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How to do a blue smokey eye with Mary Greenwell

June 12th 2015 / Hanna Ibraheem / 3 comments

Makeup artist Mary Greenwell shows you how to achieve one of this year’s hottest trends: a blue smokey eye...

Makeup legend Mary Greenwell her top tips to achieving a modern take on a beauty classic; the blue smokey eye...

Want to try this look? Mary used:

Les 4 Ombres Multi-Effect Quadra Eyeshadow in Tissé Jazz, £40

Angled Brow Brush, £20

Contour Shadow Brush, £19

Ligne Graphique Liquid Eyeliner Intensity Definition in Dream Blue, £26

Le Volume de Chanel Ultra Noir, £25

Crayons Sourcils Sculpting Eyebrow Pencil in Blond Clair 10, £19

Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Colour Stick in N°21, £29

Illusion D'Ombre Long Wear Luminous Eyeshadow in Mysterio, £25

Rouge Coco Hydrating Crème Lip Colour in Louise (N°400), £25


Hair by Leigh Keates at Premier Hair and Makeup

Model: Louisa Facchino-Stack at Select Model Management

Director: Susannah Taylor

Beauty Assistant: Hanna Ibraheem

Production and filming by Pocket Motion Pictures

Louise wears Chanel Cruise 15 collection dress.

Disclaimer: Produced in partnership with Chanel.

Join the conversation

  • jane
  • January 3rd 2016

Fantastic look, but what if you are much older and you have very uneven and sun damaged skin?

Your comments would be appreciated.

  • charlotte
  • June 25th 2015

Love this look so much I went the same day to Chanel to buy the eye palette....sadly they don't stock the Tisse Jazz in Asia! Totally gutted but will have to hope it's still available on my next trip to the UK!

  • Fiona
  • June 14th 2015

Such a beautiful look. For older skin what products would you use to prep the skin so that the shadow doesn't crease? When I layer shadows I find they have a tendency to clog together along the eyelid crease within a couple of hours. Not such a beautiful look!

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