Eye Makeup Techniques depend a lot on the skin tone of the wearer and on their eye color. The eye shape is secondary: how you apply can greatly enhance the shape or size of your eyes or even diminish them if incorrectly done. Here is some advice for showing off your best 3d eyelashes feature.Smnsk
Brown eyed women with medium complexions can wear just about any eye shadow color. For daytime, espresso, pale beige and medium brown tones look best. Some extreme shades such as the darkest brown, metallic shades and navy blue are more suited for nighttime. Blue eyed women can wear navy blue, dark brown and cream shades, but those with fair complexions should stick to the paler shades for daytime. Green eyes and hazel eyes are well suited with browns, greens and taupe while gray eyes can handle a variety of blues, grays and even black.
The eye shape is a factor in how to apply the eyeliner. Wide eyes can be rimmed all around to make them look even bigger while narrow eyes should not be rimmed completely since it will make them look smaller. Instead put the eyeliner and shadow on the outer half of the eyes and this will make them look bigger and rounder.
Applying eyeliner calls for a steady hand. Pull the eyelid and make a line of dots if you are having trouble drawing a straight line. Fill in the gaps between the dots. Work from the inside towards the outside lid. Do the same with the bottom lid.
When applying eye shadow, you should have a trio or a quad of similar shades from lightest to darkest. The first step involves putting the lightest color on the brow bone, the area directly below the eyebrow arch. After that, line your eyes with eyeliner so when you are putting on the darker shades, you do not smudge your liner. Then put the medium shade in the eyelid crease, covering the entire crease. The darkest shade now goes on the lowest part of the eyelid from the outside corner.
Applying mascara is very easy. Look in the mirror as you apply. Put the mascara on the 3d eyelashes tips. Put it on from the inside top corner of your eyelid and then the outer corner, moving the wand horizontally. For the bottom 3d eyelashes, hold the mascara brush vertically and very lightly touch the lower 3d eyelashes.
Like eye shadow, choosing the right color of mascara depends on your skin tone and eye color. Eye and hair color are also factors in your decision. If you are a fair skinned blonde or redhead, black may be too harsh for you unless it is 3d eyelashes. Go with dark brown mascara instead. Medium complexions are flattered by dark brown or soft black mascara. The darkest eyes can wear the darkest black possible.