How To Get The Perfect Summer Smoky Eye
Our Beauty Muse: Debbie Harry
We will always back a classic grey and black palette, but why not try something new that will get you noticed this weekend?
Debbie Harry. Photo: Getty Images.
Tip 1: Ditch The Black
Ditch black liner and dark, smoky shadows in favor of lighter, summer-friendly hues that are still evening relevant—think chocolate brown, shimmering bronze, deep navy or olive-colored eyeliner.
Tip 2: Find The Best Hue For You
Pick a palette that will complement your eye color. Utilize both darker and lighter shadows from your compact to create depth and dramatic contrast.
Tip 3: Make It Messy
Once you've applied eyeshadow and liner, smudge it up! Blend bottom liner under and around your lash line with darker shadow shades to complete a sultry, Debbie-inspired look
In honor of her birthday today, we’re showing you how to adapt Debbie Harry’s iconic smoky eye for summer. Click through for 5 tips to master the Blondie frontwoman’s spot-on glamour.