Double eyelids are a beauty feature that is said to enhance the appearance of someone’s eyes. As such, many women are interested in how they can enhance how their own double eyelids appear, especially when it concerns how their makeup looks on their double eyelids. There are particular techniques for individuals who have a darker complexion which requires a little experimentation when it comes to the application of cosmetic products.
If you’re looking for the best makeup for double eyelids, it can be hard to know where to start. This is especially true if you’ve never worn makeup before and are just getting started. But don’t worry! We’re here to help you out with some tips on how to get the most out of your makeup routine.
The first thing that you need to do is make sure that you have the right brushes and tools for the job. You’ll want a good brush set that includes everything from foundation brushes to eyeshadow brushes, as well as lip gloss applicators and other tools that will make it easier for you to apply your makeup correctly. It’s also important that they’re easy to clean so they don’t get bacteria built up on them over time which could lead to skin infections or breakouts later on down the line.
Next up is applying foundation! You should use powder foundation because it goes on smoother than liquid foundation which tends not hold up as well throughout the day without having some sort of primer underneath it first (such as mineral powder or something similar). After applying this step though, wait until it dries completely before moving onto something else such
Makeup for double eyelids
If You Have Double Eyelids … like Clarice Lim
YOU SHOULD: Pick shades that complement your skin tone – there’s no need to worry about anything else. You won’t go wrong with brown, plum and khaki green.
(Left: Clarice without eye makeup, Right: Clarice with eye makeup)
STEPS TO ENHANCE YOUR EYES:
Step 1: Sweep a light-coloured eyeshadow over the whole eyelid, fading it towards the brow bone.
Step 2: Dab a darker shade on the outer eye corner and blend inwards so it covers one-third of the eyelid.
Step 3: Dust plum or brown eyeshadow on the outer one-third of the eyelid, keeping it below the fold of the eyelid, and along the outer half of the lower lash line.
Step 4: Line your eyes close to the lash line.