Your eyes should be the focal point of your makeup. They are the first feature to be noticed than any other areas or places of a person’s face. The general rule of color: The darker the eye, the deeper the eye product. Darker skin tends to absorb color. Use rich eye colors like gold, deep grays, violet, copper, navy and browns. Light-eyed beauties should select light grays, ginger, khaki, and specific blues.
To achieve a simple polish look for eyes, choose three similar shades from lash lines to brow. First, apply the lightest shade from lash line to brow. Second, apply a medium shade from lash line to just above crease, and then use an eyeliner brush with a dark shadow to line around the lash line. And the final touch to your eye makeup is the lash. Try to always use an eyelash curler. It will make your eyes look wider, more alert, and more youthful. It is like an instant eye lift. Always curl lashes before applying mascara. Give upper lashes a second coat of mascara, concentrating on the tips by stroking the brush horizontally across the lash. Never wait when applying second coat of mascara to lashes. Mascara, especially waterproof mascara, dries quickly and can clump. Mascara now offers so much more than just color. Look for these features when choosing a mascara.
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