Lets finally make it clear.
ALL ABOUT MAKE UP.
what you should put and where !!!
The makeup around your eyes can take off
your appearance, if it's just done properly.
In order not to get confused every time with eyeliner, shadows and where you should use each one, we give you the guide, that will show you the techniques step by step.
So, you do the right thing with the outmost fun.
Ready? Lets Start...
Brow Bone / Highlight: The area under the eyebrow
If you want to make your eyes look bigger and your eyes lighter, here you can put a matte or glossy gentle shade.
Crease: Ocular conch:
The area under the eyebrow and the upper lid is the known cap.
It is the perfect place to apply a darker shadow shade in order to give even more depth to your look.
This is where you put the main color shade, depending on the size of the area. (it varies from peson to person).You can you can play with different shades by mixing them.
Upper lash line:
The upper line of your lashes
At the roots of the eyelashes of the upper eyelid, you can put a pencil or apply gently and carefully some mascara with a brush. This will add extra intensity to the look.
The outer corner of the eye
Here you can apply a darker shade of the base shade that you put on your eyelid in a complete corner shape. Think that its like painting the symbol of inequality.
The lower eye line
If your goal is the smoky eye look, here is where you put black eyeliner. So, if you want something softer, you can apply eyeliner similar to your skin color. That will make your eyes look bigger and brighter.
The area under the eyelid
Here you can put nothing. If you wish to enhance the result you may apply some shade.
The inner corner of the eye
To complete your makeup, you should apply in this area a bright or iridescent shadow of light color, e.g. grey ice, soft white, even pale pink. It's the detail that makes the difference.