Posts Tagged ‘close together’

EYE STUDY: CLOSE TOGETHER

Post + Photography by Amy Nadine, Graphic Design by Eunice Chun

It’s nothing new to lighten the inner corner of the eyes. I remember reading Kevyn Aucoin’s Making Faces in 1995 where he explained how he noticed children’s inner eye corners were so light and bright and how when we get older the area gets darker and darker. So for years we added white shimmer eyeshadow to the area, which more than did the job. Now in 2013, it looks a little distracting and obvious, so we here at TBD recommend retiring the shimmer and switching to a white pencil, blended into the skin to where it’s undetectable. Here’s how: (more…)

WIDEN UP! CLOSE-SET EYE FOCUS

photos: hasse nielsen, philippe salomon/design: eunice chun

Today we’re focusing on our lovely readers that are blessed with eyes that are close together {revisit our IDENTIF{EYE} story if you haven’t classified which of the eight eye shapes you have!}. Technically close-set eyes have less than the width of an eye between them and are quite beautiful in their own right. But if every now and then you want to make them appear further apart, try The Corner Stretch! It’s actually a very effective illusion created by a really simple technique: concentrate your darker shades on the outer corners, from the center of your lid out past your lash line, all the way to the ends of your brows. Here’s how:

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