Daytime eye makeup is characterized by light neutral shades, thorough shading, naturalness. At first glance, it seems that it is very simple to make it, but when it comes to practice, questions arise: which shadows to choose, how to combine them and apply beautifully.
- - concealer;
- - base under the shade;
- - pale pink eyeliner;
- - eyeshadows of light and dark shades;
- - black eyeliner;
- - eyeliner;
- - Mascara.
Take care of a natural light source. When doing makeup in daylight, it will be easier for you to adjust the saturation of the hues and correct minor imperfections. The ideal setting is a dressing table with a large mirror located by the window. If this is not available, ordinary fluorescent lamps will do. Before you start eye makeup, you need to make a perfectly even skin tone, mask bruises with concealer and apply an eyelid base.
Apply light pearlescent flesh-tinted shadows under the eyebrow and in the inner corner of the eye, blend well. To give a fresh look, draw the lower eyelid along the lash line from the side of the mucous membrane of the eye with a pale pink pencil. With a well-sharpened black pencil, bring the upper eyelid as close to the lashes as possible. Don't make the line too thick and bright. For blondes and light-blond girls, it is better to replace black with dark brown, so the makeup will look more natural.
Choose the color of the main shadows based on the color of your eyes. Brown-eyed girls are suitable for combinations of beige or light pink eyeshadows with chocolate, dark green and bronze. Green eyes accentuate golden, beige, cream and copper hues. And the owners of blue eyes should take a closer look at pearl, sandy, dark gray shadows.
If you are an arrowhead lover, start by applying light shadows all over your upper eyelid and blending thoroughly. To make drawing easier, draw small dots with a black pencil along the lash growth on the upper eyelid. Connect them with a smooth line, slightly lifting its tip. Now circle the resulting arrow with a liquid liner or a special felt-tip pen.
For daytime makeup with eyeshadow, first apply light shadows to the upper eyelid and blend it. Close the eye and draw a line with a slightly darker shade along the border of the eyeball. It shouldn't be too saturated, so blend it thoroughly. This line will make the look deep. You can also use another option for applying shadows. First, do the same with the lighter shadows. Beginning in the middle of the eyelid, apply a dark shadow towards the outer edge. Feather the borders making a smooth transition. To complete your eye makeup, paint over the lashes with mascara. By replacing the classic black with brown or dark gray, you can achieve a more natural look.