It is remarkable how regardless of how great your clothes may be, it is the skin that first gets noticed. In fact, a wise person once rightly said that gorgeous skin does not require jewelry in order to complement it, beautiful skin will shine even without it.
Facial Makeup For Eyes
It has been said that the eyes are windows to the soul. Our eyes speak volumes about who we are, our nature and our personality. By making use of the right techniques when applying makeup to your eyes, you will be able to provide yourself with an angelic look or a smoked, sultry look or you can prep yourself for a night out on the town. Here are a few makeup tips for apply colors to the eyes, using the best method:
The type of colors that you choose for your eyes will be the determining factor of the whole look. Neutral colors such as soft brown, cream and beige are great for daytime and office wear while colors such as bronze, silver and gold are more daring and work well for a night time look. If you would like to put a hint of mystery, attempt a smoky look by going for colors like dark shades of brown and black.
How To Apply Eye Makeup
First of all, you should apply a light layer of foundation above your eyelids, followed by the application of a small amount of concealer below the eyes as a means of camouflaging wrinkles and fine lines. After which, you should apply eye shadow primer, beginning from the eyelash up to the eyebrow. By doing this, you will be able to ensure that your eye makeup will stay longer. Choose three different shades of the very same color.
First use the medium color to apply from your eyelashes up to the crease. Then make use of an eyeliner, which should be a darker shade of the color you used on the eyelids to draw a line along the eyelashes. Make use of the darkest shade to go on top of the line of the eyeliner. Then prepare the section over the crease of the eye with the shade that is the lightest. For the portion that is below the eyebrow, make use of a shimmery shade of the color you are using. Finish by thoroughly blending the colors on the eyelid to prevent any unsightly lines.