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How To Make Small Eyes Look Bigger
Get your eye primer and base color down. I'm using a MAC paint pot and UD's Bootycall all over the lid. I blended a white eye pencil under the brow bone and in the inner corner to highlight. This helps to bring light into the eye.
We are going to fake a crease here. Take whatever eyeshadow color you please (I'm using MAC's Coppertone blush) and draw a line just ABOVE your crease.
Blend. This creates the illusion of a larger eye/lid. This works well for those with monolids as well. If you got a little messy with blending, you can clean up the bottom line of your "crease" with your lid color.
Take your favorite liquid/gel liner, and line only the outer half, winging out at the end. This will elongate and open the eye. You can keep yours thinner than this.
Tightlining the upper waterline. I use a gel for this, but you could really do whatever you want to do. You can skip winged liner and darken up the lash line with this method, which won't take up lid space.
I added half lashes and mascara.
Using a white eyeliner pencil, I lined the inner half of my waterline. This will open up the eye without being as intense as a full white line under your eye.
Using the same crease color, darken under the outer half of the lower lashline. Mascara and you're done!