Getting the perfect eye look is like walking a tightrope very few have mastered. The eye area is small and delicate, yet creates the most lasting impression when done right! Perfecting any eye look requires a ton of practice and becoming a pro isn’t all that easy.
We’ve compiled a list of eyeshadow tricks that will help you ace the techniques required and take your eye game to a whole new level.
Just like your face, the skin on your eyelids need a base to sit on and grip the makeup, making it last longer. For this, start by applying an eyeshadow primer to your eyelids and wait for a minute, then start applying your eye makeup. This will make your eye makeup last longer and prevent it from settling into the creases.
Start with white eyeshadow
The key to making that eye really pop is to start by applying a white base. You can use a pencil eyeliner or a white eyeshadow as a base. Remember to blend it well before moving on to the shades you wish to experiment with. This simple trick will elevate your eye game like no other.
Consider your eye shape
While it’s great to watch YouTube tutorials and learn a few techniques off it, remember that every eye shape demands a different look to really stand out. What works for your favourite blogger may not necessarily work for you. For hooded eyes, blend your eyeshadow outwards to make the eyes look larger. Similarly, for round eyes apply a little highlighter below the brow bone to create the illusion of bigger eyes.
Play up the inner corner
The easiest way to achieve a simple yet stylish eye look is by accentuating the inner corner of the eyes. Apply a shimmery or a bright shade in the inner corners to make your eyes really pop. This simple trick will take your eye game up by several notches and make you looking trendy AF!
Ace the blending
Don’t be scared to try different colours in one look. Mix and match shades to create a more stylish look that blends seamlessly and looks stunning. Make sure you tap off excess product before applying to prevent fall out. Another way to get the application right is first pressing the product on your lid and then blending it out.
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