Eye Make-Up Tips

Eye make-up tips. Learn eye make up tips for your eye color. In general, the younger generation should stay away from pastels unless you are a red-head with pale skin. Redheads tend to look good in peaches,...

In general, the younger generation should stay away from pastels unless you are a red-head with pale skin. Redheads tend to look good in peaches, coppers, brick tones, and greens. The trend now is for most people to use deeper shades. Golds, coppers, bronzes, and browns will bring out blue eyes. Plums, purple tones, and bluish tones look nice on brown eyes. For green eyes, I would recommend earthy tones and jewel tones like plum colors, pinks, or grape colors.


For a smoky look, line the whole eye with a black or charcoal pencil and then smudge it. You could also go with a charcoal dark colored eye shadow. For cat eyes, use a heavier liquid liner and extend it in an upward direction. If you have a black eye, use a color corrector to conceal it. Any peachy-red concealer and foundation should cover the purple bruise, and if you emphasize your lips instead of your eyes, that will help. For a punk look, anything wild, crazy, glittery, dark, heavy and/or exaggerated works great. Teens can really get away with anything, but the trend is to use colors that contain glitter.


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