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Eye makeup tips: Making your eyes appear larger.

January 31, 2013

Eye makeup tips: Making your eyes appear larger.

Quick eye makeup tips will make eyes appear larger.

eye makeup tips

These eye makeup tips show how to use eye shadows and concealers to make your eyes appear larger, for a more youthful look.

Use a soft liner on upper lash-line only. Contrary to what many think, lining the lower lash-line actually shrinks the appearance of the size of the eye. Lining the upper lash-line widens and enlarges the eye.

Extend the liner just past the lash-line with a slight upward angle.

Open up eyes with a light highlighter or shadow on the brow bone.

Use a subtle, reflective shadow along eyelids to even out skin tone and reflect light outward. If you are not one who wears eye-shadow routinely, apply concealer to your eyelids for similar results.

Your eyes are your most important features. We've written extensively about eye makeup. Knowing  But we all know that following makeup tips is difficult with a bad product. How can you create the perfect cat-eye with an eyeliner pen that constantly bends? How can you work with eye shadow that runs in the heat?

We offer a selection of high-quality makeup products that will make following our instructions simple.



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