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1 Makeup for blue eyes? on Fri Sep 03, 2010 5:30 pm

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I have blue eyes and glasses. I would usually wear jet black pencil eye-liner with black liquid eye-liner on top of the pencil one on the lower rim of my eye and the lid. I would also wear LOTS of mascara. But recently i have had an eye infection and i had to not wear make-up for 3 days. Friends and family said i look better without because it shows my blue eyes more. But i don't feel comfortable without make-up so I would like some makeup to make my blue eyes pop behind my glasses - thanks Smile

2 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Sat Sep 04, 2010 8:47 am

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I think masacara really enhances the eyes but maybe you could try a slighly lighter tone and try a soft brown instead. You can also use a brown liner or powder and apply it just on the top lashline and a little on the bottom lash but not right into the inner corner just on the outside edge. A touch of wide liner in the inner corner can also make the eyes brighter.

3 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Sat Sep 18, 2010 2:09 am

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I have blue eyes and like you have a habit of using black mascara and black liner, my eyes do look bluer when I wear no make up - but I don't feel comfortable like this, why is that.

i have tried gold eyeshadow before, but not something to wear in the day.

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4 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Sat Sep 18, 2010 7:33 am

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I couldn't leave my house without make up. I would feel drab and there would be no eye contact with anyone. I haven't done it for years and doubt I will any time soon.

5 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Wed Sep 22, 2010 8:23 am

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There are many people for who make up is an essential part of their daily routine. Much like brushing your teeth as an example, they don't feel quite right going out unless they have done it. I have watched a programme where make up "addicts" were asked to go a day without it. It was clearly traumatic for some and they felt that it just spoilt their day being in this "naked" state. Some of the women did tone down their routine after the show but the majority were glad to continue as they were.

6 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:37 pm

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I would be one of the women who would be traumatised by the experience lol It is just second nature doing my face in the morning and I feel complete when I am finished. I wish it didn't take so long sometimes though!!

7 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Sun Sep 26, 2010 8:31 am

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My believe is that if something makes you happy then there is no reason why you shouldn't continue doing it. There are some people who think that there should be no need to go to the gym, for example, with a full face on. But if that is what makes you feel secure in yourself then no one should stand in judgement. Each to their own.

8 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Sun Sep 26, 2010 8:42 am

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I appreciate you saying that cos sometimes I feel am I go over the top with all the make up. I do envy my colleagues who can get away with the bare faced look. I just know I couldn't.

9 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Tue Sep 28, 2010 7:27 am

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I have black eyes. I use black eye liner and black mascara.

10 Re: Makeup for blue eyes? on Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:56 pm

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I believe that in make-up, there has to be moderation to it. Then use the right make up and cosmetic products that will fit to your skin type and complexion as well.

11 makeup tip for eyes on Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:16 pm

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makeup tip for eyes

1. Prep your eyes with concealer Concealer can be used to cover up under-eye circles or just the bluish discoloration just under your inner eye. To cover dark undereye

circles, apply three dots of concealer under each eye. 2. Start at the inner corner where skin tends to be darkest, then under the pupil and the third on the outer

edge. Pat, never rub with your ring finger (this finger tends to have the softest pad) until it disappears.

3. Apply eye base to your lid Eye base is the secret to keeping your shadow in place for hours. Without properly priming your lid first, your eyeshadow will likely end

up a greasy line in your crease.

4. Follow with eyeliner Dark eyeshadows work great as eyeliners. Wet a slanted brush, then dip in a dark eyeshadow. Line eyes as close to the upper lashes as possible

from the inner corner to the outer corner. Follow with liner on bottom eyes, but only line from the middle of the eye out.

5. Smudge the bottom line with a Q-tip or your finger. You don't want a prominent line. For a smokey eye, use a brush to pat in a dark eyeshadow along the upper lid

and below the lid. You don't want a stark line, instead you want to blend it so it's "smudge-y."

6. Apply eyeshadow. It's great to use a three-toned shadow and build from lids to brow (see How to apply eyeshadow). Allowing them to blend into each other like a

rainbow is gorgeous, according to celebrity makeup artist Mally Roncal. Start with a light color that almost matches your lid. Sweep the color across the lid and up to

your browbone. Follow with a medium color across your lid only. Build on this with a darker color in the crease. Blend the colors well.

7. Brighten your eyes with a highlighter This step involves only the inside part of the eye. Putting a bit of your lightest eyeshadow in the inner corner of your eye

will brighten it significantly (this is the makeup artist's secret and I use this trick all the time). I usually dab a finger into my lightest eyeshadow and then I

press it into the inner corner of my eye where the upper lid meets the bottom lid. This totally makes eyes "pop."

8. Highlight your brow Take the same light eyeshadow and dab it on your browbone, concentrating on your mid-brow outward. Blend with your finger. I like to use Yves

Saint Laurent's Touche Eclat just below my brow and just above it, but a super light shadow will do you.

9. Curl lashes An eyelash curler will make even long lashes look more gorgeous. For added effect, you can heat the curler under a blowdryer for a couple seconds. Test

curler before applying to lashes because you could burn yourself.

10. Apply mascara Place the wand of your mascara brush at the bottom of lashes and wiggle back and forth. Follow with another few sweeps of the wand. Apply to bottom

lashes as well. See How to apply mascara for step-by-step instruction and
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