Before applying new makeup, the eyelids and eyelashes should be cleaned of the remnants of the old makeup.
Then examine the shape of the eyebrows and, if necessary, correct it.
Always be careful to remove hair only under and between the eyebrows and do not overdo it.
To achieve the appropriate shape, determine the start, end and end point and remove any hairs that deviate from the desired shape.
To do this, place a thin brush at the end of the nostril in a straight line to the inner corner of the eye.
The brush handle shows the starting point of the eyebrow above the inner corner of the eye.
To determine the highest point, place the brush at the end of the nostril – when looking forward, the handle should pass diagonally through the middle of the pupil.
To the highest point, the eyebrow goes up and from there curves down.
If you point the brush from the end of the nostril to the outer corner of the eye, its handle shows the exact end of the eyebrow.
If you want to give the lashes a bigger curve, shape them with an eyelash curler before applying mascara.
For more voluminous lashes, place the mascara brush near the edge of the lashes.
Then, with light zigzag movements, pull towards the top to better shape the lashes.
To optically increase the distance between the closer eyes, apply a lighter tone of eye shadow in the inner corner of the eye, and a darker shade in the outer corner of the eye and spread it slightly outwards.
For more distant eyes, do not spread the eye shadows outside the outer corner of the eye, but draw the color in a round shape to the top of the eyelid so that the eye does not look so elongated.
Apply a dark color in the inner corner of the eye and outline the lower edge of the lashes with a dark pencil.