EYELIFT MAKEUP FOR DOWNTURNED EYES

EYELIFT MAKEUP FOR DOWNTURNED EYES

Hello everybody, welcome back to my channel  My name is Jessica and today’s video is on  how to contour or lift downturned eyes with makeup  I also included tips for Asian eyes  and stubborn lashes, so let’s start!  I’m starting with a dark brown pencil liner to create the base shape for our wing  Next, I’m using a liquid liner to create a sharp edge for the end of the wing  Blend a dark brown eyeshadow into the wing to set it and soften the edge  This will ensure the liner lasts all day and also makes it look less harsh  Let’s clean up the wing  If you want to create the lifted eye effect, only clean up the inner corner of the eyeliner  and maybe the end of the wing if it isn’t sharp enough  If there’s more eyeliner on the inner corner, your eyes will look more droopy and dolly;  if there’s less, then your eyes will look more upturned  Next, fill in the lash line with a pencil liner  In the past I did this with liquid liner, but pencils are more creamy  so they create a tacky base, which will help  the lashes stay curled at the root longer  Use the same pencil to fill in the water line  I’m curling my lashes starting from as close to the base as comfortably possible   and pulsing the eyelash curler as I work my way upward  For mascara, I’m using my favorite Etude House Lash Perm Curl Fix Mascara  This is THE best mascara for holding a curl, even for stubborn Asian lashes.  I will say it can get clumpy, but you just need to know how to work with it.  So how I do it is after applying one or two coats of mascara,  I go in with a tweezer immediately and squeeze the top of my lashes together,  separating them into sections as I go  This creates a false lash effect while removing any clumps,  so you can have more volume in your lashes  while keeping the natural tapered ends  Now, let’s create the shape of the lower lash line  Using a cool toned brown eyeshadow similar to a contour shade,  I’m extending the lower lash line and angling it upward.  Pull that line straight down from the other side as well  So you’ve probably seen people draw  their lower lashes on, right?  But I still think it looks too harsh, even if the lines are very fine  so what I do is I dot the lower lash line with a dark brown eyeshadow  to create the illusion of thick lower lashes casting a shadow  You’ll notice it looks a lot more realistic after you apply mascara on your lower lashes  It looks kind of scary, but I’m curling my lower lashes close to the root  so they point downwards and look longer  Apply mascara following the same tweezer separation steps as earlier  Next, I’m applying shimmer to the inner and outer corners  This brightens up the eyes and adds a bit of dimension  since everything so far has pretty much just been dark brown  Go back in with a dark brown eyeshadow on the outer corner of the lower lash line  Make sure this is darker than the contour shade we used to draw this line earlier  This will make the eyes appear more upturned  If you guys have the Kaja Chocolate Dahlia Beauty Bento, that’s what I’ve been using for this entire look  It’s my go-to eyeshadow trio since it just has all the shades I need  Using a nude pencil liner, I’m cutting the line to make it cleaner  This also creates contrast for the eyeshadow we  just applied, which emphasizes the upturned shape  I’m next applying a wash of eyeshadow to add some depth since my eyes are pretty flat  At this point, you can curl your upper lashes again if you want them to be super curled  This is usually where I end my everyday eye makeup,  but I wanted to show you a lash hack that can  make your eyes look even more upturned  I find Japanese lashes are the most flattering for my  everyday looks since they’re made specifically for Asian eyes  The ones I’m using are Miche Bloomin’ “Nudy Brown”  They’re a little bit longer than my natural lashes and have the separation I like  Plus, they’re a dark brown color so they match the eyeliner and don’t look too harsh  To lift the eyes even more,  apply the front and middle of the false lashes as close to your  natural lashes as possible without getting any glue on them  Then, take the tail end and apply it a little above your lash line  So instead of applying them parallel to your natural lashes, the end is just a little bit higher  And that’s it!  I think this eye makeup would be flattering on anybody,  but the effects are most dramatic on those with downturned eyes  If you found this helpful, please leave a like 💖  and if you have any other tips, feel free to  share them with everybody in the comments!  Thank you for watching, and I will see you in my next video  Bye!  

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