Posts Tagged ‘inner’

EASY ON THE EYES

POST + PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMY NADINE, GRAPHIC DESIGN BY EUNICE CHUN

This is literally the easiest technique yet gives such a striking result! Typically we rim the inner waterline with black liner for drama or white/nude liner to open the eyes. But rimming it with a shadow stick opens up tons of different color options and adds another dimension to the look. I chose a metallic bronze shadow stick on Brook above because it’s incredibly sultry and stunning against any eye color. Here’s all you need to do:

  1. Sweep a black powder shadow across the lid. You can also include the crease but typically it will travel there over time on its own.
  2. Sweep the same shadow along your lower lashline.
  3. Gently pull downwards on your lower lid with one hand and rim the inner waterline with the metallic shadow stick.
  4. Coat the lashes with mascara.

You can try this with your favorites from your makeup drawer, but these are the ones I used for this look: (more…)

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…)