Eye Makeup: How To Apply It Effectively
A makeup look can be complicated when it comes to eyeshadow, especially with so many different colors and brushes to choose from.

This article explores different tips and techniques for applying eye makeup. The following sections describe how to apply different types of eye makeup based on the appearance of a person's eyes.

In order to create stunning eye makeup, you should focus first on the eyebrows, and only then on the eyes. It's best to start with a powder shadow material when the eyebrows are almost untouched and natural, and the best way to design eyebrows is with a tilted brush. Filling the eyebrows with material should not be too thick since we don't want them to look too dark.

You can make the eyebrows a little fuller using your powder. In the crown of your eyebrows you can draw a few hachures. You should never apply the same method and amount of material across your whole brow. The darker the material becomes as we move to the tail. Finally, in case your eyebrows aren't as full as you would like, you can use eyebrow gel to shape them. After completing this step, your eyebrow work is complete.

Afterwards, you can apply your primer for the eyes, followed by the eyeshadow. It is helpful to use concealer behind the eyes so you can easily blend, fade and place eyeshadow correctly. The concealer should be applied with a brush, faded with a pad.

To dry the area after it has been faded, apply a fixing powder. You can either use a colorless one, or if you desire so, a fixing powder with color. Nevertheless, it must be completely dry for the eyeshadow to be crease-free.

When applying the eyeshadow, you will need to use a flat brush. Adding the shades from light to dark gradually makes the makeup look much better. When applying eyeshadow, always start with a light shade and work your way into a darker shade. If necessary, fade the eyeshadow with a fading brush. The brush should be moved back and forth over the area until the eyeshadow is faded completely.

Continue by using another darker color from the same family, and fading it again. Once more, apply a darker shade for the third time, and fade it out. Applying a bony-colored shade on the eyelid will help you distinguish the area under the eyebrow from the eyelid. If your palette has a dark bony-colored shade, you can use that shade to apply a darker tone to the outer corners of the eyelids and then fade it away.

The same effect can be achieved with a concealer. To do so, It is necessary to apply concealer to the area first, then fade it with a brush, and then apply your eyeshadow. At the end of the day, it doesn't matter whether you use a brush technique or a concealer, and it really all comes down to what you prefer.

Once you've finished fading the eyeshadow, it's time to move on to the eyelashes. Whether you use single false lashes or unified false lashes, it is usually best to use single false lashes if you are looking to change the appearance of your eyes and make them look longer or more round.

Using individual false lashes is the best option at this point, because the look will be more natural. To make your job easier, ask the person to close her eyes. Apply glue to the end of the individual false lash before attaching it to the eyelash.

The outer corner of the lashes should have long false lashes because we want to make the eyes seem larger. A gel eyeliner should be used for the eyeliner. Using your hand, pull your eyelid upward to ensure that your eyeliner reaches the lash line at the very least. It is common to draw gel eyeliner with a number zero brush. Once you have done this, draw the eyeliner on.

The almost-finalized version may need a little bit of tweaking to make it better. You may need to extend your eyeliner a little further out the edge of the eye depending on the type of eyeshadow you applied. After that, you can ask the person to open her eyes so you can see the result and decide if you can go a little further with the eyeliner. If you want to tweak the eyeliner further, you should use a pencil eyeliner.

Here's what you need to do while applying the eyeshadow under the eyelids.

You should never begin with the darkest color on your palette. Using a dark shade at the beginning will make your eyes appear saggy. Instead, you should begin with a lighter color and gradually move towards a darker one.

The outer edge of the lower eyelids should be shaded darker if you want to make the eyes appear longer. The shades should be faded with a brush, and then you can use a shiny eyeshadow or a highlighter for the inner corners of the eyes. The shiny shadow should be applied with a clean brush, and the mascara should be applied at the end.

Moving on to the other eye.

Your powder shadow should be applied first, and then your eyebrow pencil can be used for the rest of the process. To change the color of your eyebrow, apply eyebrow mascara after cleaning the eyebrow with a concealer. Having designed your eyebrows, you can now start applying your concealer, fade it, and fix it the same way you did for the other eye. For the eyeshadow, you should choose a red oak shade and blend it with a suitable brush.

The center of your eyelid must first be covered with concealer before applying shiny eyeshadow. You should then fade the concealer with a pad of a brush, and then apply your shiny eyeshadow over it. This eyeshadow pairs well with brown eyeliner.

Finally, once you have finished applying eyeliner, you can apply eyeshadow under the eyes until your eyes have been fully covered.