eye diagram for eye makeup


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apply eye makeup like a pro…

here are some tips and tricks…

Brow Bone/Highlight: Generally, a lighter color will be applied to this area; it may be something that has undertones of bolder colors used on the lid, or it may simply be similar to your skintone.

Above Crease: The best way to think about it is as a gradient, going from dark to light, starting on the lid moving towards the brow.

Outer Crease: It extends from the beginning of your eye (inside) to the end of your eye (the outside).

Inner Lid: In many looks you will see, a lighter color is put on the inner lid relative to the rest of the colors found on the lid.

Middle of Lid: this is where a “medium” color in terms of darkness would go.

Outer Lid: This is the outer third of the eyelid, and this is usually where I put the darkest lid color.

Upper Lash Line: it is where your upper lashes (generally the longest ones, the ones that come from your eyelid) meet your eyelid.

Upper Waterline: The upper waterline is also not explicitly labeled, but it can be found directly underneath your upper lashes.

Lower Waterline: The lower waterline is sometimes called the lower rim, because it is essentially the bottom rim of your eye.

Inner Lower Lash Line: Not everyone likes to put color on the lower lash line, which is space directly below the lower waterline.

Outer Lower Lash Line: When it comes to smoky eyes, to “smoke out” the look, one applies a darker color to the outer lower lash line or goes for thicker eyeliner and smudges it out around the outer lower lash line.

Upper Lashes: Most makeup users will apply at least one coat of mascara in either brown or black. Brown mascara is more natural and less dramatic, while black can still be natural, but too many coats or using an amplifing mascara will give you dramatic lashes.

Lower Lashes: These are the shorter lashes found beneath your eyeball. I always like to give them a quick coat of mascara after I finish doing my upper lashes, because then they’re blacker and stand out a touch.

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