How To Do Makeup On Woc



The classic smokey eye never goes out of style and suits everyone. Take a gunmetal gray color and apply it all along the crease of the eyes, blending as you go. Apply the same color to the outside of the lower lash line and brow bone to create a highlighted glow. Apply it to your upper lashes first, and then a quick coat to your bottom lashes.

Avoid shades that overpower your natural spark and limit the darker shadows to the crease, to amplify the look. Really focus this darker color in your crease so you aren't going too high up toward the brow bone or too far down your lid. To create a sexy, smoldering effect, look no further than deep cobalt blue, especially for brown eyes.

Flirty, romantic bridal makeup look with shades of pink and peach juxtaposed with a dark, but natural cat eye. Cover your eyelid with a purple-navy eyeshadow using a flat brush and blend well. Now draw a thick line along the upper lashes with a dark brown eyeliner and gently smudge, fading the color upward.

Natural colors look amazing with every eye color. Apply primer or concealer on your eyelids to prevent fall out and increase the staying power of the shadow. Instead of starting with your medium shade, take your darkest eyeshadow and use your brush to sweep it along the entirety of your upper lash line.

Avoid using more than two coats of mascara so that you don't create unsightly clumps and lumps in your lashes. Be sure to blend it at the inside corners with your highlighter, so that there isn't a harsh divide between the two colors. Use a smudging brush to create a soft, smokey effect on the lower lashline.

Using a brown eyeshadow, work into the crease of your eye for a harsh contrast. Step 3: Blend a neutral, medium brown eyeshadow with a matte effect in the crease of your eyes (Fawn from ABH). The medium browns allow great variety with makeup, as all the colors mentioned above can be worn without hesitation.

Curl your lashes and apply mascara. Apply a thick coat of mascara after curling your lashes. Finish off the look by lining the eyes with dark eyeliner plus lots of black mascara. Line your lower lashline with the copper eyeshadow. Moving to the upper and lower waterline, define them with your kohl or eyeliner pencil.

For more of a cool-toned, brown smokey eye, opt for shades of brown that have a taupe or grey undertone to them. You can use a bold black liquid liner for a dramatic look or, for a softer look, a deep brown pencil is also a great match. Take another very small, soft brush and gently blend the two eyeshadow liner colors together under your lashline.

With a black eyeliner pencil, color your eyelid leaving a gap at the center, as seen in the image. I've picked up a smaller, round eyeshadow brush for this shade, because I don't want this color in as much area as the previous colors. Follow this up with a lighter color and apply it all over the eyelid, ending right beneath the crease.

Define your lower lashline with an angular brush using both green and black makeup for WOC eyeshadow. Line your lower waterline and lashline with a black eyeliner pencil. Use your liquid eyeliner to line your upper lashline along the traced area for more precision. Line your lower waterline using a black eyeliner pencil.

You don't have to be a makeup pro or a beauty guru to achieve big, bold and gorgeous eyes. Use a pale lilac color and run the brush all along the crease of the eyes, taking care to blend the edge of gold into the soft lilac color. Almond brown and cream colors are always a good natural looking smoky eye look for green eyes.

Natural colors look amazing with every eye color. Apply primer or concealer on your eyelids to prevent fall out and increase the staying power of the shadow. Instead of starting with your medium shade, take your darkest eyeshadow and use your brush to sweep it along the entirety of your upper lash line.

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