Seasons greeting from my heart to yours with joy.
So because for me the eye make-up is the “ko-ko” (the main deal) I will write up a few eye make-up tips to make you pop this season.
1. Use a darker shade of concealer to cover up puffy eyes. Darker colors recede, which means bags look less pronounced.
2. Dark eye shadows can be applied with a damp, thin brush on the upper or lower lash line for a defined eye that will last all day.
3. You can use darker shades of nude and brown to create a subtle smoky eye look that works on everyone.
4. The most important rule when wearing a smoky eye is that if you go dark, keep the rest of your face soft.
5. To further blend a smoky eye, swipe the same color you use on your lids on your bottom lash line.
6. If you have a small or medium sizes eye crease, Don’t be afraid to extend your shadow well above the crease for a dramatic effect.
7. . Apply a primer before eye shadow to give it lasting power and to intensify the color.
8. 48. Once you’ve applied concealer to dark under-eye circles, follow up with a yellow-based setting powder to help it last longer and to counteract dark circles.
Tips For The Perfect Cat Eye
9. When drawing a cat eye, follow the outer bottom lash line upward to get the perfect line.
10. If you have a hard time drawing a straight line of eyeliner at the base of the lids, draw dashes and connect by smudging the liner with a Q-tip or an angle brush with a little concealer on the tip.
11. When creating a cat eye, keep applying eyeliner past the length of your eyebrow. You can always remove the excess with an angled brush and a little concealer or foundation on the tip.
12. For a daytime cat eye, begin at the inside of the eyelid and drag the liquid liner applicator all the way across the lid to the outside of the eye. When you get to the outside of the eye, move the applicator up and out to create a wing effect. Do not make this line any longer than an eyelash to keep it from being too dramatic.
A perfect 12 for a perfect Christmas season.