Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
-For the top eyeliner, it should be quite thin on the inner corner and start getting thicker around or just after the pupil and slightly slant up at the outer corner of your eye. Also I like to soften the edge of the liner by taking a small angle brush and putting a just bit of black shadow along it.
-When you want a more dramatic look add a little bit of black shadow to the outer corner shading on lash line and crease and making sure it all blends together well. the bottom picture has just a little bit of black on it but you can see where it is darker.
Monday, June 7, 2010
with a red tone blush.
Here's what I used:
Inner three quarters of eye lid up to the crease: Covergirl -French Vanilla
Outer corner and in crease: Merle Norman -Cappuccino
Just outer corner: Covergirl -Black
Under brow and on inner corner of eye: Almay -Mother Of Pearl (for a more dramatic look, which I did, put a white eye liner on inner corner of eye first and then blend with the light shadow)
Under the eye: Put a small amount of waterproof pencil liner right under lashes just on outer corner, then with a small angle brush blend the cappuccino shadow into to liner only on the outer half of the eye.
Inner half of under the eye: Cover girl -French Vanilla
Plus I added fake eyelashes just to the outer corner for more of a cat-eye look