secondary primer under it like Urban Decay Primer Potion.


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