By Donna Monday
Ever since Queen Nefertiti first lined her eyes with black coal, women have been using makeup to emphasize the beauty of their eyes. If you are looking for eye makeup tips or eye makeup ideas for a dramatic eye make up look for an evening out, or simply some free eye makeup tips to put on your ďmorning faceĒ, you can start out by learning basic eye makeup application.
How to Apply Eye Makeup
Before applying eye makeup, itís always a good idea to use a concealer to hide dark circles and wrinkles around the eyes. Choose a shade of concealer thatís slightly lighter than your natural skin tone. Donít use too much and blend it in well.
Apply the eye shadow color in several thin layers, blend well. Put the sheer color on the center of your lid with a sponge applicator or pencil.
Next, brush up and out toward your brow, then nose. Use an eye brush if possible. Apply a deeper shade of color to the crease of your lid.
Highlight Your Eyes
To highlight eyes, add a lighter shade of the same color of eye makeup to your brow bone.
Outline and Define Eyes
Outline the top and bottom of your lids with an eyeliner pencil. You can make short, close little dots with your eyeliner instead of a straight line. Smudge the dots or line lightly from the inner corners to the outer corners, if you want a softer line.
Make Thick Eye Lashes
For great looking eyelashes, go over lashes first with an eyelash separator comb. Apply a thin coat of mascara to lashes (If you donít have many lashes, you may want to do lashes individually). Re-comb your lashes immediately after you apply the mascara. Let them dry, then repeat the process.
Removing Eye Makeup
Eye makeup should be removed with a cotton ball or swab that has been soaked in makeup remover. Makeup remover pads are good too.
Remember to be gentle and donít rush. Be especially careful when removing mascara. You can gently rub the underside of the lashes until they come clean.
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