It is sometimes difficult to apply natural eye makeup especially if you are over the age of 40. However, it’s never a problem if you know the modern secrets on how to apply it efficiently. Gita Bass, a celebrity makeup artist said, "Makeup is a wonderful tool to hide these aging signs, as long as we adapt our formulas and techniques to hide and not accentuate the negative features." In this article, we are going to have a tutorial on how you can have a natural eye makeup.
Make sure your eye area is properly hydrated with eye cream
The skin around the eyes is thin and delicate. It is also prone to dryness especially when not properly hydrated. Eye creams will help you address these problems as long as you choose a premium product that features potent natural ingredient to take care of your skin. Go for an eye cream that has a heavily hydrating formula to boost up moisture and make the skin look plumper.
Don’t apply too much concealer over crow’s feet and
You must remember that applying too much makeup over your wrinkles is not advisable for it will seep in and will cause caking. As a result, wrinkles and fine lines will be more obvious. Makeup artist and beauty mogul Laura Mercier, said, “Nothing in the world can completely hide a wrinkle.” You can soften the appearance of wrinkles by dabbing a concealer only in the discoloured areas around the eyes.
Use a color corrector to eliminate dark circles
Instead of full coverage concealers, you can also use color correctors to even out discolorations. A color corrector’s role is to hide and fix skin flaws like redness and discoloration. Color correcting concealers work best with women who have dark circles, dark spots and hyperpigmentation.
Go for fuller brows
Avoid over plucking or over tweezing as it may look aging and unnatural. Opting for bushy brows can make you look youthful for it adds depth to your natural eye makeup look. You only need to groom your brows and always enhance its natural shape by using eyebrow pencil, eyebrow powder and eyebrow gel.Liquid error: Could not find asset snippets/relatedblogs.liquid