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How To Recreate Bella Hadid's Dramatic Smoky Eye

The supermodel is Halloween ready with this gothic beauty look

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27 September 2018

How To Create Bella Hadid's Dramatic Smoky Eye

Image credit: Instagram @bellahadid

How does she do it? If you want to re-create Bella Hadid’s beauty with the smokiest smoky eye we ever did see, listen up and take note!

Bella Hadid set the mood for the Chrome Hearts party during Paris Fashion Week as gothic chic. Dressed in a sheer panelled strapless Alexandre Vauthier black dress with a leopard print handbag and layered chains around her neck, the supermodel exuded dark romance in a look we’re already noting for Halloween.

But, the most dramatic element to Bella’s party look was definitely her smoky eye created by makeup artist Hung Vanngo. The bold shadow and thick black liner were highlighted with a metallic shimmer that set Paris alight –as we uncover how to create the daring smoky eye.

Bella Hadid at Chrome Hearts party during PFW

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Bella Hadid is the face of Dior Makeup –so let’s assume her beauty look was courtesy of the luxe brand. Dior’s Provoke palette is perfect for metallic silver shades, smoky greys and slate hues, which would create Bella’s ultimate smoky eye. But no matter what dark palette you are using, it’s all about the technique –here’s how it’s done…

  • Apply your eye makeup first, it could get messy so you need to be able to wipe away the smoke and shadow before applying concealer and foundation etc.
  • Swipe a silver shade from the inner corner to the middle of the eyelid.
  • Use a smoky grey and one other similar shade to blend and define.
  • Use a sponge applicator tool (that comes in most palettes) to create a rounded smoky eye effect.
Dior Provoke Palette
  • Do this by applying plenty of eyeshadow onto the sponge tip, before pressing it where you want the wing of the shadow to fall.
  • Repeat until you build the intensity desired.
  • Ditch the sponge and blend the eyeshadow to connect the look together.
  • Use a dense powder brush for the lower lash line.