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SO many girl ask me how to do this. I start in the middle, making small strokes out, then make a line up to the end of my brow and bring it back down, making a tiny triangle. Fill in the tiny triangle and then make little strokes in and then from the inner corner to the middle so its all smoothed out.

Today's Look : "Make a Change" -Linda Hallberg ( a beautiful smokey eye with a pop of teal or is it cerulean blue? eyeliner in the lower lashline. Perfect for summer!)06/26/13

Kieko lynn is so great - her tutorials are awesome. Check out her website if you haven't before!

Brown Fade eyeshadow from Keiko Lynn. Might be my NYE look?

Step by step - looks great on green eyes! Also Hazel eyes would pop...use more of a violet or blue for brown eyes... avoid brown shadows on brown eyes, makes them look tired and really does them no favors.

Classic and Simple Smokey Eye: Neutral cream base for lid and brow bone. Gray for crease, be sure to blend well. Add second darker gray or black to add depth to crease, again blend well. Line the eye with a black liquid or pot liner. Finish with a dusting of highlighter and line inner rims with a white pencil. This look has some glitter thrown in as well. Fin!

White liner in the waterline really makes eyes POP. I love using it

Here at TBD, we try to break down looks to make them as simple as possible. Here's step 1... Click on the picture to see the rest of the steps and revamp your cat eye!