How to Apply Eye Shadow for Every Eye Shape!

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Eye makeup for protruding eyes: Use dark eyeshadow to form a softer line on your lower eyelid to give it a smudged look. Don't apply eyeshadow right above your crease as it can create an illusion of depth to your eyes. Use mascara for a softer look! Eye makeup for protruding eyes: Use dark eyeshadow to form a softer line on your lower eyelid to give it a smudged look. Don't apply eyeshadow right above your crease as it can create an illusion of depth to your eyes. Use mascara for a softer look!

Eye makeup for protruding eyes: Use dark eyeshadow to form a softer line on your lower eyelid to give it a smudged look. Don't apply eyeshadow right above your crease as it can create an illusion of depth to your eyes. Use mascara for a softer look!

Eye makeup for down-turned eyes: Apply eyeliner close to the upper lash line, and then blend the eyeshadow along the socket line. To create an illusion that the eyes look lifted, apply a thick mascara. Eye makeup for down-turned eyes: Apply eyeliner close to the upper lash line, and then blend the eyeshadow along the socket line. To create an illusion that the eyes look lifted, apply a thick mascara.

Eye makeup for down-turned eyes: Apply eyeliner close to the upper lash line, and then blend the eyeshadow along the socket line. To create an illusion that the eyes look lifted, apply a thick mascara.

Eye makeup for small eyes: Use light eyeshadows on the eyelids and a medium-toned eyeshadow along the creases. Apply a highlighting shade right under the brow to give an illusion of bigger eyes.  Apply mascara evenly on the upper lashes. Eye makeup for small eyes: Use light eyeshadows on the eyelids and a medium-toned eyeshadow along the creases. Apply a highlighting shade right under the brow to give an illusion of bigger eyes.  Apply mascara evenly on the upper lashes.

Eye makeup for small eyes: Use light eyeshadows on the eyelids and a medium-toned eyeshadow along the creases. Apply a highlighting shade right under the brow to give an illusion of bigger eyes. Apply mascara evenly on the upper lashes.

Eye makeup for almond-shaped eyes: Apply a neutral eyeshadow on the eyelid from lash towards the eyebrow. Follow by applying darker shade of the same colour on the outer corner of the eyelid. Blend a lighter eye shade to highlight right under the brow. Eye makeup for almond-shaped eyes: Apply a neutral eyeshadow on the eyelid from lash towards the eyebrow. Follow by applying darker shade of the same colour on the outer corner of the eyelid. Blend a lighter eye shade to highlight right under the brow.

Eye makeup for almond-shaped eyes: Apply a neutral eyeshadow on the eyelid from lash towards the eyebrow. Follow by applying darker shade of the same colour on the outer corner of the eyelid. Blend a lighter eye shade to highlight right under the brow.

Eye makeup for close-set eyes: Correct the inner corners by using an eyeliner. Apply light-coloured eyeshadow from the corner of your eye towards the middle of your eyelid.
Apply a darker shade of eyeshadow towards the outer corner. Use mascara evenly. Eye makeup for close-set eyes: Correct the inner corners by using an eyeliner. Apply light-coloured eyeshadow from the corner of your eye towards the middle of your eyelid.
Apply a darker shade of eyeshadow towards the outer corner. Use mascara evenly.

Eye makeup for close-set eyes: Correct the inner corners by using an eyeliner. Apply light-coloured eyeshadow from the corner of your eye towards the middle of your eyelid. Apply a darker shade of eyeshadow towards the outer corner. Use mascara evenly.

Eye makeup for deep set eyes: Apply the eyeshadow starting from the inner corner moving outwards. Use lightest shade in the middle and darker just around the eye socket. Remember blending is the key! Eye makeup for deep set eyes: Apply the eyeshadow starting from the inner corner moving outwards. Use lightest shade in the middle and darker just around the eye socket. Remember blending is the key!

Eye makeup for deep set eyes: Apply the eyeshadow starting from the inner corner moving outwards. Use lightest shade in the middle and darker just around the eye socket. Remember blending is the key!

Do you feel shy to make your eyes colorful fearing that you might become a subject of laughter among your friend circle? If you think doing an eye makeup is a challenge for you, so let us tell you about makeups that suit different eye shapes!
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