Posts Tagged ‘winged shadow’

PARTY MAKEUP INSPIRATION

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

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

Calling all makeup mavens out there! This one’s for you! If you love to express yourself by standing out, you’re going to love how pretty this is to wear. It’s such a simple idea: just frame your eyeshadow! Here’s how:

TOOLS:

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STEPS:

  1. I like to start with the eyeshadow first so there’s no accidental overlap, but you can reverse it if you want. Lightly wet the brush first for added intensity then swirl it in the silver shade and sweep it across the lid, winging it out and up as demonstrated on Magali above.
  2. Next simply outline the shape! Start at the inner corner and trace the liquid liner along the lashline, then wing it out along the bottom of the shadow’s wing, then back over across the crease line. If the original shape isn’t perfect, outline it as if it were then go back with a pointed q-tip and “erase” any silver shadow that is outside of the line.

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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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