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From office chic to a night on the town, follow these tutorials for eye makeup looks for every occasion.
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This simple natural look is perfect for a professional setting.
Prep your lids with concealer or primer before applying any kind of shadow.
Using a crease brush, blend a light brown or dark mauve shadow into your creases and just above.
Pack a highlighting shade into the inner corners of your lids, then use a crease brush to blend the two colors together.
Use gunmetal gray on the outer third of your eyelids and then blend it out for a smooth finish. For a more dramatic eye, add more gunmetal gray, blend and repeat until you are satisfied with the look.
Apply a light brown shade to the outer half of your lower lash line.
Use a highlighting shade on your brow bone to make the look pop.
Use a brown liquid liner to tightline the upper lash and finish with a small wing.
Apply a lengthening mascara to the upper lashes.
This shimmery look will make your eyes pop whether you're at dinner or in the club.
Brush a light brown or dark mauve shade over the entire eyelid and brow bone.
Using a highlighting shade, brighten up your creases and blend into the brown.
Use a reddish brown shadow on the outer half of the lids and blend through the crease.
Pack a shimmery gold shadow over the entire lid.
Use a highlighter to brighten up the inner corner of your eyes and your brow bones.
Using a black gel eyeliner, create a bold line and wing on the upper lids.
Brush shimmery gold along the bottom lash line.
Finish with volumizing mascara or false lashes.
A smoky eye doesn't have to be the toughest look to pull off. Follow these steps to nail this trend.
Use a highlighting shade to brighten up your brow bones.
Apply black shadow to the lash line and then blend up until it covers about one-third of the lid.
With a medium tapered brush, continue blending the black shadow to fade it up into the crease.
Apply a bronzing tone in the crease and blend until it’s soft and fades into the black.
Apply a dark brown or gray shadow along the lower lash line.
Finish with mascara or false lashes.
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