How to Apply Makeup for Deep Set Eyes?
Every woman is uniquely beautiful, but some imperfections can detract from natural beauty. But fear not! Makeup can easily correct these defects and emphasize attractive features. If you have deep-set eyes, then you are naturally blessed! Deep set eyes are naturally well-defined. You can experiment with all sorts of techniques.
To confirm whether you have deep set eyes all you need to do is take a glance in the mirror. If part of the top of your eyelid is visible in the corners of your eyes, then lucky you, you have deep set eyes!. Eyes that are not deep set will narrow more dramatically in the corners and the eyelid is not longer visible when the eyes are fully open. Kim Kardashian is a great example of how versatile deep set eyes can be.
Here is a step by step tutorial for using makeup on deep set eyes. These tips are also helpful for those with small eyes, as this look will open up the eyes.
- You should wash your face with a gentle face wash and apply moisturizer. Next, apply a base of foundation evenly.
- If you are a beginner, play it safe and stick with eyes shadows that already comes in a trio; that way you’ll know they work well together. Apply the lightest shade of eye shadow starting from the base of the eyelashes up to the brow bone
- Smudge a bit of the eye shadow around the inside corner of the eye
- While looking straight into the mirror, apply the second eyes shadow over the entire lid, stopping at the crease
- Apply the darkest shade using the tip of an applicator for a precise finish. Extend the shadow to the outer corner of the eye and blend into the crease and a bit above the crease. Blend the shadow into both the upper and lower lash lines
- Sweep coordinating eyeliner across the upper lash line, beginning in the middle of the eye lid. Add a bit of eyeliner to the outer corner of the eye on the lower lash line as well.
- Using a large brush, lightly brush a bit of loose powder over the entire area to set the eye shadow
- Shape your eyebrows using an eyebrow brush and dust off any excess powder
- To finish off the look, curl your lashes and add mascara