Eye shadow can be used to provide depth and dimension to the eyes, to compliment the color of the eyes, to make the eyes look larger, or simply to bring attention to the eyes. Eye shadow comes in a variety of shades and textures.
It is often in powder form, although it can also be found in liquid, pencil, cream, or mousse form. This post will teach natural eye makeup and beginners’ looks and show you 10 professional eye makeup looks.
Professional Eye Makeup Looks
In this article, we will show you the 10 best eye makeup looks:
Everyday Eyes Look
Everyday eye makeup is the easiest and quickest to do, using only Kajal and a light coating of eyeliner.
Nude Eyeshadow Look
The following video will define this Nude eyeshadow look:
Cat Eyes Look
Cat-eye makeup can give you a chic look and has been trendy since the 1990s. You must use a lot of eyeliner around the edges of your eyes.
Winged Eyeliner Look
The following video will define this winged eyeliner look:
Cut Crease Eye Look
This eye look creates a crease on the upper eyelid and applies eye shadow to the lower eyelid.
Smokey Eyes Look
Smokey eye makeup is really popular right now, and it should be used when the rest of your makeup is kept to a minimum. Apply a darker shadow, such as black or grey, to your eyes and blend it correctly. This eye makeup is stunning in this professional eye makeup look.
Shimmery Eyes Look
This look requires putting shimmery eye shadow or glitter on your eyelid area; this look is appropriate for events.
White Subtle Sparkle Eye Look
The following video will define this White subtle sparkle-eye look:
Gradient Eyes Look
These are the nicest professional eye makeup looks, and gradient eyes look quite popular these days. It requires applying two distinct eye colors, one lighter at the start and one a little darker at the end.
The following video will define this eye-popping look:
Natural Eye Makeup Tutorial
For Professional Eye Makeup Looks, to apply natural eye makeup follow these easy steps:
- Firstly, Apply Eye primer and concealer to the eyes.
- Applying your lightest eyeshadow in the white or cream shade on the inner lid.
- Apply a golden coral eyeshadow above the crease with an angled shadow brush, going from the center to the outer lid.
- Using a pointed shadow brush, apply a matte hazelnut brown shade just through the lid crease.
- Blend the three colors together gently.
- Using a fine-point eyeliner brush, line the top lash line with a chocolate brown shadow.
- Smudge the outer upper lid with the same dark brown shadow to provide definition.
- Line the outer lower lash line with the same brush and method as in Step 5.
- Smudge black shadow along the top lash line for a more dramatic effect.
- Finish with two coats of mascara, and you’re done! A lovely natural makeup look for any occasion!
Beginners Eye Makeup Tutorial
Begin with High-Quality Makeup Brushes
Famous artists don’t finger paint for a reason: it’s much more difficult to make a masterpiece without the necessary instruments. The same is true when applying makeup. Invest in a few high-quality cosmetic brushes to ensure an even, accurate, and hygienic makeup application. However, you can purchase good ones without spending your entire income.
Apply an Eyeshadow Base to the Lid
Select your favorite eyeshadow palette and sweep your best base shade on your eyelid with your eyeshadow brush. Depending on the style you want, add this base color all the way up to your brow bone in preparation for a more dramatic smokey eye, or stop at the crease of your eye for a more simple, daily look.
In the latter situation, here’s a foolproof tip: when your eyes are open, apply the color in the crease of your eye and move down toward the lash line. You’ll never overshoot your crease or wind up with sloppy lines this way.
In the Crease of the Eye, Place a Deeper Shadow
When dark shades attract light, using a deeper tone of shadow in the crease of the eye makes your eyes pop by adding depth and dimension in just the perfect place. To get the style, dip a domed brush, such as e.l.f. Dip the Blending Brush into a dark shadow and brush it down the eye socket, following the shape of the eye between the brow bone and the eyelid.
No matter what color your eyes are, a rich brown like Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Thunderbird is a universally attractive choice. When your eyes are open, your upper lid covers the majority of your mobile lid if you have hooded eyes. That means you’ll have to practice with other, higher places for crease shadow because if you just apply it around the eye socket, the color will fade as you open your eyes.
Instead, start with your eyes open and use your brush to indicate where you want the dark color to appear. Then, shut your eyes and blend across, smoothing down any harsh lines and concentrating pigment in a “V” shape on the outermost corner of the eye.
Correctly placed eyeliner can make your lashes appear fuller. If you don’t like eyeliner, you can get a similar effect (that’s simpler to remove!) using a super-dark eyeshadow. Apply the dark color using a flat, short-bristled brush around the margins of your upper eyelid, where your eyelashes begin, and down the lower lash line. If you want to use liner on your waterline (the innermost rim of your eye), the bristles can hurt your eye, so sketch this line with one of our favorite waterproof eyeliners.
Highlight Your Brow bone and Apply Mascara
By using a shimmery light eyeshadow or pencil on your brow bone, you may make your brows stand out and provide lift. To brighten things up, apply the same pearly light shade to the inner corner of the eye. Finish with a couple of coats of our favorite mascara, and you’re ready.