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Different Eye Shapes Makeup

Different Eye Shapes Makeup

Different Eye Shapes Makeup

It is very important to know your natural eye shape. It’s as important as finding the most suitable colors for your lids. Different eye shapes will require different techniques to apply eye shadow and liner will help you better translate trends suitable for your face. Here are some tips and tricks for different eye shapes makeup. Which will help to make the most of your peepers!

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Close-Set Eyes

For a small or close set eye here’s how to make your eyes look larger or farther apart: Start by applying a lighter but reflective shadow the inner three-quarters of lid. Now use a dark shadow from lash line to crease at the outer corner. Apply an extra coat of mascara only on the outermost lashes. Make sure to limit dark liner to the outer corner of your eye (top and bottom). Finally line the inner rims with a beige pencil; it will open up your eyes which will make them seem larger.

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Monolids

Some of us don’t have a crease, in that case depth could be lend to eyes by applying a dark color at the lash line and a lighter shade right above it and up to just below brow bone. The lower portion of the top lid is hidden, so thin strokes of liner can disappear. Finally look at yourself straight on to decide thickness of the liner and shadow.

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Wide-Set Eyes

Use darker color to draw your eyes in slightly and extra mascara at your inner corner which is near the tear duct.  From middle of the lid to the outer edge apply lighter shade. Accentuating the inner half of your crease and gradually fading the color out as you cross the lid can help too.

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Hooded Eyes

If upper lid droops, it will veil the skin covering eyeballs. In this case don’t use light color on that hooded portion because if you do it will magnify it. Start with brushing a base color from lash line to crease. Apply a darker shadow over it; blend the color over your upper lid and sweeping it along your lower lash line.





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