How Do I Correctly Apply Eye Makeup?

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Correctly applied eye makeup enhances and draws attention to your eyes. Apply great eye makeup with the help of a professional makeup artist in this free video.

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Hi, I'm Danielle Cavalear, Professional Makeup Artist, and today I'm going to show you how to apply eye makeup. First of all, our model here, we started out with a clear foundation and a light powder. As you can see, she has fair skin and light hair, so, we're going to go with a more natural look. I'm going to use this type of brush for the eye brush and use more of a soft round moth type color on the eyelid. We're going to start from the center corner of the eye and gently swipe across to the end. And we're not going to go far up on this thing 'cause we want it to be more of a natural look. Next, I'm going to use a light orange, it goes well with our model's skin and apply it over the arch right in the center. Make sure you go from the center all the way to the end; cover the full area and blend it in so that it doesn't look like you're changing colors. You want a natural look. And to top it off, we're going to add this egg type color, like an egg shell, soft white. This always helps the eye pop when you follow along the brow line. And to top off this look, we're going to add a light mascara. "Look down". Our model has very long lashes. So, we're only going to have to use one coat. Make sure you do the same thing to both eyes. "Okay, look up for me". Be very careful when you're doing the bottom lashes. If you get too close, she'll end up with a big mess. So, just kind of do gentle, soft strokes to get those fine little hairs covered in a light coating a mascara. I'm Danielle Cavalear, and that is how to apply a natural eye makeup.


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