How to do Eye Makeup for Small Eyes – Professional Makeup Tips
Almost every woman wants her eyes look bigger and her look seems more open. With eye makeup tricks and tips you can solve this problem within the surgical procedures. Not sure?! I can convince you… here are effective professional makeup tips for small eyes to look bigger.
Sculpt Your Eye Brows
The first trick that you can use to make your small eyes look larger is to sculpt your eye brows properly. To do this you will need a pair of tweezers and a plan. The shape that you are after will have a thicker end near the inner corner of your eyes, an arch over your iris and an ending point that is determined by a diagonal line from the outside corner of your eye to your natural eye brow line.
Another easy way to make your small eyes look larger is to use this mascara trick. When you are applying mascara apply the first coat to your entire set of eye lashes. Then add a second and third coat to the outside lashes. Make sure that you coat both the upper and lower lashes in the outside corner of your eye. Leaving the inside section of your lower eye lashes without mascara.
Eye Liner Trick
Eye liner can also be used to create a larger looking eye. To do this you will want to completely line the upper lash line, however, you will only want to line the outside half of your bottom lash line. This will create an amazing open look to the eye making it look dramatically larger than before.
Eye Shadow Highlights
Eye shadow can be used to create a lot of different effects and looks. One of the effects that you can use it to create is the illusion that you have larger eyes. To create this effect you will want to use an off-white shadow to shade the inner section of your eye lid, and then use a pure white highlighter to brighten the inner most part of the lid even more.
Eye Liner Trick
In addition to using your eye liner to open up your eye, you can also use it to extend your lash line to create the illusion that your eye is larger. To create this effect properly you will want to follow the lash line from the inside of your upper lid to nearly the end of the outer corner of your eye. However, before you reach the outside edge of your eye create a curve upward. This trick will not only help to create a longer eye shape, but it will also help you to create the illusion of a thicker lash line.