How do I make my eyes look bigger? — this is a question that most of us ask ourselves daily. While curling your lashes, applying mascara and using a brightening concealer are some of the best ways to make your eyes look bigger, you’d be happy to know that there’s another, much easier way too.
Puppy eyeliner, the latest K-beauty trend doing the rounds on Instagram, is honestly one of the easiest and most fun K-beauty trends we’ve come across recently. Inspired by those adorable puppy eyes that can melt hearts, you can recreate this look in absolutely no time. This trend aims to make your eyes look bigger, rounder and more youthful by a simple flick of eyeliner. It really doesn’t get easier than this and is totally perfect for lazy girls and makeup newbies too.
Scroll down for a step-by-step guide on how to recreate this puppy eyeliner look. we promise you’re going to love it!
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Step 01: After completing your base makeup, take a matte nude eyeshadow from the Lakmé Absolute Infinity Eye Shadow Palette - Soft Nudes and apply it all over your eyelid. This will help cancel out any discolouration, but make sure to blend it to eliminate any harsh edges.
Step 02: Next, using the Lakmé Eyeconic Liner Pen Fine Tip - Deep Black, draw a thin flick of eyeliner starting from your inner eye corner and bring it to the outer corner. But instead of creating an upward wing, simply follow your natural eye shape and draw the liner downwards. The felt tip applicator of this eyeliner offers max ease of use and makes drawing precise lines so simple.
Step 03: Next, curl your lashes using an eyelash curler. Define your lashes and make them peepers look bigger by applying at least two generous coats of the Lakmé Eyeconic Curling Mascara.
And voila! This simple eye makeup look is ready. You can further enhance your eyes by either adding some shimmery eyeshadow for a little more glam or switch up a basic black eyeliner with a coloured one for a more experimental look; the options are endless!
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