Choosing the Right Eye Makeup for Your Eye Shape

Choosing the Right Eye Makeup for Your Eye Shape
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Introduction

There’s a reason beauty brands always show you how their product will look on your eye shape. The shape of your eyes plays an important role in how makeup looks on you, and it can help determine which products will work best for you. Eye shapes vary from almond-shaped to round, with each one having unique characteristics that affect the way products are applied. To find out which eye makeup works best for you, check out this helpful guide!

Almond-shaped eyes:

Almond-shaped eyes are almond-shaped. They’re a little wider than they are deep, but not so wide that the eyeliner looks like it’s going to fall off. An almond eye shape can be either wide or narrow, but either way, it’s best suited for smoky eye looks and cat eye flicks–the former because of their ability to make your eyes look larger and more dramatic; the latter because they’ll draw attention toward your upper lash line rather than making your lower lid look smaller (which would happen if you had a straight-across lid).

Round eyes:

If you have round eyes, your best bet is to use light colors. A dark shade on the outer corners will make them appear smaller, so avoid that and opt for a more neutral tone instead. You can also go with a lighter color in the inner corners of your eyes to make them appear wider and brighter.

For example:

  • Apply a light shade of eye shadow all over the lid (but not under).
  • Use a darker color on the outer corners of each eye with an angled brush or sponge applicator (this will help create definition). Be sure not to blend this too much so it still looks like a distinct line when blended out!
  • Apply some neutral color in between those two areas–it should be somewhere between matte/satin finish depending on what type suits you best! This step is optional but recommended if possible since it helps balance out everything else better than just using one shade alone would do alone without anything else added into account first before even starting off by itself without any other additions made beforehand either…

Deep-set eyes:

If you have deep-set eyes, try using a light shade of eyeshadow that’s one or two shades darker than your natural skin tone. This will bring out the color in your eyes and make them look bigger. If you want to make them look smaller, use a dark eyeliner instead.

When it comes to mascara, deep-set eyes benefit from using both black and brown mascaras–the black mascara will give them length while the brown gives definition at the base of each lash (or both!).

There are five main eye shapes, and each one calls for a different makeup approach.

The five main eye shapes are almond, round, deep-set, close-set and wide-set. You can find out which one you have by looking in the mirror or taking a selfie and comparing it to these photos.

Here’s what each shape calls for:

Conclusion

We hope that this guide has helped you to understand your eye shape and how it affects the way you wear makeup. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below.

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