One thing women really worry about when they are told to try or pull off a natural look for their eyes is that it will be so natural no one will notice or compliment them as they would if they wore bright eye catching colors.
One thing women really worry about when they are told to try or pull off a “natural look” for their eyes is that it will be so natural no one will notice or compliment them as they would if they wore bright eye catching colors. Pulling off a flattering natural eye makeup look can be tricky, but it can be managed. The trick is knowing how much is too much, and when to push a little further with the “natural” look.
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First of all, always start out with a nice base around your eye area and on the entire lid. No matter what makeup you’re wearing, you want it to last all day, for whatever you can throw at it, so this is important. Make sure it goes on smoothly but not too thick, as this can make it obvious in a bad way that you’re rocking makeup.
Swipe a layer of a nice neutral shade all over your lid, from lash to brow. This color should be any neutral shade you like, from tan and peach to bone and white, depending on your skin tone. Make this layer even as well, and try to shoot for shades that add subtle lighting, like very lightly shimmered colors or mattes.
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Choose a taupe or brown color for your crease and make sure to blend! Having asymmetrical shape with strict edges don’t look natural on ANYONE, so try to go with a smoother, fuzzy-edged shape for your crease. Leave the bottom of your lid the color you swept on the whole lid, and try not to over-apply the darker tone.
Finally, a little housekeeping is needed. Tweeze away stray eyebrows, but DON’T over-tweeze so that they look unnatural. Fill in bald spots with a soft brow liner, and use mascara as close to your natural lashes as possible, and only on the top lashes.