Red Smokey Eye With Glowing Skin – Nicole Guerrieo GloKit

Here is a make-up tutorial on how to get this Red Smokey eye with Glowing skin, using the Nicole Guerrieo GloKit by Anastasia of Beverly Hills. Continue to read to see how I created this look!

Products used

L’Oreal Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer

Hourglass Vanish Stick Foundation in Alabaster

Tarte Shape Tape in Fair

Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder

Wet n Wild Mega Cushion Contour

Physician’s Formula Butter Bronzer

Physician’s Formula Butter Blush in Plum Rose

Anastasia Modern Renaissance Palette

Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-Eye Pencil in Whiskey

Wet n Wild Lash Renegade Mascara

Anastasia x Nicole Guerrieo GlowKit Shades Forever Young and Forever Lit

Huda Beauty Liquid Matte Lipstick in Bombshell

Milani Make it Last Setting Spray

The idea behind the look

For my eyes, I used the Modern Renaissance Palette, which has wonderful creamy eye shadows in these lovely rose toned shades. I used the shades Burnt Orange, Cyprus Umber, Realgar, Red Ochre, and Vermeer.

For my face, I used the Hourglass Vanish Stick Foundation, then the Tarte Shape Tape Concealer. When I use both of these products, I get the best full coverage look for my skin. After, I went in with a neutral blush, and finally topped it off with the Nicole Guerrieo GloKit by Anastasia of Beverly Hills. Resulting in fabulous glowing skin!

A red smokey eye has become a very trend for these past few months! Though red shadows might appear to be intimidating to most, it is actually very flattering on all skin types when done right. The key is to keep the red shadow low, and to blend it out evenly. Keep natural brown and nude shades in the crease, and pack on the red on the lid. Red shadow when buffed out under the water line is a fantastic way to wear it as well. The best thing to do is to play around with these shades at home – you will be so glad that you did!


2 thoughts on “Red Smokey Eye With Glowing Skin – Nicole Guerrieo GloKit

  1. Hi Abbey,
    It looks really cool. I used to sell eye shadow before but I have no idea red shadow can be that cool. I’ll definitely share this with my friends as they would love to try out. I think it would be cool if you can make a video explaining step by step on how to do it,

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