Before we get started, let's check out the NG eye makeup tips that we tend to make mistakes in our everyday makeup!
Eyeliner that is too flashy and too thick!
Eyeliner is the part of the eye that makes a strong impression. It is the part that requires the most effort and is also the part that is most prone to failure. Of course, if you draw the eyeliner too thick, it will make the makeup look too thick and far from natural. Moreover, if the eyeliner is drawn thickly, the eye will be drawn to the eyeliner on the eyelid, and the eyes themselves will be made smaller by the contrast. For people with a double or a double-high eyelid, draw the eyeliner thin enough not to destroy the double width of the eye. If you have a single-layered eye, draw a thin line extending beyond the outer corner of the eye.
The once popular make-up style of framing the eyes has been gaining popularity again, but be careful not to use the old style, as it will be difficult to balance the natural make-up.
Shaggy and speckled! NG eyebrows!
In the case of eye makeup, the focus is on the eye area, but eyebrows should not be neglected either. First of all, eyebrows should be drawn after adjusting the flow of hairs. If you apply makeup while the eyebrows are shaggy, the color will not be applied properly and you will end up with speckled, unkempt eyebrows. In particular, eyebrows are located just above the eyes, so even if they are hidden by bangs, an uneven impression will be revealed.
If possible, it is recommended to use different eyebrow makeup items for the outer corner of the eye, the middle of the eyebrow, and the top of the eyebrow. Using a single pencil for all of your eyebrows can easily give an unnatural look.
NG eyeshadow with a clear border!
The color of the eyeshadow has a large impact on the eyes of natural makeup. Since you can't use too many flashy colors, you may want to use a gradation to create shades. However, if the border of the gradation is too sharp, it will look unnatural even when the eyes are open, so make sure to blur it out.
Let your own eyelashes come alive! Natural eye makeup
STEP1: Apply beige shadow all over.
Natural makeup is best done with beige, a classic and royal color, to blend in well. Apply the base shadow softly around the eyes. If you put it on the lower eyelid as well, it will naturally make the eyes look bigger. The eyelids of adults tend to look hollow and dull. Therefore, powder eyeshadows may not apply well. Therefore, we recommend using glow-type eyeshadows that adhere to the skin perfectly and produce natural color and luster.
STEP2: Use a middle color to tighten the crease of the eye.
After applying the base color, use a slightly darker beige or orange-brown shadow, the middle color in the eyeshadow palette, to trace the crease of the eye. After that, use a tip or your finger to blend the shadow to the double width of the eye. On the lower eyelid, just a little color at the corner of the eye is OK.
STEP3: Apply a luminous highlighter.
Apply a luminous highlighter to the center of the upper eyelid. At this time, make sure not to put too much highlight, but to put a small amount at a time, watching the balance of the color. After that, blur the highlight to create a natural gradation by spreading it to the left and right. On the lower eyelid, apply a luminous highlighter from the city to about two-thirds of the eye. At this point, it is best to use a fine, flat brush type eyeshadow brush to avoid mistakes. Also, if the glitter is too strong, it tends to give a youthful look, so choose a lamé with fine particles.
STEP4: Eyeliner should be thin, 2-3mm from the outer corner of the eye.
You can use any type of eyeliner you like, but if you want a softer look, a brown pencil is recommended. If you want to create a natural but neat impression, choose a liquid type. In either case, since the eye makeup is natural, be careful not to make the line too thick. Draw a line casually to fill in the space between the eyelashes, and draw a parallel line along the shape of the eye about 2 to 3 mm from the outer corner of the eye.
If you want to make the eyes look rounder and larger, draw a slightly thicker eyeliner just above the black eye. Then, draw a thicker line on the lower eyelid as well, but only on the area above the black eye. However, since using a liquid eyeliner will have a strong impact, it is best to use a pencil or dark eye shadow to subtly draw a line on the lower eyelid.
STEP5: Raise eyelashes from the root with an eyelash curler.
The use of an eyelash curler is important. Place the upper eyelid firmly on the curved part of the curler and press the lashes between the curler and the eyelid from the bottom up. Once the curler has caught the base of the eyelash, lift it upward while applying a slight pressure. Be careful not to apply too much pressure. After that, move the curler slightly from the root to the tip of the lashes and apply less pressure than before to gently curl the lashes.
If you find it difficult to raise your lashes, you may need to rethink your curler. Check to see if the curve of the curler fits well with your eyelid and if the rubber of the curler is elastic.
STEP6: Use a base mascara to enhance the holding power.
Use a base mascara before applying mascara. Since natural eye makeup cannot be enhanced with color or eyeliner, the lashes themselves directly affect the strength of the eyes. To create a flamboyant impression, the lashes must stay up for a long time. Use a transparent base mascara to enhance the holding power of the lashes, then use a long-type mascara to subtly add length to the lashes.
Natural eyes express unadorned beauty.
There are times when you want to put on full makeup and get into the spirit of things. But there are also days when you just want to relax and be yourself. However, it is hard to feel confident with a plain, unkempt appearance. What adult women are looking for now is a natural beauty with the right balance. Why not start by expressing your unadorned beauty from the eyes?