Beginners to Pro | EYESHADOW for Every EYE SHAPE | Best eye makeup for your eyes!

Beginners to Pro | EYESHADOW for Every EYE SHAPE | Best eye makeup for your eyes!

Hello peachies, welcome back to dear peachie! They say that eyes are the windows to the soul,    so why not adorn these windows with colors  and create stunning eye makeup looks?     If you’re new to makeup, applying eye  shadow might feel overwhelming.    Which shade to apply first? Where should  you apply the shades on your eyelid?    Why does your eye makeup look messy?  The confusion continues…    Eye shadows have the power to transform your  makeup game, but it’s crucial to know the correct    application techniques to lift and define your  eyes. Mastering the art of eye shadow involves    a few key steps: applying eye shadow according to  the shape of your eyes, adding the right shade to    the right place to add dimension to the entire  look, and blending everything seamlessly. Once you’ve mastered the basics of eye shadow  application, you can explore and adapt various    techniques to shape your eyes according to your  desired style. There are countless methods and    styles to experiment with, allowing you to create  unique and personalized eye makeup looks.  So let’s tackle those questions that keep popping  up from your mind! And let’s get to know more    about how different eye shadow placement can  do wonders in enhancing your eye shape! In this video, we’ve got you covered  from the functions of different eye    shadow shades and brushes to the proper  placements and application techniques.    We’ll even address the common mistakes  that beginners often make.    Keep on watching to amp up your eye  shadow game from novice to pro!    The video is divided into several parts, please  refer to the following sections according to    their timestamps. ___    Do many beginners believe that a good look can  only be achieved with vibrant and colorful eye    shadows, similar to the one shown here? Actually, if you take a closer look at    well-executed eye makeup, you’ll realize that  the structure of the eye shadow is far more    important than the choice or the intensity of  the colors. Hence, eye shadow is not simply    about stacking different shades together. A truly stunning eye makeup look not only makes    your eyes more captivating but also enhances  their shape according to your unique eye shape.    Therefore, it’s essential to consider your eye  shape when applying eye makeup, rather than    just focusing on layering colors.  When creating your everyday eye look,    remember to prioritize “subtle colors  and a well-defined structure.”    If we were to illustrate the purpose  of applying eye makeup as a pyramid,    we would see that the foundation, the base level,  represents the most important objective.     That objective is to enhance and  emphasize the expression of our eyes.    The primary purpose of eye makeup is to make our  eyes look more alert, vibrant, and captivating.    By enhancing our eyes, we can also improve  our overall complexion and create a more    polished and put-together appearance. Once you have mastered the basic skills to    create a simple eye look that enhances your eyes,  it’s time to take your game to the next level.    Now, you can start considering  adapting your current skillset to    better complement your eye shape.  You will start to explore different    application techniques that allow you to play with  various styles and shapes for your eyes.     For example, you can experiment with techniques  that make your eyes appear longer, rounder, or    even more lifted. By diversifying your techniques  and styles, you can truly enhance your eye    features and create stunning looks that suit your  unique eye shape and personal preferences.    Lastly, at the top level of the pyramid,  we reach the ultimate goal for makeup pros.    Having learned all the techniques to  enhance and even transform your eye shape,    you now have the ability to build  your own unique style and preferences.    This is where you can truly shine and  create your signature makeup look.    By looking at this pyramid, have you been able to  determine at which level you currently stand?    Comment down below to let us know! ________    When it comes to eye shadow, it’s not limited  to just powder formulas. There are also cream    and liquid formulas available. Each of  these formulas has its own unique features    and suitability for different purposes. One of the great things about powder formula is    the wide variety of colors and finishes available,  allowing you to create diverse makeup looks.    You can also layer the powder to  create more dimensions and depth.     Another advantage is that it’s easy to control and  pick up the product on your brush or applicator.    However, be cautious not to use  too much product, as it can lead to    fallout and excess powder on your lid.  The good side is that powder eye shadows are    suitable for everyone, whether you’re a beginner  or an experienced makeup enthusiast.    One of the standout features of cream eye  shadows is their soft and smooth texture,    which makes them incredibly easy to blend. They  offer excellent color payoff without any fallout,    giving you intense and vibrant eye looks.     However, it’s worth mentioning that cream eye  shadows can be a bit trickier for beginners.    They require a certain level of skill  and technique during application to    achieve the best results. Cream eye shadows are particularly    well-suited for those who have mastered  specific application techniques.     One of the standout features of liquid  eye shadow is their ability to provide    a glossy and hydrated finish, adding a  touch of luminosity to your eyes.     The texture is incredibly delicate and  lightweight, making it a breeze to apply.    