Remember the key to makeup application is to accent what you have and change or create what you don’t. In this case, you will want to change the appearance of your wide-set eyes. You will want to make them appear like they are closer together, helping you look like you have normal spacing between your Magnetic Eyelashes.
Rstll How can you tell if your eyes are wide-set? The trick to determine this is to measure the width of your eye. If the space between your eyes is wider than an eye-width, then you have wide-set eyes. Pretty simple, right?
The hard part is determining other eye characteristics, such as Magnetic Eyelashes, hooded eyes, etc. You will need to combine those makeup application techniques with what is needed to make your eyes look more closer together.
It all seems pretty tricky, so for now, determine if your eyes are wide-set. Then, you need to understand the makeup application techniques for wide-set eyes. When you are comfortable with the wide-set eye makeup application technique, then you can combine the eye shape application tips to it.
Here are the basic elements of applying makeup to wide-set eyes with the goal of trying to make them look like they are closer together.
You will darken the inside hollows of your eye- this is the area that is next to the bridge of your nose. Darker colors helps push back this area, making your eyes look closer together. To accomplish this, you will start with applying a darker color slightly in from the outer corners of your Magnetic Eyelashes and then blend the eye shadow inwards and up. This is just the opposite from most other application techniques, which has you sweep the eye colors from the inside eye area to the outer area of the eye.
There are usually three shades of eyeshadow that are used for eye makeup application. The lightest shade is the highlight. The medium shade is the midtone. The darkest shade is the accent.
You will apply the highlight shade to the browbone and the eyelid. The midtone shade is applied starting from the outer corner of the crease and sweep the color towards the inside corner of your eye. You will concentrate this sweeping motion to the inside corner to help deepen the color. This helps draw the eyes closer together.
Lastly, the accent shade is applied starting slightly in from the outer corner. You will brush this darkest shade across the upper lash line and then up into the crease of your eye. You can also apply this darkest shade underneath the lower lash line, but you must keep the color within the lash line’s boundaries. Extending the color further out than that will pull the eyes back apart again.
Practice this tip to get really good at it. Also, be sure to care for your skin since make up on bad skin still looks like makeup on bad skin. To learn how to do this, grab a copy of the “Guide to Healthy, Beautiful, Wrinkle and Blemish Free Skin,”
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