Eye makeup is an art,and it has nothing to do with your face. It instantly changes your overall appearance, making you look fierce and beautiful. All you need to do to master the art of flawless eye makeup is practice, understanding the right shade and some basic techniques.
Trust us, you don't need to be a master to match eye makeup correctly, start small and then practice until you can blend it like your favorite beauty blogger!The eye makeup starter kit will only include a palette with almost no shadows, a small eye makeup brush, a mascara, and a pair of false eyelashes.
Step 1: Apply eye primer
We insist that you always use eye primer! The eye makeup helps to provide a smooth surface to the makeup, making it glide easily. Apply a small amount of eye primer and let it dry, then use an eye shadow base to provide a good base makeup for your shadow, if you don't have an eye shadow base makeup, you can also use foundation or concealer.
Step 2: Choose the basic shade
First of all, it is important to start eye makeup from basic shades. Once you master these, you will always be crazy about color and glitter. Choosing shades that can be used to create a casual everyday look, you will need a highlighter-a shade that can lighten skin tones, add mid-tones of color to your eyes, darker than your skin tone, and slightly black for added clarity.
Step 3: Use the eye shadow brush
Starting with the lightest shade, slide the eye shadow brush from the inner corner of the eye to the eyelid, and then stretch it outward. The inner corner of the eyelid is always the starting point for applying eye makeup.
Step 4: Time to color pop the bottom lash line
Now when your eye makeup on the eyelids is done, it’s time to move to the lower lash line. Take a tiny amount of mid-tone shade on the brush, starting from outward glide the brush inward until it meets the highlighting shade, the lighter shade that you applied first. You can even add a touch of kohl close to the waterline of your lower lash for added drama.
Step 5: Eyeliner&Mascara
Your eye makeup is all set to turn quite some heads, just some last fixes and you’ll fall deeply for the art of eye makeup. Use eyeliner to add more definition and shape to your eyes and finish the look by using a nice mascara to add length and volume to your lashes.
Step 6: Lashes!
You can also use false eyelashes if you want to go for an extra dramatic look.
As you can see, this basic natural eye makeup is very simple, and with some practice, you can master it. When you are done, mixing colors and creating a new look will be as easy as eating a pie!