Second subject line: How to get Suki Waterhouse’s killer smokey eye
The final two episodes of Daisy Jones and the Six dropped last week, and we can’t be the only ones who are now fantasizing about being 1970s rock chicks with deeply dysfunctional relationships, a closet full of floaty kaftans, and a smokey eye that seduces at 200 paces?
OK, maybe not that first one.
The TV series, based on the book by Taylor Jenkins Reid, based loosely on the relationship between Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham has the internet obsessing not just over the music of Fleetwood Mac all over again, but the bold trend of Suki Waterhouse’s sultry 70s eye make-up.
To achieve the look, first you need the perfect base. We use this one by Amazing Cosmetics, which doesn’t just smooth lines for a flawless finish, but contains a powerful, concentrated blend of peptides, ceramides and botanicals to help firm and hydrate the skin, delivering proven results. 100% of users said they’d recommend it to their friends
From there, we go straight to Dome Beauty’s Blackout Eyeliner, which does everything from a finely defined cat eye to a sexy, smoky shading. The silky smooth application delivers adjustable coverage for day or night, is super-simple to apply, and is sweat proof - even after the most intense sold-out gig at Madison Square Garden.
Finish with the blackest of black lashes. Our current go-to mascara, from Sappho New Paradigm, gives us intense, lusciously long lashes that don’t smudge, with a vegan formula, and a silicone wand that separates each lash. Build from light to dramatic. - then simply wash it off with water.
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