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Make Your Eyes Looks Bigger Makeup [HOT]

Every eye shape is fabulous in its way, be it round, almond, hooded, upturned, or downturned shape. You can also make small eyes appear bigger by reading this guide on how to make your eyes look bigger and following the steps.

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Larger eyes make you appear attractive. As a result, appealing eyes often get compliments. Unfortunately, not everyone has big eyes, but we can create an illusion by using trusted eye makeup products and techniques.

For those who want to keep their brows bold, bear in mind that you have to maximize the space you have so that it creates an illusion of bigger looking eyes. Bold, thick, and beautiful brows bring attention to the eyes. The difference between natural brows and over-tweezed arches is that the natural makes one look more innocent, while the latter makes you appear older.

Using a concealer to cover up the dark circles will not make your eyes look bigger, but at least, the dark circles will not draw attention to them when someone is looking at your eyes. So, this step is really important.

This is the step that makes a lot of difference. Use a black liner to tightline the upper water line. This gives the appearance of fuller lashes and helps to open up the eyes. I like to use the 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil by Urban Decay. The formula is amazing and it gives your eyelashes volume without doing much!

Most people think that the way to achieving big eyes is by loading up on black kohls or kajals. However, this is entirely the opposite. The dark black kajal actually makes the eyes appear smaller and boxed in. Considering the Indian skin-tone, a white eye pencil may not be the most flattering one to use. The trick here is to go nude on your lower lash line. Try Bourjois Khol and Contour Eyeliner Pencil- 08 Rose Fantaisiste, or MAC Chromagraphic Pencil.

Eye makeup has the power to make your eyes appear brighter, bigger, and attractive, no matter how sunken they may appear. Now that you know the tips and hacks, try them and we are sure you will love the results. However, make sure to care for your eyes. Maintain a proper sleep schedule, use eye creams, stay hydrated, and protect your eyes from UV exposure and stress. This is crucial to avoid issues like dark circles and subken eyes. And when in doubt, always come back and read this piece on how to make your eyes look more prominent, and you can thank us later.

Nothing makes your eyes look bigger than well-deployed highlighter. Choose a shimmery eyeshadow a shade or two lighter than your skin tone and apply it to the inner corner of the eye, between the tear duct and your nose. Not only does this make eyes look wider and further apart, it also conceals any darkness that might be hiding out there, which makes you look perfectly rested.

Your secret eye-embiggening weapon? Individual lashes. These small falsie clusters may look intimidating, but deployed correctly, they are total game-changers. Simply take one cluster at a time and apply a teeny dot on clear lash adhesive, letting it dry for 10 seconds (or until the glue is tacky rather than wet). Then apply three to four clusters to the outer corner of your upper eyelid only, and marvel at how big and beautiful your eyes become!

No makeup look is complete without eyeliner and mascara. But before you reach for your traditional black eyeliner (which we recommend for the upper lash line), line your waterline with a bright shade, such as white.

Large, bright eyes are something most women crave. Regardless of your natural eye shape, they are not that hard to achieve! Or at least fake it until you make it. Makeup can do wonders and even make the smallest of eyes look large and bright. These tips can be useful for a variety of reasons.

All of these things can make your eyes disappear and fade away. But, we want to bring them out into the light! Hopefully, these tips will teach you how to emphasize your beautiful eyes and make them stand out.

When applying these shadows, use a flat shader eyeshadow brush. My personal favorite is from Urban Decay, but any flat eyeshadow brush will work great for really packing on this color. Start in the inner tear duct area, going all the way down underneath the eye, about one-third of the way under your eye. On the top of your lid, bring the light color about one-third of the way in as well. Now, your eyes are beautifully open and bright!

The important thing is that you still create dimension in your eye. Using a white or light shade to your entire eye will make it look flat and lifeless. Contrast this by using warm, neutral brown shades on your crease and outer corner. Choose a light, warm brown shade to blend through your crease. Keep this shade light, and blend it throughout your entire crease, but focus most of the product on the outer corner.

