Cosmetics and makeup are in fact very important to every woman.
No matter what her age or appearance, a beautiful makeup
will help her feel more confident and even get a better job interview.
However, unlike other women, some of us have very unfortunate eye features.
Their skin is too saggy and when they smile their eyes down turn, making them even look sadder than before.
The first step to solving this problem is to understand why the occur and which ones are the best makeup for downturned eyes.
How to apply makeup for downturned eyes? Many women have the problem of downturned eyes, so I decided to talk about this.
Truly, I want to say that it is quite possible to learn how to apply makeup for downturned eyes. It is necessary just to follow a few simple rules.
The right makeup can make your eyes pop, and the wrong makeup can take away from your best assets.
The key to applying makeup for downturned eyes is to use colors that bring out their natural beauty.
When makeup artists talk about eyes that are “downturned,” they’re describing the shape of the eyelid.
The upper eyelid is what makes your eyes appear round and alert. However, a downturned eye lacks the upper lid fullness that gives an eye its youthful appearance.
Puffy eyed makeup for downturned eyes:
When you have downturned eyelids, it’s important not to draw attention to them.
This means no thick eyeliner or mascara on the upper lash line, which makes the eye appear smaller and more down turned.
Instead, you want to visually lift up the eyes with a thicker line of eyeliner along the bottom lashes, or with a dark shadow color along and just under the lower lashes.
To make eyes appear bright and alert, use a lighter shade of shadow across the entire lid topped with a second color slightly darker than your skin tone, such as khaki or brown.
Blend out both colors into each other starting at the outer corner of your eye and working in toward the nose. This will help visually widen your eyes and create an illusion of bigger lids.
When applying mascara, start at the root of your lashes and brush outward toward the tips. If you usually curl your lashes, remember to do that before applying mascara
Hi! It’s me again—the girl with the downturned eyes.
Today I have another makeup tip for you, this time for a smokey eye look.
I think that it’s best to use eyeshadow palettes for this kind of look as they feature a good blend of matte and shimmer shadows.
My method is fairly simple: use a medium brown shadow (I used the third shade from the top) all over your lids, then use a black shadow (I used the second shade from the top) in your upper lash line, onto the outer corners and into the crease of your lid.
Using an angled brush, apply white or light gold highlighter onto your brow bone and inner corner of your eyes to highlight them. I love using this one by Kiko instead of my usual MAC Mineralize Ski finish because it has shimmer running through it.
Then curl your lashes and apply mascara (I used Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect Mascara).
Using a small eyeliner brush, apply black liquid eyeliner onto your upper lash line and wing out towards your temple. The key is to get as close to your upper lash line as possible (try drawing it on with a toothpick first), then blend upwards so it fades
Downturned eyes appear sad and tired, which is why many people with this sign of aging choose to have the procedure.
To decide if you should consider it for yourself, take a good look in the mirror.
If you have what appear to be bags under your eyes, it’s considered a downturned eye shape.
Treatment Options: Eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty can help you look more alert and wide awake by eliminating excess skin above your eyes.
Also known as an upper eyelid lift, blepharoplasty is done on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia, similar to getting a tooth filled. Recovery takes about two weeks,
but you’ll see the results immediately.
Eyelash extensions can also help make your eyes seem brighter and wider. You can get them permanently applied to your lash line so they will last for months at a time.
If you want to change your eye color, try colored contact lenses.
Other options include facial injections that emphasize the upper cheekbone and brow area, such as Radiuses and Sculpture Aesthetic. These fillers help restore volume that may have been lost over time due to aging or over-tweezing.
For many of us, the start of a new year is a time for setting goals. Whether you’re looking to get in shape or trying to pay down debt, you want to set your sights on something and work hard to achieve it. If you’re among the millions of Americans who have an eyelid issue, such as sagging, puffy or under-eye bags, then you may have made a New Year’s resolution to do something about it.
Trying to decide which treatment will give you the results you want? You might be surprised that you don’t need surgery to get rid of droopy eyelids. In fact, there are various safe and natural ways you can treat your sagging eyelids at home.
There are two main types of droopy eyelids: upper and lower. The upper eyelids tend to be affected by aging more than the lower. You can also experience both at once – this is called ptosis.
As we age, our muscles weaken due to inactivity or lack of use, which affects the muscles around our eyes. This causes drooping in our eyelid skin which makes the eyes appear smaller and less expressive.
Crow’s feet are one of the most common signs of aging on your face and they are caused
What do you get when you cross an eye shadow with a gel liner?
An eye shadow stick, of course! These versatile sticks are a great option for makeup novices who want to experiment with a bolder look.