Not only that, but liquid eye shadows also  offer impressive longevity, ensuring your    eye makeup stays put for hours. However,they tend to dry quickly,    which can make blending a bit challenging  and may result in uneven application.     Liquid eye shadows are best suited for those  who have mastered eye makeup techniques and    consider themselves experienced. If you’re an eye  makeup enthusiast who loves to experiment and has    a knack for precision, liquid eye shadows can be  a fantastic addition to your beauty arsenal.    …….. Eye shadow colors can be simplified    into four main types: base color, transition  color, deepening color, and highlighter.     A standard four-color eye shadow palette is often    recommended for beginners as it offers  a well-balanced selection of shades.    These palettes typically include the 4  types of shade mentioned just now.     This pre-selected color combination makes  it easier and quicker for beginners to    apply their eye shadow and achieve  a cohesive eye makeup look.    First up, we have the Base Color. This  is the lightest shade in your palette,    usually matching your skin tone or a soft neutral  shade like peach or beige. It serves as the    foundation for your eye shadow look, creating  a smooth and even canvas on your eyelids.    Moving on to the Transition Color. This  shade is slightly deeper than the base    color and acts as the main color for your  eye shadow look. Applied to the crease area,    it adds depth and dimension, giving  your eyes a captivating effect.    The deepening color. This is a darker  shade than the transition color,    meant to create a gradient effect from light to  dark. Applying this color to the outer corner    and crease of your eyes adds definition and  brings depth to your overall eye makeup.    Last but not least, we have the Highlighter.  This shade is typically shimmery,    with noticeable shimmer particles. It’s perfect  for accentuating specific areas of your eyes,    such as the inner corners or brow bone, creating  a luminous and eye-catching effect.    By understanding these color classifications, you  can strategically choose and apply eye shadows    to enhance your eyes and achieve  your desired makeup style.     ……… If you’re a makeup beginner,    eye shadow palette with no more than four colors  will be recommended as your top choice.     This is because buying too many shades, can lead  to waste if you’re unsure how to pair them or feel    intimidated by using certain unique colors.  one thing we’ve noticed is that multi-color eye    shadow palettes often end up gathering dust on  our makeup shelves. It’s such a shame because    there are so many beautiful shades in  there that we never get to use!    So, here’s a tip when it comes to choosing  eyeshadow colors: try to stick to the same color    family. It makes things so much easier!  For example, you can go for a combination of    deeper and lighter shades within the earthy  tones. Think browns, taupes, and beiges.    They blend together effortlessly and  create a natural and versatile look.    Another option is to go for colors that  are similar and complement each other.    How about playing around with different shades  of brown or reddish-browns? They can add depth    and warmth to your eye makeup. Earthy-toned eye shadows are the best    friends of newbies in the makeup world. It is super versatile and easy to work with.    They work great on any skin type and  do not make your eyes look puffy.    It’s perfect for those everyday looks when  you want to keep it fresh and subtle.    However, single color eye shadows  are not recommended either.     Why? Well, it’s because when you’re still  getting familiar with color combinations,    it’s easy to make some questionable choices  and end up with an incohesive look.     Plus, if you buy a bunch of single eye  shadows without knowing how to pair them up,    they might just end up sitting in  a drawer, collecting dust!    So, advice for beginners is to start  with eye shadow palettes that offer    a variety of complementary shades.  This way, you’ll have a range of colors that are    specifically curated to work together. It takes  the guesswork out of the equation and makes it    much easier to create stunning eye looks. ____________    Eye shadow is all about serving our eyes  and making them look their absolute best.    And to achieve that, it’s important to have a  good understanding of the structure of our eyes.    That way, we can apply eye shadow in all the right  places to maximise the beauty of our eyes!     When it comes to the structure of our  eyes, there are two aspects to consider:    the vertical structure and the  horizontal structure.     Let’s start with the vertical structure.  This refers to the different areas of our    eyes from top to bottom, such as the brow bone,  eyelid, crease, lash line and under-eye area.    These areas have their own significance  when it comes to widening your eyes.    Now, let’s move on to the horizontal  structure. This refers to the left and    right sides of our eyes, which includes the  inner lid, middle of the lid and outer lid.    If you wish to elongate your eyes, here are  the areas that you need to work on.    If you’re still unsure where these areas are  located, The easiest way to locate the crease    area is to directly get hands-on with it.  You can start by using your fingertips to    feel the position of your eyeball beneath  your eyelid. Gently press your fingers and    locate the slight indentation between  your eyeball and your brow bone.    By doing this, you’ll be able to identify  the area where the eyeshadow should be    applied. ———–    When it comes to applying eyeshadow,    there are different techniques you can try  to achieve various eye makeup looks.     In this section, let’s explore the fundamental  theory behind eyeshadow application and discover    how different placements of shades can enhance  the overall appearance of your eyes.    In the world of eye makeup, makeup artists often  employ two main approaches based on the structure    of the eyes: the “upper-lower structure” and  the “left-right structure” techniques.     