Eye Color Enhancing Make Up For Brown Eyes/ Medium- Tan Skin Tones by Katherine Lopez - Musely
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Eye Color Enhancing Make Up For Brown Eyes/ Medium- Tan Skin Tones

posted in Beauty > Makeup
10/15/2014
  • Follow these steps if you would like the following:

    - appear to have lighter, more brighter eyes

    - bigger looking eyes

    - eyes with more dimension

    - achieve an evening/ special occasion look

    - eyeshadow that compliments BOTH your skin tone and eye color.

  • Although you can barely see the eyeshadow, I can assure you that my eyes are normally blackish, and not this big!
    Although you can barely see the eyeshadow, I can assure you that my eyes are normally blackish, and not this big!
  • You can see it more in this picture! I apologize for the bad quality and silly facial expression!
    You can see it more in this picture! I apologize for the bad quality and silly facial expression!
  • It is much better to use REAL photos. Rather than ones (from the internet) that do not show the actual outcome of the "Tips" someone is giving.
    It is much better to use REAL photos. Rather than ones (from the internet) that do not show the actual outcome of the "Tips" someone is giving.
  • However I will use photos from the internet to help guide you!

    First, start with a clean face, and apply moisturizer or face primer

  • Depending on how my skin is feeling, I use this primer from Cover Girl/ Olay. I use it whenever my face is neither too dry or too oily. The primer is not oily and spreads evenly on the skin, allowing it to appear smooth.
    Depending on how my skin is feeling, I use this primer from Cover Girl/ Olay. I use it whenever my face is neither too dry or too oily. The primer is not oily and spreads evenly on the skin, allowing it to appear smooth.
  • OR I use Micheal Todd's organic citrus cream moisturizer whenever I feel like my skin needs rest from all the products I use, I also use it before my primer sometimes. This cream leaves a fresh finish, without all the shininess.
    OR I use Micheal Todd's organic citrus cream moisturizer whenever I feel like my skin needs rest from all the products I use, I also use it before my primer sometimes. This cream leaves a fresh finish, without all the shininess.
  • LASTLY I sometimes stick with the original Ponds cream. This is best used when your skin is on the dry side, or overnight.
    LASTLY I sometimes stick with the original Ponds cream. This is best used when your skin is on the dry side, or overnight.
  • I realized that I'm taking a while to get to the actual point of the Tip! (Pun)

    Use any kind of foundation that best suits you, and concealer under your eyes.

    Then add eye primer. If you don't have any, use a matte eyeshadow, preferably a nude color.

    Ps. Let me know if you would also like a clear face foundation "tutorial"!

  • Use a light green eyeshadow, all over your lid. The one I used was "Lemongrass"  from Mary Kay.
    Use a light green eyeshadow, all over your lid. The one I used was "Lemongrass" from Mary Kay.
  • Then add a matte brown eyeshadow to your crease and blend throughout. You can either apply the green shadow first, or the brown color. It doesn't matter as long as it is all blended evenly
    Then add a matte brown eyeshadow to your crease and blend throughout. You can either apply the green shadow first, or the brown color. It doesn't matter as long as it is all blended evenly
  • Getting the gist of it:
Apply a small amount of a darker shade of green to contour/ outline the edge of the eyes. 
Blend in. 
Apply the light shade of green under our bottom lashes, and apply the darker shade towards the outer corner.
    Getting the gist of it:
    Apply a small amount of a darker shade of green to contour/ outline the edge of the eyes.
    Blend in.
    Apply the light shade of green under our bottom lashes, and apply the darker shade towards the outer corner.
  • apply a shimmery shade of white or champagne to the brow bone, and the inner corner of your eyes. This will make the yes appear brighter and bring attention to them,

    Optional:
    Using a gel black or brown liner, apply it to your top lash line and/or bottom lash line, making sure you do not line the waterline. Line underneath it, wear your lashes are. This will make the eyes appear larger and more dramatic.

    Apply mascara!!
    GOOD LUCK :) let me know if you would like more beauty tips

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