We all admire large, sparkling eyes; makeup artists know how to accomplish this look, and now you can do it too!
“The eyes are one of the most powerful tools a woman can have. With one look, she can relay the most intimate message. After the connection is made, words cease to exist. ” —Jennifer Salaiz
Anne Hathaway is known for her large, lamb-like eyes.
(Image: Horus Tr4n: Flickr)
Eyes are the windows to your soul, and can be the most attractive feature of your face.
Wearing makeup can accentuate and bring out your eyes, but there is technique in making your eyes appear larger, open and more awake.
Big and beautiful eyes are Mila Kunis’s trademark. (Image: Sabrina Krilic: flickr)
Black eyeliner is a classical look, yet it can make your eyes appear small and narrow. Whereas lighter colors opens the space around your eyes, tricking the viewer into thinking your eyes are bigger than they are.
Model and actor Milla Jovovich. Dark eyeliner can make those who don’t have large eyes look narrow. (Image: wikipedia)
If you feel your eyes are too big, you can work in reverse, and try the “don’ts” on the video to make them appear smaller.
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