When doing your foundation and concealer, include your eyes. People with thinner skin should especially remember to do this because otherwise the veins will show and dark circles will show. This creates a sort of “blank canvas”.
Line your eyes with a dark brown eyeliner (or black if you have a darker skin tone or are doing evening/party make up). The liner should be thin near the inner corners and get gradually wider as you reach the outer edge.
Choosing eyeshadow color. To play up your eye color, choose a shade opposite of your eye color. For example, if you have dark brown eyes, use royal blue, navy, or purple. If you have blue eyes, use a medium brown. Plum actually looks very good as well. Don’t use red. That’s obvious. And be careful with pink; frosty pink looks the best. With green eyes, blue and purple really bring out the color.
Of course, for a more natural look, just use a shimmery, neutral shade, with a darker version of the color in the creases out to the outer edges.
No matter what you eye color or shape is, at the end, curl your eyelashes. This makes them look longer, and you look more awake. Also remember to apply black mascara.
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