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  • Isabel Garcia

    Gray Smokey Eye (more subtle than a black smoky eye)

  • Meggan Vaughn

    Grey Smokey eye with brown liner for green eyes. Less harsh than your black smokey eyes that don't play up your eye color.

  • Yvonne Scott

    Make Up For Ever gray smokey eye

  • Emilie Keane

    eye makeup, grey smokey eye, green eyes, lashes, eye shadow

  • Candice H

    Gray Smokey Eye for hazel eyes

  • Rebecka Soliz

    Pretty gray smokey eye for green eyes I usually don't wear a lot of eye makeup like this but I will if I'm gonna go out or something I usually go neutral for school but this would be cool for like dinner out or a school dance

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