I am finally here to share to you my next Photo-torial look! An eye makeup look that would work really well if you have droopy eyes! Of course, even if you don't, you can still rock this look!
Thankfully, I can really relate on this because I do have "slight" droopy eyes! So on days I want to create some "lift", I do this trick! Of course, feel free to use different eyeshadow shades depending on your mood! Well, my mood is on the Romantic side so I whipped out my Sleek Make up I-Divine Vintage Romance Palette.
And here's the look I created just for YOU :D
As much as you and I are both tempted to do our foundation routine, skip this step as the eye make up application could be a bit messy! So let's jump on using a cream shadow to make the eyeshadow shades appear more vibrant and long lasting.
For this tutorial, I used Maybelline Color Tattoo 24 in shade 55 Inked in Pink.
Apply this all over the lid. Applying even on the inner corner of the eyes for some highlighting.
Use a surgical tape or any tape available. I picked this type of tape because I have sensitive skin, and this won't stick as much as the regular tapes!
Line your tape from the end of your lash line and connect it to the end of your brows.
I picked a matte neutral pink shade to deepen the look of my crease and to lessen the "Shimmery" cream shadow that was applied earlier. I used Tony Moly's Eyetone Matte shadow in shade M05.
With a pencil brush, apply Honeymoon in Hollywood, a medium deep purplish shade from the I-Divine Vintage Romance Palette (swatches of the palette HERE), and apply all over the crease. Use a separate clean blending brush to blend out harsh edges.
Create more "vavavoom" in your eye makeup by adding any black shadow on the outer-v. I picked a sparkling black shadow from the same palette called Love in London. Apply more if you want more drama.
Some may prefer to apply liner while the tape is still there, in my case, I prefer to remove the tape...
And apply eyeliner afterwards because I want to adjust how "winged" I like my liner to look! I used the easiest liner to "wing" --- the Benefit They're Real Push Up Liner in Black.
Since everything look a bit too dark for my liking, I highlighted the center of my "mobile lid" with Pretty In Paris shade from the same palette. Since I wanted more punch and drama on my lower lashline, I applied black eyeliner pencil on the waterline from K-Palette.
Note: Don't forget to apply eyeshadow on the lower lashline using the same 2 shades used on your eyelid! This step is very important to create a more "complete and even" eye make up look.
Clean up the brow bone area by using a concealer or foundation similar to your skin tone.
Since my eye make up is quite strong, I picked a natural looking blush. The ArtDeco Emilio De La Morena Blush Couture. Picked my favorite pink lipstick from Mac called Please Me.
My droopy eyes look lifted!
Got this flower crown from Happy Skin launch so I've decided to use it instead! :D
As much as I would love to share more serious looking photos (I should so you can see how the eye make up can lift my overall look)....
I can't help but share you my big huge smile!!!! Have a wonderful day and I hope my photo-torial is helpful!!!
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