Step 1: To create a sublte transition shade, it is important, to first blend a light brown eyeshadow into your crease. The perfect color to do so is the shade ‘Wedge’ by MAC.

Step 2: Now apply a silver eyeshadow (‘Obsession’ by Sephora) all over your eyelid.

Step 3: For the cat eye effect, use a black gel eyeliner to draw on a winged eyeliner.

Step 4: Because we want to create a smokey look, take a black eyeshadow (‘Corrupt’ by Makeup Geek) and use it to smoke out the eyeliner on the outer corners of your eyes. Also drag the eyeshadow closely along your lower lash line.

Step 5: Next intensify the look by using a black kajal pencil (‘Smolder’ by MAC) on your tightline and waterline.

Step 6: Highlight your brow bone and the inner corners of your eyes with a slightly shimmery eyeshadow like ‘Bootycall’ by Urban Decay.

Step 7: To prep your lashes for your false lashes, apply one coat of black mascara to your upper, and two coats to your lower lashes. Then glue on your falsies to your upper lash line. Here I’m using the Red Cherry lashes in number ‘#43’.

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