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  • Whether you’ve been a dedicated makeup enthusiast or you are someone who’s just starting out with makeup, when it comes to the eyes, makeup can be a little tricky. There’s no harm in having a few makeup tips up your sleeve so you can work that magic and achieve eye makeup that is so on-point.
  • Eyeliner tip: To make your eyelashes look denser, apply the eyeliner as close to the lash line as possible so it appears to be a part of your natural lash line. This is called tight-lining.
  • Mascara tip : Always start applying your mascara from the roots of your lashes and wiggle your way to the tips. Doing this instantly volumizes your lashes and does not weigh them down.

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I like to make eye shadows bigger and more pronounced

I used to use this technique with a fluffy brush for shading, but now I like to make a fox's eye

In makeup, I always try to make a fox eye, I like this effect most of all, especially help false eyelashes, or rather bundles on the tips of the eyes. Then I touch up a little mascara, pulling a little to the side, so that they hold this position. I usually take at with the ray effect or wet effect in the "C" bend. I darken the crease of the eyelid, drawing in brown shadows, without using shimmer shadows. The final step is the eyelashes, without them I will not be able to achieve a fox eye. I like the color of mocha, it gives a little tenderness.


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