12 Easy Ways to Make Eyes Look Bigger
It’s not a secret that eyes that are bigger and brighter make you look more put together. But if you were born with dark circles under your eyes, don’t get enough sleep, or have dull skin around your eyes, no eye cream or cooling gel can change how your eyes look. Instead, you can make your eyes look bigger and brighter by using makeup in these 12 easy ways. It’s pretty easy, and you probably already have the things you need in your makeup drawer.
Get off to a Good Start
Shar-peis are cute. Puffy eyes with wrinkles are not. Sticky eye pads, like Calm, take care of redness and swelling in the eyes in five to ten minutes. Also, try dabbing a primer with silicone on your crow’s feet to soften and fill in lines.
Shape up your eyebrows
Arched eyebrows that have been groomed look good around the eyes. And anything that draws attention to the eyes will make them look bigger.
Your eyes can look smaller if you have dark circles under them. With the right one, a concealer can cover up dark spots and spots that aren’t the right color. It can also light up the eye area and make darker lashes stand out.
Make a Thin Line
Apply a thin line liquid liner along your upper lashes to make them look fuller and frame your eyes.
Make your waterline shine.
One of the most straightforward tips in the beauty bible is to use light-colored eyeliner to line your lower waterline. You can make a big difference with a white pencil liner, but we like a beige liner better because it looks more natural.
How to Mark Up Like a Pro
The highlighter doesn’t just bring your cheekbones to life. Use it on your brow bone, in the inner corners to make them look more prominent, and right in the middle of your lid to make your eyes stand out.
Use concealer strategically
Use concealer on the inside and outside corners of your eyes, which tend to look darker. You can draw the eyes forward by putting light in these places and making them look bigger.
Open your eyes
We all know that mascara dramatically affects how our eyes look. Finding the right style of false eyelashes for your eye shape is essential.
Don’t forget the line under your eyes.
Adding mascara to your lower lashes will make your eyes look bigger and more doe-like. You can use brown or if you prefer, colored mascara for a softer look. You can also make your eyes look longer by putting a little eyeliner on the outside corner of your lower lash line.
Figure out your crease
Whether you want a natural or smokey look, match your eyeshadow to your style and make sure your crease is clear. If you’re going for a “no-makeup-makeup” look, you can add depth to your eyes by using a light brown color in the crease. For a natural look, slowly build up the eye shadow with a soft, fluffy brush.
Conceal dark circles
Bright eyes make you look more awake and also make your eyes feel more open. Choose a concealer that is a shade or two lighter, or if you have dark circles, use a peach-toned concealer, which will cancel out purple undertones.
Eyeliner with wings can also make your eyes look bigger. If you have small eyes, you should avoid putting a lot of eyeliner on your upper lid because it can make your eyes look even smaller.