Natural eye makeup
If you're stuck in a rut by doing your makeup the same ol' boring way day in and day out - take this fresh, natural eye makeup approach. Whether you're a beginner or simply need a change in your makeup routine, you can learn from this valuable information.
One of the biggest secrets in the fashion industry is applying makeup to create a fresh and natural look. You need to know how to choose neutral colors and how to use the right techniques to accent and highlight everything just right. The result - a natural, beautiful look that’s perfect day or night!
You can get a natural eye makeup look all on its own but you don't get the full effect without foundation, blush and lipstick application. To complete your natural look be sure to keep your foundation light - use a mineral makeup or non-oily, light coverage foundation. If using concealer, be sure to blend well.
1- Start by applying your eyeliner. Start with eyeliner because you don’t want to try and apply it after you’ve dusted on your eye shadow. You can always touch it up after applying your eye shadow. Here, you have alot of variety as to how you want to apply it. There are many ways to get a natural look. The trick is to keep the application to a minimum - NO THICK LINES & KEEP THE LINER AS CLOSE TO THE LASH LINE AS POSSIBLE.
a- use 2 different colors of eyeliner - a dark color (ie. dark brown or black) & a lighter one. Line the inner third of of upper and lower eyelids with lighter color and remaining area with darker one. Using pencil eyeliners is the easiest method.
a-Apply a your lightest color from your eyelashes to your eyebrows. Brush up and away from the center of your face.
b- Now, the darkest color is applied to the crease. Blend the eye shadow really well and keep it narrower on the inside.
c- Lastly, apply your medium color from your eyelashes to the crease on the outside half of the upper eyelid and blend it in well with your light base color. Your brush strokes move in the direction of the inside corner of your eye.
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