Wednesday, June 26, 2013

How to get the look of severine in skyfall 007

Hey “BD beauties”!

This is a look that I had done a while ago but was just too lazy to edit but finally did today! It’s a look from the movie skyfall 007. You would have seen recreations of this from many beauty blogger but this is my version of it. It’s one of the easiest look for night time and yet remains classy and goes with the retro theme that she carried in the movie. So let’s get started!

Step 1
Prime your eyes as usual and apply a black kohl all over the lid and smudge it really well making it less pigmented. Over that apply a matte or pear finished greyish purple. This is a lovely colour for night time without going all extreme with black.

Step 2
Pick up a medium brown shade on a fluffy blending brush and blend the harsh edges.

Step 3
Highlight the brow bone with a matte cream shade.

Line the upper lash line and lower lash line including the waterline with black eyeliner.

Step 5
Smudge the upper liner with a pencil brush. This method gives the eyes more of a sultry look.

Step 6
Add on some falsies!

I would say this is one of the simplest yet glamorous looks to wear for a night time event. In this look she also had a deep burgundy shade of lipstick. Hope you enjoyed this quickee!!

Xoxo Jeeshan


  1. Wow! This look is a stunner i just look ur makeup <3

  2. wow gorgeous!!! :)

  3. love your looks.... they are just amazing

  4. Gorgeous! Such a sexy and sultry makeup look. I'm not very good at makeup, but I'm going to have to try this next time I go out : )


  5. You have a nice blog. Do you want to follow each other in Google friend connect? Just follow me and I will follow you back :) We could add each other in our Google+ circles as well if you want. :)

  6. awesome..

    - Janine


Thank you all for appreciating and giving me your comments! it does give me a huge encouragement to keep blogging :)

xx Jeeshan

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