Friday, February 10, 2017

Great Looking Eyes Makeup Tips

It is well known: eyes are the window of the soul. It seems our eye beauty is unadorned, but this is not always the case. Sometimes it is better to whitewash something and to make some accents. You know it is easy to guess a person's age by wrinkled or bright skin around the eyes. Forbid seeing your real age! Accurate eye makeup can do wonders!

You should just obey a common sense. Try to follow some simple rules and there should be no problems with maintaining eye health, beauty and safety.

Use hypoallergenic makeup only, eyes are so sensitive!

Never apply eye makeup in a car, even you are slow in keeping an appointment.

Don't use waterproof mascara. Its fragments can offend your eyes.

Don't use eyeliner on the rim of the eye.

Don’t get too close to the eye with any type of makeup.

Never swap eye makeup sponges or brushes with any person, keep them clean and wash your sponges and brushes more often.

Never put on makeup if your eyes are red or become dropsically; you may irritate them more.

Pick up an appropriate eye makeup remover! It has a fundamental importance, especially for sensitive eyes.

Potatoes and cucumbers will reduce the appearance of dark, under-eye circles.

For great looking eyes makeup you need your own technique depending on your eyes and brows form and color, skin type and shade, your hair type and so on. On the other hand there are some common recipes how you should use powder shadows for a natural look and an eyeliner pencil for speaking glance at night. It is really not as difficult to look like a movie star as you apprehend. Follow our advices and you will achieve success.

1. Start with a pearly light gold eye shadow on the upper portion of the over eyelid. Then some rose-colored eye shadow, it should be applied to the outer half of each lid. Use either a dark chocolate brown or deep wine color eyeliner pencils. Finish by curling you eye lashes and applying a black, lengthening mascara.

2. Use neutral eye shadow and pencil tones to make natural, classic look. Prefer brown eye shadow on the lower portion of the eye lid with a darker brown in the eye lid crease. Add a touch of glamour by using a cream or pale beige across the upper portion of the eyelid. Next apply black or black-brown mascara. You need two or three coats of mascara.

3. Prefer a very light, pearly eye shadow and medium or dark brown eyeliner. Elegance and plainness of style may be added by light touch of eye brow pencil and two or three coats of black, thickening mascara over curled lashes.

Go ahead! Be mistress of the situation, you have the best eye makeup and you look like a million!