Apply two coats of mascara instead of one to create a lifting effect for droopy lids. To make sure that every lash is coated, use a mascara wand with angled bristles.
Place the curler at the root of your lashes and gently pulse three times. Move the curler halfway up the length of your eyelashes and repeat. For even more definition, put your eyelash curler under a blow dryer for 10 seconds before curling your lashes — the warmth of the curler will act as a curling iron for your lashes.
Think of your eye color, then imagine a color wheel. Women with green eyes look great in warm, sandy tones and shades of purple. Pinks and golds compliment brown eyes, and shades of brown and blue enhance blue eyes.
Use pink concealers, rather than yellow-based ones, to erase under-eye circles. Orange undertones in pink concealers camouflage blue tones.
Take this beauty tip to help naturally blend in. To illuminate your eyes, extend brush strokes upward, toward the contour of your brow bone, when applying eyeshadow.
If you want to add length and volume to your lashes, don’t be afraid to try false eyelashes. They’re easy to apply and will make your eyes pop.
Your eyes will look bigger if you keep a clean shape by waxing, tweezing or threading your brows. Brush brows upward so they aren’t pointing towards your eyelids, which can look sloppy.
After applying mascara, fill in any bare spots with dots of liquid eyeliner. This will elongate the line of your eyes.
To make your eyes pop, line bottom lids with a shimmer eyeshadow. Stick with light, neutral colors for daytime, and navy, plum and gray tones for night-time.
Believe it or not, trading in your eye makeup for a bright lip color will actually make your eyes look bigger. Forget the eye makeup, but make sure to conceal uneven tones around eyes with a color-correcting concealer.