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Learn With Me to Applying Eye Makeup

Learn With Me to Applying Eye Makeup

By daniele

You do not know this but, as a female person, I not really interested in makeup. (I lost that part of my life or the actualization did not come to me) but the truth is I like to know the basic things and pay to do it in special occasions. So, please join me to understand step by step how to do it! I really appreciated this. 

Today we are going to be focused on the eye makeup, to me the most difficult one. Because you need to pay attention to the colors of the shadows according to your eye color and your skin color, the eyeliner, have the brushes and known how to use and where use it.

So, here are the 5-step guide to know exactly handle all those eyeliners, mascaras, and shadows:

  • Great Makeup Brushes 

To make an excellent piece of art, it is important to have the ideal tools. So, we need to invest a few good cosmetic brushes for even, precise, and hygienic makeup application. And no is necessary to dropping an entire paycheck.

It was found that synthetic brushes are almost always chosen preferable to their natural-fiber counterparts, and they are more affordable, easier to clean and allergy-friendly.

  • The Cats Tongue Eyeshadow Brush

This soft angled eyeshadow brush is the perfect size for creating an accurate application, but also soft enough to create a blended finish.

  • The Blending Brush

A perfect choice for beginner to get the seamlessly perfect blended look. This eye makeup brush can bluff, blend and highlight colors in no time. This eye makeup brush beautifully blends and finishes a look without any harsh lines.

  • The Bevel Eyeshadow Brush

They look similar to angled brushes, but comes with a little longer corner. It is the perfect brush for drawing dramatic wings using liquid or gel eyeliners. You can also try different eyeliner looks and styles with this.

  • A Base Eyeshadow 

Using the cat tongue eyeshadow brush, using your favorite eyeshadow palette and sweep your favorite base shade on your eyelid.

It depends on the look you are going for; you can bring this base color all the way up to your brow bone in preparation for a more dramatic smoky eye. Or you can stop at the crease of your eye for a basic, everyday look.

A foolproof trick for the latter case is: place the color into the crease of your eye when your eyes are open, and work down toward the lash line. That way, you’ll never overshoot your crease or end up with messy lines.

  • Start with 4 basic shades

For beginners as me, we need to start with 4 basic shades to pull off an everyday natural look. You need a highlighter that is a shade lighter than your skin tone, a matte mid-tone shade, a contour shade that is 2-3 shades darker than the skin and a matte black shade.

  • Concentrate darker shadow in the eye crease.

I read that dark colors attract light, so placing a darker tone of shadow in the crease of the eye makes us eyes pop by adding depth and dimension in the exact right spot.

So, first at all to get the look, we need a lot of time and patience because take time and practice to do it in a perfect way. Then dip a domed the blending brush into a dark shadow and sweep it right along the eye socket, following the shape of your eye between your brow bone and eyelid.

And if you have hooded eyes like me, our upper lid covers most of your mobile lid when our eyes are open. That means we will have to play with different, higher placements for crease shadow, because sadly if we simply apply along the eye socket, the color will disappear when you open your eyes. Instead, we need to start with our eyes open and use the brush to mark where we want that dark color to start in order to be visible. Then, close our eyes and blend across, smoothing out any hard lines and focusing pigment on the outermost corner of the eye in a “V” shape.

  • Rim your lash lines in a super-dark color.

Eyeliner that it is applied correctly can make our lashes look thicker. Use a bevel eyeshadow brush to press the dark color along the edges of your upper eyelid where your eyelashes begin, and along the lower lash line.

If you like to wear liner on your waterline, the bristles might irritate your eye so you can trace this line with a waterproof eyeliner. Or, if you are not a huge fan of eyeliner, you can get a similarly impactful look with a super-dark eyeshadow.

  • To end highlight with a pretty shimmery shadow.

To make our brows pop and add lift by adding a shimmery pale eyeshadow or pencil directly under the brow. Add the same pearly light color to the inner corner of the eye to brighten things up, too. Finish with a few coats of mascara, and you are good to go.

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