Day To Night Eyes Makeup Trick!
Here’s a simple eye-makeup tutorial to go from work to a night-out on the town. What you’ll need: 1) Liquid Eye Pencil (intensely pigmented and waterproof) 2) Longwear Metallic Mousse Eyeshadow (Galaxy on Lexie shades are amazing!) 3) Mascara.
Since you already have your day makeup on, all that’s needed is to line the inner waterline of your eyes for a more dramatic evening look.
How to do: 1) Gently pull downward on your lower eyelid with a finger from your opposite hand as shown below, then line the bottom inner waterline with your eye pencil. 2) Now look down and with a finger from your opposite hand, gently lift the upper lid upwards to line the upper waterline with the pencil. Blink to blend the top and bottom lined lids together.
Simply lining the insides of you eyelids will make your eyes stand out more in the evening. It’ll instantly draw attention to your eyes while framing them with a sexier look, especially under subtle lighting. Have fun!
Creating the Doe Eye is easy and yet it makes a big evening impact. Take it from this college barista who claims she makes more tips if she applies makeup after school before her job in the evening. The Doe Eyed look is basically done with soft, shimmery brown-and-pink eye shadows paired with sexy cat-eyeliner.
You can be flexible about the eyeshadow colors as long as they’re “soft shades” to achieve a Doe Eyed look that lends a combination of sweetness with a bit of sexiness. This barista’s favorite makeup is: 1) NYC BB Cream face makeup 2) Eye Tech Extreme Liquid Eye Line 3) eye-shadows – i-Divine in Oh So Special 4) KISS brand false lashes (optional) 5) Also add to this list your favorite lash mascara.
A. First apply the NYC BB Cream around your nose and under the eyes to even out redness. As an option to make evening eyes extra smothering, by applying false lashes. Putting lashes on over shadow can be tricky, so it’s best to do them at the start of your eye makeup.
B. Eye Makeup: Shadows: 1) Prime the lids with a swipe of toner and primer helps with shadow blending and staying power. 2) Brush the entire eyelid with a base of light pink shadow. This monochromatic wash opens eyes up more, especially if you have hooded lids. 3) Use the warm brown shade from the Sleek Makeup Oh So Special Palette to define your eye’s crease on the outer edge and blend.
C. Eye Makeup: Shadows: 1) Using a fluffy shadow brush, dust the pearly pink shade over the lighter shadow to add dimension and widen eyes to “baby deer” proportions. 2) Optional is to use white eye pencil on your waterline to open up and enlarge the look of your eyes even further.
To give the Doe Eye polish, add smooth cat-eyeliner, curl and coat your lashes with mascara.
Now you’re finished and ready to impress!
If you’re going casually out by the end of a workday, makeup you applied in the morning only needs a little refresher. Bit if you have an evening date or a special night out with the girls, it makes sense to prep your makeup in the morning, so after work all you’ll need are subtle makeup changes to achieve a dressier look.
Morning makeup: 1) For eye makeup – use a shimmer, or iridescent light grey shadow across the entire lid, apply a line of black, or very dark grey eyeshadow right above the lash-line. This will give definition yet not have a strong eyeliner look. Apply a coat or two of mascara. 2) Apply to the apples of your cheeks a light pink blush. 3) Then use a sheer pink, or peach gloss for your lips.
Makeup you’ll need to bring to work: plum eyeshadow; gel eyeliner; a dark “fig” eyeshadow for the lower lash-line; bright colored lipstick.
How to do: 1) Press the plum eyeshadow into your eye crease, and the outer corners of your eyes. Any range of deep and smoky colors will work to amp up your eye makeup. 2) Apply liquid or gel eyeliner along the upper lash-line, and wing it out just a bit at the corners. The blacker the liner the better. 3) Add mascara, but if you just want to “freshen up” your mascara, run the side of your liquid eyeliner against your lashes. This will add an inky black finish, without the clumps. 4) Use a small brush and swipe some “fig” eyeshadow along your lower lash-line. 5) Add a coat of mascara to your lower lashes. 6) Now finish your look with a bold lipcolor!
Wow, the added makeup compliments her change of clothing, everything here looks polished and perfect to anticipate a great evening out!