Eyes are a girl’s most expressive and beautiful feature. And almost every girl’s eyes are of a different shape and size. From Almond eyes to hooded eyes; there are multiple eye shapes and there are different kinds of eye makeup for each! A smokey eye might look like a bomb on one, while it might look unflattering on the other.
Which is why, we’ve broadly divided the eye shapes into 3 basic categories.
Here are different eye makeup tips for girls with different eye shapes. Just follow these simple yet on-point eye makeup tips to ace those perfect eyes...
#1 Round Eyes
Round eyes are easy to dress up, as they always look bright and wide awake.
The right way to wear an eyeshadow for round eyes is by going with a smokey and dark coloured outer corner.
Apply a bright highlighting shade on your inner corners and on the brow bone.
For the eyeliner, always go for a straight cat eye look as it would compliment your eyes the most. Fluffy, dense lashes are a great pick for you!
#2 Hooded Eyes
Those with hooded eyes, have a pronounced brow bone but very less space for the eyelids. Since you have a smaller lid, there is no need to highlight them too much. It won’t be visible anyway.
Apply a dark shade on your outer corner and in the crease, to make it prominent and give an illusion of bigger eyes. Try to wear a winged eyeliner as it would define your eyes more. Avoid wearing false lashes as they would hide your eyelids even more.
#3 Almond Eyes
Consider yourself blessed if you have almond shaped eyes, that is —slightly upswept from the outer corner. You’ve got the best eyes and you definitely don’t need to put a lot of effort into doing your eye makeup. Just mimic the shape of your own eye while applying your eyeshadow.
Highlight your inner corner and brow bone. Go for a winged eyeliner as it would compliment you the most. You can top your makeup off by wearing some falsies, it’ll look bomb!
#4 Drooping Eyes
You’ve got drooping eyes if your eyes slightly droop from the outer corners. If this is the case, use metallic or shimmery shades that will distract the attention of your droopy eyes.
You can even go for neutrals and medium shades instead. Highlight your brow bone and inner corner to make your eyes look less droopy. Avoid picking a black eyeliner though, as they are quite harsh. Also, keep your eyeliner very thick and go for an upward wing.
Falsies are a must for droopy eyes as they take away all the attention from the droopy effect and make your eyes look more lively!