Some girls underestimate the importance of lower eyelashes, when doing their makeup. In this tutorial, we would like to highlight the dramatic difference between a bare eyelid and one featuring some makeup.
On the first picture you see the bare eyelid .
The second one pictures how it looks like with some mascara on the eyelashes.
The third one shows the dotted line, which makes a very thin black line and the forth one gets the actual lined eye.
The last two images depict the smudged and inner rimmed makeup.
Which one do you like best and which one would you wear on everyday basis – are you a fan of the more natural look or you like the dramatic effect more?
Have you ever heard of tightlining? We ALL have heard of lining your upper and lower lash line, however this is a bit more complicated. Basically, you put eye liner whether gel or pencil in between each lash in your lash line. It’s a fabulous way to add great definition to your lashes without looking like you’re actually wearing a thick layer of liner. It’s easy to become a huge fan of this look.
1.Using clean fingers, gently lift your lashes upward (this step is only necessary if you find it easier to tightline). You’ll see tiny gaps between your lash hairs, which you’ll be filling in with eye liner.
2.Using either a gel or pencil eye liner, lightly dab the eye liner in between each individual lash (as close to the root as possible), to fill in your lash line and make it look fuller. Start at the the inner and work to the outer corner of your eye. Congratulations, you’ve officially tightlined your eyes!
3.To intensify the look, tightline your bottom lash line as well. It’s the same concept as the top, but you’ll be filling in the space between your lower lashes.