Eye makeup is something that a lot of people are scared about, yet it makes an amazing difference to your look.
I’m showing you an easy peasy lemon squeezy eye makeup trick – so you can fake it until you make it. Just like I do every single day!
How to define your eye crease
Many people wear a simple colour wash of beige eyeshadow across their eyelid as an everyday makeup look. I’m going to show you how to take it to the next level using a L’Oreal Color Riche Couleur de Crayon in Smoky Taupe, and show you how to define your eye crease.
Simply press the creamy tip of the chubby crayon against your eyelid just on the top of your eyeball. Run it along the top of your eyeball to define the crease and add depth and definition to your eye makeup. Depending on your eye shape, you may need to experiment to find the best look for you.
I divided my eye into four sections by holding the crayon vertically at the end of my eyebrow and moving it to the beginning of my eyebrow in four steps. I concentrate the placement of the Couleur de Crayon in the middle two sections.
You can up the glamour further by taking a similar taupe shimmer shade of eyeshadow and blending it over the top.
To coordinate your look further, you can run the Couleur de Crayon along the top of your lashes and along the inner rim, above your lower lashes.
There are lots of colours available in the L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Couleur de Crayon range. I have selected the Smoky Taupe as it is a universally flattering colour that works well for a polished day look and a glam evening look.
Click here to check out the Couleur de Crayon range at Priceline. Please note this is an affiliate link. It doesn’t cost you any extra but I earn a small commission.
So there we have it. The Kimba Likes Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy Guide on How to Define your Eye Crease. Told you it was easy!
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