Silver can be a tricky shade to incorporate in eye makeup, too little and it may go unnoticed, too much of it and you may end up looking like a disco ball. If you bought a silver eye shadow or eyeliner and haven’t used it because you don’t know how to, this will be an interesting read for you. The question is, are you bold enough to try them all? Let’s find out…
- Floating silver eyeliner
- Silver double eyeliner
- Hints of silver eyeliner
- Silver smokey eye
- Silver inner corners
Floating silver eyeliner
Skip your regular eyeliner for a stunning and smooth line of silver floating eyeliner. To make the look really pop out, use dark and bold eye shadow shades underneath such as maroon, dark green or royal blue.
Silver double eyeliner
As a silver eye makeup newbie this is probably the most stylish, easy and safe way to venture your way into the silver eye look world. Simply apply a thin and smooth line of your favourite black eyeliner and draw a neat line of the silver eyeliner on top of it to get the silver double eyeliner look.
Hints of silver eyeliner
Can’t choose between the floating eyeliner and double eyeliner look? Get them both! However, make your floating eyeliner a little shorter to ensure you don’t go overboard.
Silver smokey eye
Finally aced the smokey eye look, thanks to our tutorials? That’s what we are here for! Add a hint of silver eye pigment to your regular smokey eye look and up your party makeup by several notches.
Silver inner corners
This works particularly well for those with hooded eyes. Make your eyes look bigger, awake and fresh in minutes by using this trick. Take some silver pigment from your eye shadow palette and place it on the inner corner of your eyes to recreate this look.
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