Eye makeup can define how natural or dramatic your look is. Whether you want to learn a process you can use every day or look stunning for a special occasion, proper application of eye makeup is a useful skill that can both impress your peers and help you look and feel your best.
Wash your whole face with a gentle cleanser before you begin, paying particular attention to any leftover mascara or eyeliner. Apply primer to your eyelids(optional). Primer or base smooths out your skin and gives the makeup something to stick to.
Apply concealer to dark under-eye circles and to the area where your inner eye meets your nose.Apply a medium color on your eyelid.Apply a medium color on your eyelid. Apply a dark color on your crease.
If you applied more than one color of eyeshadow, use your fingers or a fluffy, tapered blending brush to mix the colors a bit. This will create a more natural, cohesive look.
You can use liquid eyeliner, a liner pencil, or even wet eyeshadow on an angled brush to line your eyes. Use an eyelash curler to grip your upper lashes. Hold the clamp for about five seconds.
You can apply a little mascara or a lot, and there are many different brands and formulas for volume, length and definition. Start at the base of your upper lashes and slowly sweep upward. For a more dramatic effect, apply mascara to the lower lashes as well.
Work on specific techniques for applying eyeliner. Apply smoky eye shadow without eyeliner. Try a bright, rainbow-eye look. Add glitter to your eye shadow and eyeliner. Use eye makeup to accentuate your eyes and make them look bigger