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Make Your Eyes Look Bigger

Make Your Eyes Look Bigger

Tips to Make Your Eyes Look Bigger

Our eyes are the most important feature of the face. There are a few Best Tips to Make Your Eyes Look Bigger and appear much larger, than how they naturally look. With only the few basic techniques, the power of make-up, and how you make the most of it.

Best Tips to Make Your Eyes Look Bigger

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Before you tweeze, use a beige pencil to color over the hairs you want to remove. This takes the guesswork out of grooming and prevents you from over-plucking.
Twin shades
Using two different eye shadow shades from the same color family creates instant dimension on your lids.

eye shape

To appear more doe-eyed, concentrate color at the middle of the lash lines, You can apply a thicker line on the top lashes and fade it out to the sides, but keep the color focused on the highest and lowest points to emphasize the widest section of your eye shape.

blue eyeliner
Experiment with blue-hued eyeliner. The cooler tones will make the whites of your eyes appear brighter.

curl your lashes
When you curl your lashes, start at the root of your lash and gently pulse the curler shut three times. Then, move the curler half way up the length of your eye lashes and repeat. This will ensure that you’ll get a natural curl, instead of a funky crimp.

use light colors
Especially if you’re wearing glasses, use light colors on your lids to draw attention to the shape of  your eyes.
smoky eye
If you think smoky eye makeup makes your eye area appear smaller, experiment with brighter shades to get an exaggerated look without the moody side effects.
pink concealers
Use peachy, pink concealers, instead of yellow-based ones, to erase under-eye circles. The orange undertones are better for camouflaging blue tones.
eye shadow
A great eye-opening trick is to apply a light color eye shadow on the base of your eyelid and a darker color at the crease. This adds dimension to you face.
brush strokes
When applying shadow in the crease, extend your brush strokes up towards the contour of the brow bone to illuminate the curve of your profile.

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