Thursday, June 27, 2013

"Rose Coquette" Flirty Smokey Eye

Salut mes belles!! It's time for another Lancome makeup look -- today, I'm going for a mix of flirty, sexy, and sultry with a twist of Diva on top. This "Rose Coquette" makeup look is easy to wear, takes only a few steps to achieve, plus it's flattering on all eye shapes and colors! Read on for my "pictorial-tutorial" step-by-step to learn about all the products, tools and techniques to help you get this pretty-in-pink makeup look :))

Read more for deets, tips & how-to!

Lancome Alber Elbaz LE Collection
If you aren't already obsessed with Lancome's amazing grade-A shadow palettes, luxurious mascaras and sleek, sophisticated packaging, there's now even more reason to swoon! This Summer, Lancome has teamed up with legendary designer Alber Elbaz to create a Limited Edition Lancome Show Collection featuring four of the brand's best-selling mascaras and Color Design 5 Shadow & Liner Palettes redesigned with collectable designer couture illustrated cases. Elbaz also added the ultimate accessory -- a line of false lashes in a whimsical case to complete his first-ever makeup collection.
For today's look, I'm using Lancome Show by Alber Elbaz Color Design 5 Shadow & Liner Palette in Rose Coquette, plus Lancome Show Hypnose Star Mascara and Lancome Le Crayon Kohl in Black Coffee.


Other Products Used:

"Rose Coquette" Smokey Pictorial-Tutorial
  1. Apply your primer and allow a few seconds for it to set. Line the entire eye with Lancome's soft kohl pencil in Black Coffee and outline the crease or where you want your crease to appear. To enhance my flatter eyes and low crease, I trace the shape a few mm's above my natural fold. Use the side of the pencil to thicken the shape and blend the color into the skin using your finger or a sponge applicator.
  2. With Lancome's #16 blending brush, apply the matte brown eyeshadow on top of the pencil, and blend out any harsh lines using small circular motions. This step dramatically enlarges the eyes.
  3. Apply the lightest pearl color to your brow bone using Lancome #13 brush and continue to blend any harsh edges.
  4. Using Lancome's #11 shadow brush, pat the pink shadow all over the empty space of the lid and highlight the inner corner. Flip over the brush and add the sparkly bronze shade to the outer third of the lid.
  5. Deepen the outer-v of the eye using the darkest shade in the palette on the #16 brush. Add the same shade to the outer third of the lower lash line.
  6. Curl your lashes and apply Lancome's Hypnose Star Mascara. Optional: Line the waterline with the Black Coffee kohl pencil to bring out the eyes -- this trick makes brown and hazel eyes look brighter and richer. 


On my FACE, I'm wearing:

On my LIPS, I'm wearing:

Pink Winks & Smooches ;)) xx


Maryam Maquillage


*Some product/s in this post were provided for my consideration and review. The opinion stated is 100% my own.

Maryam Maquillage © 2013.


  1. Beautiful eyes and I really enjoyed your tutorial. Thank you!!
    Cynthia B.

  2. Maryam you look hawt! and I love the rose look with a wing, so perfect <3

  3. Loved the tutorial! Beautiful look ^_^

  4. such a pretty look! :) wish u made more tutorials on youtube i love watching them :)

  5. Es que no se puede ser mas guapa y tener mas talento , eres preciosa admiraciĆ³n total por tu trabajo.besos

  6. Perfect! Loved it *-*

  7. Such a beautiful look! I love this, Maryam!

  8. You are amazing and the blog is great!

  9. beautiful makeup! and blog!

  10. Omg ! You look like a princess ! i mean this look on your eyes makes your full face lookin' great ! It highlights you entirely ! I don't know how to explain ! Loooove !
    Sania Nonyme

  11. Simply perfect. Could you make a tutorial for brows? How to have them perfect as you do?

  12. This make-up look is so pretty, love the pale pink. x

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