[ smoh-kee ahy ]
/ ˈsmoʊ ki ˌaɪ /
Often smok·y eyes. a style of eye makeup application in which dark eyeshadow is applied to the top and bottom eyelids and blended for a dramatic effect (often used attributively): the perfect smoky eye; gorgeous smoky eyes; a dreamy smoky eye look.
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Also smok·ey eye.
Origin of smoky eye
First recorded in 2005–10
Words nearby smoky eye
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