Alicia Keys stepped out in Paris recently looking tres chic in all black wearing an updo and rocking smoky blue eyes. Her look is perfect for a Fierce Friday Night.
Get Alicia’s Look in 5 steps:
1. Glowing Skin
A perfect blend of skincare and makeup that helps control oil-breakthrough and gives skin a sheer hint of color for a healthy, natural glow.
2. Sheer Cheek Color
Try: BECCA Beach Tint in Grapefruit $25
A créme stain that tints lips and cheeks with a natural wash of color.
3. Groomed Brows
Try: Milani Easy Brow Mechanical Pencil $3.99
On one end: Buildable, water-resistant color that lets you fill in and intensify. On the other end: Aspecially designed brush that neatens and blends. Bonus: The automatic tip means you can skip the sharpening.
4. Blue Smoky Eyes
Start with an eye primer so that shadow stays in place. Then apply blue shadow from lash line to crease on upper lid, winging out toward the temple. Add blue shadow to the lower lash line. Line upper lash line with black liner and the lower lid in the rim with black pencil. Finish with mascara.
Try: Buxom Stick Around™ Eye Primer $20
A long-lasting eye primer fully committed to crease-free lids.
(Sky- matte soft Blue/ Nocturnal- deep navy with cobalt blue pearl/ Steel- Mid-tone silver blue with silver pearl.)A color-coordinated eye shadow trio.
Try: Tarte the Tarteist Clay Paint Liner $24
An innovative, waterproof cream eyeliner with a unique blending tip that is inspired by an artist’spalette.
An eye pencil with a new technique to enhance the smoky eye look.
Try: Rimmel London Wonder’Lash Mascara $8.49
Formula with argan oil smoothens lashes with zero clump, feather-light volume. Lashes feel conditioned, soft and flexible.
5. Nude Lips
A high-shine lip lacquer in covetable shades with lasting brilliance
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