Simple eye makeup for daily use

Simple eye makeup for daily use can be important, but you also don’t want to go overboard either. While you may have the ability to wear more eye makeup than others, you don’t want to do it just because you can. This is where simple steps can make finding a balance easier for you.

To create a simple eye makeup for daily use, we need to know the type of makeup you want to do. You can choose from different types of eyeliner and eye shadows that are suitable for your skin tone. You can also choose from different colors and styles.

If you have oily skin, then you should go for a matte shadow that will stay without smudging or melting off your face. If you have dry skin, then you should go for a shimmery shadow that will give you an intense look but will not make your eyes look dry or cracked.

You can use an eyeliner pencil if you want more control over your application, or if you want to be able to draw very thin lines or thicker ones depending on what look you’re going for. For example: if you’re going for a bolder look, then use a thick liner; if you’re going for something softer, use a thinner one!

For those with oily skin who want something that won’t budge all day long (or even longer), I recommend using an oil-based eye shadow primer before applying any other product! Just make sure it’s not too thick—too much product on top of this kind of primer can cause creasing over time rather than prevent it!

Simple eye makeup for daily use

Everyday Eye Makeup in 4 Easy Steps


With a brown eyeliner pencil (more natural-looking than black), draw a line as close as possible to your upper lashes. Then apply a matte, earth-toned brown shadow along the crease of your eyelid. Brush a paler matte brown shadow on your lid.

The Expert Says:
Emphasizing the crease in your lid makes your eyes appear larger.


Curl your eyelashes and apply mascara.

The Expert Says:
If your lashes are short, use a thickening mascara, not a lengthening one, which will weigh them down.


To make your eyes seem larger, draw a thin line along your inner lower eyelid with a brightening pencil.

A white pencil works with pale skin; for darker complexions choose a golden-beige pencil.


Dot a tiny bit of cream blush just under your browbone. Blend with your pinkie down toward the crease of your eyelid.

The Expert Says:
Adding a hint of blush to your lids complements the blush on your cheekbones, warming up your whole face.

Add a baby pink lip gloss and you’re ready to go!

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