Fake bigger eyes with this simple trick! But first things first! Before applying any makeup on, creating a flawless base that brightens and enhances your final overall look is an essential first step that shouldn’t be missed. In other words, you need to apply primer all over your face and eyes to soften the skin, seal the pores, and prepare the skin for the makeup application.
Choose the right shade of primer for your skin type and apply it to your eyelid. Even though you want the primer to cover your eyelid completely, your best bet is to use a very small amount of it and gently dab it on your eyelid with a foundation brush. This way you will create a smooth and soft base for your makeup.
Step 1: As shown on the picture, apply a generous amount of white eye pencil along your waterline. You should be careful while using white eyeliner because if used too much, your eyes will end up looking weird and super unprofessional.
Step 2: Blend the eye pencil very nice along the waterline to smudge the colour evenly.
Step 3: Then, use a thin brush dipped in black eyeshadow to apply the shadow along the outer corners of your lower lash line. You can blow on the brush after dipping it into the shadow to ensure you won’t ruin your eye makeup with unwanted shadow dust.
Step 4: When blending the black shadow, don’t let your eye liner get out of control. If your hand feels unsteady, rest your finger on your cheek for extra stability.
Last but not least, add several coats of your long-lasting mascara to wrap up the look. For the top lashes, look straight forward in the mirror, take the wand, place it at the base of your lash line and use back-and-forth motions to distribute the color. When it comes to the bottom lashes, switch to a waterproof formula as it works best on lower lashes, preventing the color from smudging.