If you have single eye lid, no problem, just learn some quick make up tips and your eyes will be big and beautiful in minutes. Check out practical tips here.
Mascara gives a finishing touch to your eye makeup and must cover the lashes from roots to the tips. Deposit the colour on the mascara wand by twirling it in the pack and then cover the upper lashes from their base to the tips in full strokes to make the lashes look thicker, longer, well defined and separated. Mascara is applied from the underside by holding the wand horizontally parallel to the eyelid and the brush is rolled slowly in the upward stroke. For lower lashes, one has to be more careful so as not to smudge the under eye area and the wand is to be held vertically and mascara is applied from side to side. Less mascara is used on the lower lashes and extra colour should be blotted off using the tissue paper. Usually women opt for more than one coat of the mascara, which combs the lashes too so that they do not look stuck together.
Blush is often the last cosmetic to be used on face while doing makeup. The method of applying blush differs with the facial shape and the right application of blusher can make your face look longer or wider, as desired.
Eyeliner is used to give shape to the eyes and refine them as desired. An important part of eye makeup, it is often used after eyeshadow and before mascara. Eyeliner can be used to add the dramatic touch to your face or soften the look for your eyes and must be used, keeping the colour of eyes and the eyeshadow that you use in mind. Brown, navy and charcoal lines look gorgeous on light coloured eyes while brown and plum shades are often used to enhance the beauty of dark brown and black eyes.
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