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Eyeshadows


These eye shadow tips will help you figure out the shape of your eyelid so your eye make up application can enhance your natural beauty. The shape of your eyes and eyelids determine which part of the eye area you need to shade or highlight.

Applying Dramatic Eye Shadow Tips to Shade and Highlight


Prominent Eyelid
If you have this eyelid you want to make the eyelid look smaller and thinner. So shade the eyelid and the crease of the eye and highlight only below the eyebrow, not the eyelid.


For prominent or convex eye shapes, makeup can help reduce the appearance if bulging, or bugging out. To make the eye appear as if it is receding a bit more into the face, use a dark shade of eye shadow near the lash line and base of the lid. Use a slightly lighter shade for the crease, and blend outward towards the brow bone.

Hooded Eyelid
With this type you want to make it look like there is more eye lid. Apply high lighter on the eyelid to make it look larger. Shade the crease of the eye only and spread the eyeshadow outwards to join the corners of the eye.


Hooded eyes, sometimes also referred to as "bedroom eyes" appear as if the eye lid is partially closed. Hooded eyes often need more prominence, so to give this illusion:

Wide Set Eyes

1. Use a light highlight shade on brow bone and inner corner along lash line.
2. Apply an eye shadow shade slightly darker than the highlight shade over the entire lid and hooded area of the eye.
3. Use a darker contour shade on the outer corner, sweeping up to a light peak.
4. Finish with a liner to define the lash lines.



Deep Set Eyes
This is the most versatile shape because you can either apply eye shadow tips to highlight or shade the eyelid (of course, you don't want to do both at the same time. Make sure you shade the crease of the eye and apply high lighter just under the eyebrow.


The opposite of prominent eyes, deep-set eyes recede back into the sockets. Ideas to bring them out with makeup:

1. Lighten the inner corner and entire lid with shadow.
2. Use a medium shadow above the crease and gently apply it across the bottom of the brow bone.
3. Use a darker contour shade only at the outer crease and dip slightly outward.
4. Keep liner, especially on the upper lid, thin.

You can use eye shadow tips to apply brown, smokey, green or blue shades for any of the above lid shapes depending on which is complementary to you.



How to Apply Eye Shadow


There are two basic ways to apply eye shadow in shape shading, "rounded" and "winged". Now you want to determine what is the best shading shape in your case. You can try applying one shading shape (rounded) to one eye and the other shading shape (winged) to the other eye (this would save you time). Then go look in the mirror and see which one looks best on you.

If you don't have much room between the eyelid crease of your eye and your eyebrow then apply eye shadow using the winged shape (unless there is some sagging).

Winged Shading
Looks best where the skin towards the corner of the eye is not sagging such as on younger women because their skin is still firm.

Round Shading
Use when your brow bone markedly curves around the eye and don't use the winged style because it will make any sag more obvious.


Classic Eye Shadows Application

Rounded Eye Shadow Application
1. Highlighter eye shadow across the eyelid, from the lash line to slightly beyond the crease, and all the way to the eyebrow.
2. Medium shade eye shadow to the eyelid and smudge under the bottom eyelashes.
3. Accent eye shadow in the wedge at the outer corner of the eye and blend well.
4. Line upper and lower lashes with eyeliner pencil.


Advanced Rounded Eye Shadow Application
1. Highlighter eye shadow across the eyelid, from the lash line to slightly beyond the crease, and all the way to the eyebrow.
2. Mid tone eye shadow on inner corner of lid.
3. Accent eye shadow on crease and in wedge; blend all well.
4. Line upper and lower lashes with with eyeliner pencil.


Winged Eye Shadow Application
1. Highlighter eye shadow from lash line to brow.
2. Medium shade eye shadow color on lid.
3. Accent eye shadow in wedge at outer corner; blend well.
4. Line upper and lower lashes with eyeliner pencil.


How to Apply Eye Shadow to Create Shape


Now that you know the shape of the skin surrounding your eye you are ready to try to apply eye shadow in several highlight and shadow combinations to help you find the one that complements you the best. Remember that the crease of the eye is always shaded. Here are some of the choices for shading and highlighting that you can try:

* Apply eye shadow to highlight the eyelid, round the shading: Best suited for hooded eyes and older deep set eyes.
* Highlight the eyelid, wing the shading: Best suited for younger deep set eyes.
* Apply eye shadow to shade the eyelid and round the shading: Best suited for prominent lids and younger deep set eyes.
* Shade the eyelid and wing the shading: Best suited for younger deep set eyes.

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