Here are the different eye shapes.
- Like an oval face is the ideal face shape, almond eyes are the ideal eyes.
- Close set eyes are less that one eye width apart and wide set are more than one eye apart.
- Hooded eyes often come with age as the skin becomes loose, but it can also be hereditary.
- Deep set are deep in the socket compared to others, the brows can often protrude??? a little bit.
So now you have figured out what shape you are you may be wondering, what the heck do I do now?
Well, my lovely, I am going to tell you the best way to apply eyeshadow and liner to help you achieve the best looking eyes in the room.
Wide Set Eyes - add a shade/darker colour in > shape on the outside of your eye into the crease line and also in the corner of your eye to detract attention from the space in-between and make your eyes appear closer together.
Downturned Eyes - The focus for this is to shade up and out. Apply and blend eye shadow to the crease line in the outer 2/3 of the eye and apply eyeliner to the upper lash line. This will make the eye appear less downturned.
Almond Eyes - Any eye technique will work on this eye shape.
Close Set Eyes - Use light colours on the inner corners and extend the eyeshadow out with darker colours to make the eye appear elongated and further apart.
Protruding/Prominent Eyes - Using medium to dark matte colours you are going to shade the eye.
Hooded Eyes - Use matte colours in medium to dark and keep it simple.
Deep Set Eyes - Apply light colours on the lid and a deep colour in the crease and just above the crease blending up and out.
Asian Eyes - Highlight on lid and brow bone and elongate eyeshadow with a darker shade.
Hope I helped you guys, sorry I haven't posted much I have been away and busy studying.