The “upper-lower structure” technique, also known  as the vertical application method. This method    is all about creating a gradient effect on your  eyelid, where the eyeshadow colors transition from    dark to light, helping the eyes to appear wider,  enhancing the depth and allure of your eyes.    If you’re a makeup newbie, the monochromatic  gradient technique is your best friend.    It’s super easy to pull off and gives  beautiful results. Here’s how to do it:    Grab a flat eyeshadow brush and dip it into  a light-colored eyeshadow of your choice.    Start applying the eyeshadow at the roots  of your lashes and gently blend it upward.    The key is to create a smooth  transition where the color is    more intense near the lash line and gradually  fades towards the outer edges.    There is another technique within the “upper-lower  structure” method called the dual-color gradient    technique. This technique involves using two  eyeshadow colors to create a more pronounced    transition and can also help reduce any  puffiness or swelling around the eyes.    When adding layers of eyeshadow to create depth,  it’s best to use a smaller eyeshadow brush.    Start by applying the first shade at the  roots of your lashes and blend it upward.    This forms the base layer of your eyeshadow. Next, choose a second eyeshadow color that    complements the first one. Apply it at the lash  line to ensure a seamless transition between    the two shades. Use gentle blending motions  to create a natural gradient effect.    The three-color gradient technique  is a wonderful way to create a more    pronounced layering effect and  add richness to your eye makeup.    With this method, you can achieve a captivating  blend of colors that enhances your eyes.    Choose three eyeshadow shades that  complement each other and vary in intensity.    Apply the shades from the lightest, medium and  darkerst order using the same method mentioned    just now to add depth to your eyes. On the other hand, the left-right structure,    also known as the horizontal application method,  offers a variety of possibilities when it comes to    eyeshadow placement. By arranging colors from left  to right in different intensities, you can create    unique eye makeup looks with varying effects. One of the techniques included in the horizontal    application method is the  Backward shift technique.    It is called backward shift, as this  technique shifts the focus of the eye    makeup towards the back of the eyes, which  is at the outer corner of the eye.     Its main purpose is to elongate the eye shape  and create the illusion of more distance between    the eyes, making it particularly suitable  for individuals with closer-set eyes.    To apply this technique, you can use  3 eyeshadow shades with varying tones.    Apply the lightest, then medium and  followed by darkest the last.    Blend it along the outer corner of your eye,  following the natural curve when your eyes    are closed. Gradually lighten the color as  you blend it towards the outer edge.    By extending the darkest eyeshadow beyond the  outer corner, you can create a subtle elongation    effect that enhances the shape of your eyes. With this technique, you can create a makeup look    with lightest, medium to darkest  intensity from the inner corner,    middle of lid and outer corner.  The forward shift technique does the opposite,    it focuses on the inner corner of the eye  and helps create a three-dimensional effect,    giving the appearance of a higher  and more defined nose bridge.     It is particularly suitable for individuals  with wider-set eyes, as it visually narrows    the space between the eyes. It’s important to  note that using colors that are not too dark    is key to achieving a harmonious look. To apply this technique, place the emphasis    of your eyeshadow on the inner corner of  your eye. Start from the inner corner and    blend the eyeshadow towards the bridge of your  nose, eye socket, and outer corner of the eye.    Use eyeshadows of varying depths to create  a sense of dimension and layering.    Next, the segmental blending technique  focuses on creating depth and dimension    in the eye makeup by using darker eye  shadow shades in the front and back    segments and a lighter shade  in the middle segment.     The middle of the lid is often  highlighted with a shimmery shade.    The goal is to enhance the three-dimensional  appearance of the eyes.     This technique is well-suited for individuals with  double eyelids or hooded eyes. However, it may not    be the best choice for those with puffy or swollen  eyelids, as it can accentuate the puffiness.    Makeup is a form of self-expression, and  there is no one-size-fits-all approach.    It’s essential to break away from the traditional  methods and start understanding the purpose behind    each step and placement of shades. Gone are the days of blindly following    others without questioning why certain  shades are placed where they are.     Every dab of eyeshadow, every  brushstroke should serve a purpose,    and you should be aware of the objectives you  want to achieve with your makeup look.     Once you grasp the concept of how shades with  different depths can impact your overall look    when applied to different areas of your eyes,  you’ll gain a better understanding of the    purpose behind each shade and the rationale  behind their specific placements in various    eyeshadow techniques. ———    Now that we have a solid understanding of the  theories behind eyeshadow application, let’s    dive into the most basic and beginner-friendly  4-step eyeshadow technique. This technique is easy    and quick, making it perfect for beginners who are  just starting to explore the world of makeup.    We will start with the lightest  shade, or the base color.   

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