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Monday, October 27, 2008

Eye makeup needs more skill than the rest of the face, as eyes are often the focus when we look at a person. Here are some tips to make it easier for you:

Eyeliner is meant to add depth to eyes and give definition to lash line. To do so, hold the eyelid skin taut with fingertips of one hand and draw as fine a line as you can very close to the lash line with the other hand. Your hands should be steady for the purpose.
For the soft smoky look, smudge the edge of the line with the smear end of the eyeliner pencil.
For added natural beauty look, extend a very fine line to the innermost part of the upper lid.
Lining the lower lashes add the dramatic effect to your looks. You can do so by adding tiny dots to lash roots and a fine line on the outer half of the lower lash line.
Liquid eyeliners give more glamorous look but require more skill too.
Use slate, blue, grey and plum eye shadows for brown eyes, pink, salmon, mauve and brownish pink for green eyes and brown, camel and taupe shades for blue eyes.
Curling lashes open up your eyes. Do so by squeezing them with a lash curler from lash line to three fourth way toward tips.
Stick to dark colored mascaras such as navy blue or plum for they look more natural.
Apply two coats of mascara, sweeping the wand from roots to ends. Wiggle the wand a little as you move upwards to detach the lashes and make them stand out.


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