Eye Makeup for Dark Complexion
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Kasi gives us a step by step guide to get a perfect Eye Makeup! It is a lot difficult to get the balance in putting just the right amount of make-up products in order to get a nice look! The following guide will assist you in getting just the right amount and sort of ideal product on your face to get a fresh look.
Eye makeup tips for dark skin
First, prep your eyes. Use a wrinkle reducer in case you have imperfections. This product is not just for the older women, it could be helpful in getting a perfect eye makeup. Even though it’s a famous saying that black doesn’t crack, considerable care should still be taken. Choose the correct product for your skin type.
2. Next, decide the look you are going for. If you want a more au natural to look, try black eyeliner and a shadow in a tone that is similar to your skin. Your mascara is also key! For a more glamorous look, you can try with a thick pencil and a shimmering cream shadow.
3. Apply the eyeliner first. Yes, this may seem a little counter-intuitive but think of it this way: if you make a mistake, it is easier to clean or correct when there isn’t any makeup in between. This is the preferred method for a more blended look so you don’t show the lines as much (like in a smokey eye).
4. Apply the eyeshadow. If you used liquid eyeliner before this step, make sure the liner is dry before going any further. Depending on the look you want to go for, you can get away with some eyeshadow on just the lid or you may want to climb up into the crease. Very bold makeup looks evenly blended eyeshadow past the crease and into the eyebrows and into the temples!
5. Add some mascara. If you have naturally long or thick eyelashes, you may not need mascara at all! If you have short, thick eyelashes look for mascaras that will lift and separate the lashes. No one wants their mascara to clump and if they’re already thick, it’s very easy for them to bond together.
I hope that by this time, your mascara is dry. And of course, don’t forget to set your look with a setting/finishing powder!
Wrinkle reducer or eye serum
Setting powder/Finishing powder