By lightly lining this with a light eyeliner, you create the illusion that the whites of your eyes are bigger and brighter than they are. Your best bet is to go with a white or nude pencil. I prefer a nude eyeliner since this creates a more natural look. However, a white eyeliner pencil is great for really making your eyes pop! My favorite is from NYX, but many brands sell great, cheap white or nude eyeliners!

This mascara makes my eyelashes look a mile high! Use your mascara wand to start at the base of your lashes, and slowly work upwards, drawing your lashes up and out. Focus on adding more mascara to the tips of your lashes to make them look longer and fuller.

False lashes are also a great option. I do not wear them often, but when I do, I feel like a million bucks. False lashes can take your makeup look to the next level and make your eyes stand out even more! My favorite false lashes are from Velour. This brand has amazing, beautiful lashes that look completely natural on your eyes!

I think we can all picture a magazine ad featuring a woman in her 20s with thick black eyeliner above and below her eyes. Yes, eyeliner can definitely define and draw attention to our eyes, but the key to beautiful eyeliner in our 60s and beyond is to lighten the look and make it more natural.

A dark brown or gray eyeliner pencil is far more flattering than the thick black one we used in our younger years. And to create the most natural look, smudge the eyeliner with a Q-tip or a small angled makeup brush.

A swath of color across the eyelids has been a typical go-to look for most of us. But to make our eyes look bigger, try patting a vanilla colored shadow on your eyelids from your eyelashes to the crease.

Have you changed your makeup routine since you were a young woman? What do you do differently now that works better for you? What other changes can you recommend for women in our community? Please join the conversation and share your tips with us!

All eye shapes are beautiful and unique. But if you have small eyes, your goal with makeup may be different than those with almond eyes: you may be searching for a few good makeup tricks that will make small eyes look bigger.

Start by applying a light shade in the corner of your eyes and along your brow bone. A medium (still on the lighter side) shade works best on the remainder of your lid. Now for that dark shadow: using an eyeshadow brush, apply the darker shade along the crease of the eye to create depth. Finally, blend, blend, blend!

Grab an eyeliner like Rimmel London's Scandal Eyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal Eyeliner in nude and simply swipe this neutral shade across your bottom waterline. It will instantly brighten the eyes and make you look like you got a full eight hours of sleep!

Using a mascara that can create both volume and length, like COVERGIRL's LashBlast Fusion Volumizing and Lengthening Mascara will make your eyes stand out, even without eyeliner or shadow. Skip color altogether beneath your lower lash line and hold your mascara wander vertically to bring out each lash for a gorgeous, big-eyed look.

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Most of us reach for the typical white liner but did you know that using a flesh toned pencil on your waterline gives you an even more doe-like appearance and helps make the whites of your eyes look even whiter in addition to giving the illusion of bigger eyes. While applying black eyeliner makes eyes look smaller, lighter colors do just the opposite.

An instant eye opener that is a favorite! Apply a shimmery champagne eyeshadow to your inner corners and you will look more awake and instantly put together. This is also a great tip for those whose eyes are close set. You can use whichever eyeshadow or highlighter you prefer, but if you are in the market for a new one, our Foiled Shadow in Magic Hour is an instant eye opener and gives the eyes and face some very serious glow. You could also use a light shimmery gold shade (this would look especially good if you have a warmer or deeper complexion.)

Add a matte eyeshadow to define your eye space. This will add dimension and help to avoid the eyelids looking too flat. Just like how contouring adds definition to your cheekbones, using a matte brown shadow in the crease defines your orbital bone and can help the eyes appear larger.

Define your eyebrows with your product of choice, whether that be a powder, pencil, or a gel pomade. This will help to frame the eyes and draw focus to them. Powders tend to give the most natural finish, while a brow pencil is often the quickest.

Wearing glasses is essential for many people; however, wearing glasses does not mean you can't look your best! Aside from choosing a stylish pair to frame your peepers, there are many other ways in which you can enhance your eyes. This blog will share tips and tricks on how to make your eyes look bigger with glasses.


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