Get Evan Rachel Wood's Sexy Holiday Smokey Eyes!

Mon, December 14, 2009 3:45pm EDT by 1 Comment

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Tired of wearing the same old black smokey look for every holiday party?

This festive season, try out a bronzey-brown smokey eye that wont overpower your outfit while still being totally smoldering like Evan Rachel Wood’s. “We wanted this look to be classic and metropolitan — something very evening but soft and subtle,” says makeup artist Toby Fleischman who created this look for Evan.

Want to copy Evan’s party perfect eye? Here’s how!:

  1. “I used Boots No 7 Stay Perfect Eye Mousse in Khaki as a base all over Evan’s lids,” Toby says.
  2. “I lined both the top and bottom of her eyes with Mac Eye Pencil in Coffee. Then, I smudged the line into the lashes to diffuse the color a bit,” she says.
  3. “I blended Max Factor Vivid Impact Duo in Irish Coffee into her crease, outer corner and smudged it into the lower lash line too.”
  4. “To keep Evan’s look warm and soft, we didn’t want to go too dark on the lips. Sephora Brilliant Shine Lip Gloss in Bronzed Beauty is one of my absolute favorites because of its sheer color and gorgeous gold flecks. It’s versatile enough to go with red and brown clothes. It doesn’t overpower the rest of the face,” Toby says. — Marta Topran

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