Even if you weren't blessed with large doe eyes, you can learn how to make your eyes look bigger with makeup. Eye makeup techniques can conceal flaws and emphasize some of your best features. Whether your eye woes include sparse lashes, hooded lids, or close-set peepers, these tips are sure to make your eyes stand out!
Fake moles can be fun to wear, especially as an extra kick to Vintage Makeup looks! I like to make fake beauty marks three dimensional so that they look more realistic — it takes a little longer to do than making a dot with a pencil, but it has a very natural look to it. Here’s how to do this fun makeup technique! Gather the following (or similar) tools: Mini shader brush (or eyeliner brush) Cake eyeliner in black (or brown, if you have lighter hair and complexion) Orange wood stick (you can find these in the nail polish/supplies section at your local drug store) Duo Eyelash Adhesive
Experimenting with various eyeliner styles gives women plenty of options when it comes to playing with makeup. You can easily change your look from natural and subtle to glamorous and sexy with a simple eyeliner switch. Learn how to create eyeliner styles that suit you, and how to change up your look for a special occasion or just a different look. How to Create Popular Eyeliner Styles Eyeliner comes in several application types. You'll find pencils, liquid and cake varieties and in a rainbow of colors.
If you covet the look of cat eye makeup or just want a sharp, long-lasting liner look, you'll want to master the art of applying liquid eyeliner; it can truly yield fabulous results. Applying Liquid Eyeliner Tips There's something undeniably sexy about liquid eyeliner. The demure flip at the end of a classic cat line draws attention to batting lashes while maintaining a clean and feminine makeup style.
Cat eyeliner has got to the most unpredictable thing in makeup. You never know what shape you'll end up with. One wrong move & you'll have to think of ways to make it look right.