What are some tips for applying eye makeup?

“The eyebrows are drawn too thick.

Reasons:

It could be due to selecting the wrong shade of eyebrow pencil, applying too much pressure while drawing, or creating harsh and rigid outlines. What to do: Remove the makeup and redraw the eyebrows. First, outline the eyebrows, then draw the eyebrow peak according to the shape of your own eyebrows. Use a small eyebrow brush and brush multiple times to achieve a natural look.

"The eyebrows are drawn too thick.

The eyebrows look unnatural.

One crucial aspect to note while drawing eyebrows is that the front of the eyebrow should not be too square. The color of the front of the eyebrow should be lighter compared to the color of the back eyebrows. The shape of the front of the eyebrow should connect well with the bridge of the nose. So, pay attention to the drawing of the front of the eyebrow.”

The eyebrows look unnatural.

Eyebrow color fades.

Reason:

Starting to draw eyebrows before the emulsion is completely dry can cause smudging, and the eyebrow color may fade. What to do: Wait until the skincare products are completely absorbed before proceeding to the next step. Cleanse lightly before drawing eyebrows, then draw the eyebrows and finally apply eyebrow powder to make the eyebrow makeup look more natural.

Eyeshadow powder falls off.

Reasons:

The eyeshadow palette is not tightly sealed or the eyeshadow contains powdery texture. If the texture is not delicate enough, powder falling off may occur. What to do: Place a tissue paper under the eyes before applying eyeshadow or apply loose powder on the face. After applying eyeshadow, use a brush to remove the excess powder. If the powder is severe, apply eye makeup first and then do your base makeup.

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Eye makeup is too heavy.

Reasons:

Eyeshadow colors are too dark; eyeshadow is not blended well; eyeliner is too black, etc. What to do: Choose bright or light-colored eyeshadows; only apply eyeliner on the upper eyelids, not the lower eyelids; apply a thinner layer of eyeshadow.

Eye makeup is too heavy.

Eyeliner is drawn incorrectly.

Thincen learned that beginners often shake their hands while drawing eyeliner, resulting in messy lines. To solve this problem, you can try dotting the eyeliner with an eyeliner pencil bit by bit.

Eyelashes are not curled.

Reasons:

Lashes naturally droop and are too soft, making them difficult to curl. Incorrect usage or poor quality of the eyelash curler can also affect the results. What to do: When curling the roots of the lashes, look down, confirm the position of the lash roots, then slightly open your eyes. Gently curl the lashes several times. Then loosen the grip slightly and move towards the middle, repeat the curling motion. When curling the lash tips, push them upwards slightly to make the lashes curl.

Eyelashes clump together like fly legs.

Reasons:

Mascara dries quickly, and the mascara on the brush has started to solidify after being taken out of the bottle for a long time, forming clumps when applying. What to do: Heat your own eyelash curler with a hairdryer or lighter to make the lashes last longer; then use the eyelash curler to set the lashes. Finally, apply a small amount of mascara several times, do not dip too much mascara at once.

Mascara flakes off.

Reason:

The mascara has dried out due to frequent exposure to air. What to do: You can wipe it off with your fingertip or use a cushion to touch up your makeup. Then use eyeshadow to cover it.

Eye makeup smudges.

Reason:

The main factor is the oil secretion on the eyelids, causing the makeup to smudge. The second reason is tears or sweating, causing the makeup to smudge. What to do: Before applying eyeshadow, apply special eye primer on the eyelids, then apply a layer of loose powder. After applying eyeshadow, you can apply another layer of loose powder appropriately. This will make the makeup last longer.”

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