Eye Make-Up Dos and Don’ts: Essential Rules for Stunning Results

Eye Make-Up Dos and Don'ts: Essential Rules for Stunning Results
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Introduction

You’ve probably been told that the eyes are the windows to the soul. But what if your eyes aren’t looking as gorgeous as they should? The truth is, eye makeup can make or break your look. You might have heard that it’s best to avoid wearing too much mascara because it can clump together on your lashes and make them look unnatural. Or maybe you’ve wondered whether it’s better to use liquid liner with a brush or pencil…given all these options, how do you know which one is right for you?

Don’t use cheap eye makeup.

When it comes to your eyes, you should never cut corners. Cheap eye makeup can be a huge waste of money and time, not to mention that it won’t give you the same results as high-end products do. The reason: cheap products tend to be harder to work with, which means that even if you’re following all the steps correctly (which we will go over below), the end result might not look as good as what you could have achieved if using better quality makeup.

A lot of cheap brands also use harsh chemicals in their formulas that irritate sensitive skin and cause breakouts or redness around the eyes–not exactly ideal! Some may even contain lead or other toxins that are detrimental to health over time when applied directly onto delicate facial tissue every day for years on end like many women do every morning before work or school each week throughout their entire lives…and beyond!

Do get a good eyeliner brush.

This is one of the most important tools in your make-up kit, and it’s worth investing in a high-quality one that will give you better results. Good brushes are flexible and easy to control, so they’re easier to use (and clean). They also have fine tips that allow you to create a thin line as well as thick strokes without skipping or smudging.

Do brush on liquid liner before you apply mascara.

Brush on liquid liner before you apply mascara for a more precise application and better results.

Liquid liner will help keep your lashes separated, preventing them from clumping together. It also prevents mascara from smudging and running under the eyes during the day, which can make you look tired and washed out in photos.

Don’t just layer on mascara; let it dry completely in between coats.

This will prevent clumping, which can make your lashes look fake and unnatural.

  • Letting your mascara dry for about 5 seconds in between each coat ensures that all of your lashes have been coated with product and gives them an even, uniform appearance.

Do apply false lashes with care.

  • Use a lash adhesive. This is the most important step in applying false lashes, so don’t skip it! If you don’t use an adhesive, it’s almost impossible to get the false lashes as close to your natural lashes as possible without them falling off during the day or night.
  • Apply the false lashes with care. Once you’ve applied an adhesive and gotten them as close as possible to where they should be (without being uncomfortable), hold them there until they dry completely–this could take anywhere from 5 seconds to 30 minutes depending on which kind of glue you choose and how thickly coated it is with product.

Don’t put too much mascara on your eyelashes in the first place, because this can cause them to clump together and make you look like a raccoon (not attractive!).

If you want more volume, wait for your first coat of mascara to dry before applying another one. You can also use a primer beforehand as well; I like using Urban Decay’s Eyeshadow Primer Potion ($20). This helps keep my eye shadow from creasing throughout the day and makes it last longer without rubbing off onto my cheeks or clothes when I blink!

Don’t forget to curl your lashes every time you apply mascara — it will help open up your eyes and make them look larger and more open.

Curling your lashes is a must. It’s a simple step that can make a huge difference in how much longer and fuller your eyelashes look, as well as help open up the eyes for more youthful-looking results.

There are two methods for curling: with an eyelash curler or with an old toothbrush (or clean mascara wand). The latter method works best if you already have long lashes; otherwise, it’s best to use an eyelash curler instead of trying to curl them on their own without any help from tools or products.

Make sure to curl both top and bottom lashes — not just one set! You want all of them curled so they’re uniform in length throughout their entire shape; if one set is shorter than another, it’ll look weird when you apply mascara later on down below where those shorter ones are located at their base level near where they meet up with skin around each eye socket area…

Do use an eyelash curler before applying mascara so that your eyeshadow lasts longer without any smudging or running.

Eyelash curlers are a must-have for anyone who wants to keep their eye makeup looking fresh throughout the day. They open up the lashes and help to keep eyeshadow in place. An eyelash curler is a great investment as it’s easy to use and affordable, so you can buy one even if you’re on a budget!

These tips will help you create gorgeous eyes when using both products and techniques

If you want your eye makeup to last all day, use a primer before applying any other products. Primers help keep color in place and prevent it from creasing or fading throughout the day.

A good quality brush is essential for applying eyeshadow. If your brush isn’t soft enough, it can cause damage to your eyelids and lashes as well as make blending difficult when trying to create a natural look with multiple shades of shadow on the lid (the area above and below your iris). When using liquid liner, brush it along upper lash line before applying mascara so that both products stay fresh longer–mascara tends to run over time if applied directly underneath a line of black liquid eyeliner! When applying false lashes for special occasions such as weddings/parties/etc., always use glue designed specifically for this purpose–other adhesives may irritate eyes or cause allergic reactions due their ingredients being different than those used by professional makeup artists who specialize in creating stunning looks involving false eyelashes! And finally… don’t put too much mascara onto each individual lash because doing so makes them stick together rather than stay separate like they should normally look like when viewed head-on while wearing no mascara whatsoever.”

Conclusion

If you’re looking for eye makeup tips and tricks, we’ve got them here. Don’t forget to follow these dos and don’ts when applying your eyeshadow, mascara or eyeliner so that it lasts longer and looks more beautiful!

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