For people with deep-set eyes and large eyebrows, it can be difficult to make your eyes big and bright. Unfortunately, if you don’t draw your eyes forward, people may first notice and focus on your eyebrows instead of your eyes. Fortunately, to help make your eyes the center of attention, here are tips on how to make your eyes stand out:
Use a Shimmer
Highlighting different parts of your eyes with light eye makeup is an excellent way of bringing your eyes forward and making them more prominent. To bring your eyes forward, you can try adding a light, shimmery eyeshadow across your eyelids. You can also add a shimmery highlight to the corners of your eyes and beneath your brow.
Whatever colours you use for your eyes, they should always compliment your eyes. In fact, here are some eyeshadow suggestions based on common eye colours:
If you have blue eyes, you should use earth tones and rose to bring out your eyes.
Brown eyes can get away with almost any eyeshadow colour. However, if you want to help make them pop, green and blue are ideal choices. If you have gold flecks in your eyes, using metallic colours can also add life.
To create a dramatic pop, using shades of purple eyeshadow for green eyes can do the trick. However, if you want to create a more natural look, warm browns with hints of orange or gold can help.
To find the right eyeshadow colour for your eyes, you may have to do some experimenting. Not only do you have to consider eye colour, but skin tone and hair colour as well. If you want to try something really different, you can always opt to change your eye colour as well by using coloured lenses.
When applying eyeliner to your eyes, using a liquid eyeliner along the top lash can help make your eyes stand out. While it is often recommended to avoid applying eyeliner to the bottom lash, you can use a very thin line if needed.
When choosing eyeliner, or any other kind of eye makeup, it is important to avoid oil-based products since they can leave grease on your skin that makes it easier for bacteria to breed. If you can, you should use water-based products.
As a contact wearer, you may be wary of using mascara because of the flaking potential. Although waterproof eye makeup is harder to clean, eye doctors actually recommend that contact wearers use such products. By using waterproof products, you may get less flakes in your eyes that can cause irritation.
When applying mascara, be sure to start right from the base and follow through to the tip. After two or three layers have been applied, you can use a comb to straighten out the lashes and clear any clumps. To make your eyes appear extra full, you may want to use lengthening mascara.
With these tips, you can make your eyes the center of attention even despite having bold eyebrows.