The key to this look is the graphic eye, which consists of light, neutral shadow (Lopez used the lighter side of the Portobello Duo Eyeshadow), followed by black smudgy liner topped off with dark shadow in the crease. To up the drama factor, dark liner is drawn along the lash line and winged slightly out past the end of the eye. Underneath the eye, he applied black powder shadow, starting at the middle of the lash line and extending out past the end of the eye. White liner on the inner waterline and a dab of shimmering shadow on the inner corners kept the eyes from looking too closed and dark.
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