9 Eye Makeup Tips to Make Your Eyes Look Prettier ...

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Eye makeup has always been one of my favorite things to apply, and over the years I’ve learned some great eye makeup tips from a variety of places and sources that I’d like to share with you.

Some of these tips, I read about through beauty books, magazines, blogs, and articles of other kinds.2

Other tips, I picked up in person through a previous experience in modeling and pageants.

I learned different things, and learned what worked for me, my time allowance, and my budget.2

These eye makeup tips will help your eyes look prettier and look bigger without looking overdone or fake.

Try them and let me know how you like them!

1. Conceal First

Conceal First

First things first when considering the best eye makeup tips, ladies.

Always, always use concealer and use it first.2

Also, when selecting a concealer, color is so important;

it can either make you look older or enhance the appeal of your eyes.

Select a concealer that’s more golden in color.

This combats the blue undertones in your eyes, which makes your eyes appear more youthful.

When you finish applying the remainder of your makeup, you won’t even see that it’s golden in color.

Instead, the concealer works with under eye circles to mask them, and gives you a youthful, slightly dewy glow.

My favorite brand is Maybelline’s 24 Hour Colorstay Concealer in Cream/Light.

E.L.F.

Studio cosmetics also has a great new concealer called Undereye Concealer that’s a concealer and highlighter in one.

Be sure to select the color Glow/Medium.

With a cost of $3-4, it’s a real budget buy that I use everyday.

2. Apply It under and on Top

Apply It under and on Top

When applying concealer, use your fingers instead of the brush for better, heavier coverage.

Otherwise you’re wasting your product by letting it absorb into sponges or using the applicators, which never cover everything evenly.

It’s fine to use the applicator to apply it to the skin, but once you do, rub and blend with your fingers.

I actually like to “pat,” not rub my concealer into place.

It applies it more directly and stays on better and longer this way.

Also, always apply on top of your eyelids, and below your eyelids.

Make complete circles around your eyes with your concealer.

When you apply the rest of your makeup on top, it will give your eyes a really bright, lighted effect that no one would ever guess you created with concealer.

It makes the eyes very youthful, and they look bigger and brighter as a result.2

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