Thursday, 21 March 2013
Knowing what eye shadow goes best with hazel eyes can help you look gorgeous and captivating year round. If you have hazel eyes and are looking for the perfect eye shadow for both day and evening wear, there are numerous options available to you. Follow these tips and tricks to achieve simply stunning eyes.Understanding What Eye Shadow Best Goes with Hazel EyesWomen with hazel eyes are able to enjoy a wide spectrum of shadow shades due to the flecked hues they possess. Hazel is a unique eye color with individual color nuances that can vary dramatically. This eye color can handle many shades of eye makeup; while many of the shades for brown eyes are well-suited to hazel-eyed women, colors that work for blue and green eyes can work for hazel as well.Neutral ColorsWomen with hazel eyes look gorgeous in neutral colors such as brown. Brown-based shades give a fail-proof, gorgeous look every time.Pink is also considered to be a member of the brown family, though few realize it. Use a romantic pink, especially in the spring or in the winter when you want to look irresistibly rosy and play up the color in your eyes. Cream, beige and taupe are also foolproof neutrals for hazel eyes. Grey and black are other shades that can also really make hazel eyes stand out; just be careful not to overdo these dark colors for daytime.Purple Eye ShadowOften suggested for brown eyes, purple shades make a stunning contrast to hazel eyes, too. Shades such as lilac, lavender, violet, plum and even eggplant can really make your eye color pop. Pair it with a purple liner for a more dramatic effect.Gold and YellowSunny shades also work nicely with hazel eyes and draw attention to their rich golden tones. Consider shades such as:Gold shimmerSunflowerMustardWheatSaffronSandThe Perfect CombinationMany hazel-eyed women who have mastered the art of eye shadow swear by a combination of pinks, browns and occasionally greens. Other colors can also look great on hazel eyes, but in order to keep the selection process down to a reasonable level, these are three of the most recommended shades.Pinks and browns both play up the base color of hazel and eyes and work well together. If you have green in your eyes, pick up and make the most of this fleck with green eye shadow that reflects the tone and color of your eyes. Use the three colors together, in pairs or separately to create a look that is tailored to your eye color.To use the three together, apply the pink directly under the brow bone, and line the crease of your eye with the brown. Finally, fill in the lid with green for a look that makes your eyes pop without being overly dramatic. Other ways to use these shades include using two shades of pink, one on the lid and one beneath the brow with a dark brown on the crease and using a light tan on the brow with green on the lid and a darker brown on the crease.Choosing Eye Shadow ShadesIt's important to purchase the right brand of cosmetics to ensure the right hue for your eyes. Blue eye shadow, when applied properly, and on the right skin tones, looks great. For your eye color, however, it's advised that you steer clear (you run the risk of just looking garish).For some, blue shadow is great for a special occasion if you are looking to dramatize your evening look, however, it can dull down hazel eyes and have the opposite effect of what you hope to achieve. Stick to your browns and invest in a darker liquid liner for evenings; you will be sure to have a winning sparkle to your evening eyes every time.
Friday, 8 March 2013
- If you believe that there is no need in applying mascara o...n your bottom lashes. You are mistaken! The ruse is to know how much to use on those bottom lashes! First apply mascara to the top lashes. Then, with mascara remains left on your brush, apply it to your bottom lashes.
- Another trick to make your eyes look bigger is to use the creamy white eyeliner pencil. To get this look, simply line the bottom eyelids with the creamy white eye pencil. Also use this soft color on the inside corner of both the upper and lower eyelids.
- To make your eyes look bigger, you must also pay attention to your eyebrows. Be sure you pluck them well. And it would be much better to visit a professional to get your brows waxed. A professional stylist can help you to shape them properly. Also slight arch brows can help to make your eyes look bigger.
Tuesday, 5 March 2013
Technicolor By MakeUp Store
|0/ Begin by applying the Eye Prime all over the eyelid, this will prevent from any creasing later on and make the final result last much longer.|
|1/ Apply the yellow Eye Shadow from the Technicolor palette all over the eyelid and on the brow bone, with the help of the 10P brush. Apply the same Eye Shadow on the lower lash line using the 16P brush.|
| 3/ Apply the Eye Shadow # 00, at the center of the brow bone to create highlight.|
Tip: to give more intensity to the eyes, apply Khôl Pencil 3K on the water line.
|4/ Apply the Eye Shadow #116 on the inner corner of the eye, and blend inside the eyebrow.|
|5/ Using the 16 P brush, apply the Eye Shadow # 72 on the upper lash line to better define and intensify.|