Tips how to apply makeup to eyes


Eyes are the most common to attract somebody you to. You can make you look larger and more expressive. Just fill the brow in with an eye shadow powder and eyebrow brush. It's best to choose a shade that matches the hair color. You can apply it with a small, hard brush that's flat and angled at tip.

Makeup tips for different types of eyes

Apply shadow first to the most populated area of the brow to avoid laying down too much color. Finish by combing the brows with a toothbrush. If too much color is applied, soften by applying a bit of loose face powder in your correct shade with a powder puff. Use dark shades to create depth and light colors to make features stand out. Use blush, eye shadow, lip liner, and contour to reshape your face. Unless you are going for a very dramatic look, less is more. For different type of eyes there are various ways to express it up:

1. For eye lining: Using a sharpened Eye pencil to draw a thin line around the lash makes the lashes appear thicker. Hold outside corner of eye with the finger tip to apply. A thicker line will add drama. Be sure to blend the line with a wedge sponge or Q Tip to soften. If there are dark shadows under the eyes avoid lining the bottom. Begin the lash from the outer corner toward where the lashes end going towards the nose. Connect inner of eye to lash line by drawing on the inside edge of the skin. Smudge lines with a wedge sponge or Q-tip.
2. To enlarge small eyes: Start at the outer corner of the eye with medium tone eye color. Set shape by angling slightly upward. Apply eye color on entire eyelid as far as crease, blending outward. Softly blend darkest color in crease and at outer corner of eye. Line upper lid at lash line from inner corner to outer corner. Line lower lid under lashes on outer corner only. About one third of eye from outer corner then apply the mascara.

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