Top 10 Easiest Makeup Tutorials For Busy Ladies

Are you one of those ladies that don’t really have one hour in the day to spare standing in front of the mirror and making sure every detail about the makeup is perfect? Well, we assure you that you are not the only one that lives that kind of fast life, so we know that every minute is important for you and you want to get the most of it.

And, for that matter we have one simple solution, put your timer up, and go trough this 10 time-saving different looks you can try. They are simple to re-create, and you don’t need to have professional makeup skills or loose many hours trying to figure out how to make your daily makeup. You can combine them with almost anything, and there are looks that will suit every situation. No matter if you are going to work or to have fun, day or night, this are the looks that we think are the easiest and the best ones for those busy ladies that want to get everything on time. Don’t hesitate to give them a try!

1. Navy Smoky Eye



Spice up the things a little by adding a navy color to your smoky eye look. The easiest way to do smoky eye is to put the white shadow first as a base, then line the lash line with black eye pencil, and smoke that like with that beautiful blue color, and go along with the blending on the crease.

2. Sparkly Smoky Eyes



Little sparkles won’t be wrong once in a while, so if you are trying to get ready for some special night in a very short time, keep this easy in mind, and look gorgeous in seconds. Get gray or brownish shades of sparkly eyeshadow and color the whole eye, following the instructions on the picture.

3. Easiest Smoky Eyes Tutorial



Another simple method to create smoky eyes is to color the eyelid with bold black eyeliner, and then shade with the eyeshadow you want on top of it, so it blends nicely and captures that smudgy smoky effect.

4. Eye Enlarging Tutorial



This is a day time look that will make your eyes pop with a few makeup brush motions. The brown shadow on the lash line will make your look more natural and soft, but will open the eyes on the same way that the black can. Apply white eyeshadow all over the lid, blend the crease with a nude earth color, and apply the brown with a thin brush creating a soft cat eye line on the ends.

5. Easy Trick For Brown Smoky Eyes



We all know how to draw a hashtag sign, so lets use that to create this simple smoky eye hack that will save you a lot of time. Take your brown eye pencil and draw that shape on the outer corner on outer corner on the eye, and then gently blend with your fingers. The next step is to coat the lashes with mascara.

6. Deep Crease



With this makeup look you will also make your eyes pop, because the white and the grey work great together when they are paired in this way. This easy-to-follow tutorial will make it even easier for you. The important thing is not to use any eye liner or pencil at all, and just focus on enhancing the eyelashes.

7. Smudged Eyeliner Trick



The faded eyeliner look is so chick this season, so here is one smart cheat on how to make it faster and with less struggling. Apply usual coat of eyeliner, and above it with brown eye pencil draw a following line. Then get the brush and fade the harsh lines that were left.

8. Eye Popping Natural Makeup



A little gold won’t do nothing wrong, but the contrary, it can only enhance your eyes. So the next time you want to create a natural day look, try lining the lower lash line with gold eye liner or shadow, for that healthy glow. Leave the upper lid with some earth brownish tone and one coat of mascara.

9. Soft Bronze Look



Feminine soft look with bronze tones, that will brighten up your whole face. The outer corner is gently blended with brownish bronze color, and in the inner corner and the tear dot goes light gold or shimmery cream eyeshadow.

10. Shimmering Neutral Eyes



For this look you will be needing only one shade of shimmering brown shadow, which is applied on the whole lid, and after that line the eyes with thin eyeliner, and finish off with mascara.

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