Ways To Make Your Eyes Pop

Listed here are some sure shot makeup tricks to make your eyes pop.To brighten your face and bring the focus to your eyes, apply some shimmery champagne color to the inner corner area of your eyes.

To make your eyes appear brighter and bigger, apply a flesh colored liner to your lower lash line.

Camouflage under- eye circles and crow’s feet by using a concealer after putting on foundations. Highlight your brow bone using a highlighter.

Use a black eyeliner around the entire eye and that includes the water rim of your eyes. This will make your eye color very prominent.

To give your eyes a more pigmented look, press the eye color to your eyelid using your finger or a brush. Do not swipe on the eyeshadow to your eyelids.

If you use blue eyeliner, the white part of your eyes will appear brighter.

Apply a dark eyeshadow to the crease of your eyes and create a small triangle of eye color to the outer corner of your eyes. This gives a dramatic effect.

Apply a dark eyeshadow

Dab highlighter dots around your eye area and along the brow bone after putting on your eye makeup and blend it well. This will brighten up the entire area.

To get the perfect smoky eyed look, mix lots of dark eyeshadow with a little bit of shimmer and do a lot of smudging. Keep the makeup on your remaining face soft, to accentuate your smoky eyed look.

Make Your Eyes Pop

Draw a neat line using a creamy black eye pencil to the eye rim, so as to get a more defined look.

A dark concealer shade works well to camouflage puffy eyes. Dark shades have the ability to make eye bags appear less pronounced.

Use a bright colored eyeliner, instead of the regular black or brown liner, to give an instant boost to your look.

For brown eyes, use a navy blue eyeshadow to make eyes pop.

A bright colored cream shadow on the inner corners of your eyes will give a fresh look to your eyes.

For blue eyes, use a peach color below your eyebrows and all over your eyelids to make them stand out.

To add dimension to your overall look, use two similar colors, but that are actually different like light purple and dark purple on the eyelids.

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