Shikha Mittal


It’s time To Learn Eye Makeup Like A Pro

Everyone has gorgeous eyes just to put some small effort you can put proper eye makeup and make your eyes talk. Learning how to do makeup is an art that has been, for thousands of years, an essential component of the entire beauty process but  eyes are one of the trickiest parts when we do our everyday or special occasion looks, especially when we are a novice at everything makeup. With the right tools, with the right make-up and when you know what style looks perfect for your eyes, then you are all set to look gorge! 

First know what products and tools you must have to get a proper eye shadow for every occasion.


Unless you enjoy applying your eye shadow with your fingers, these hard-working and trusty heroes are high on eye makeup must-have essentials.


It’s an essential for your eye makeup brush collection because this is perfect for applying the base color to the lid.


Thus is use To apply powder or gel eyeliner as its stiff, angled bristles make it easy to create thin, sharp lines.


If you struggle to target hard to reach areas in your eye makeup routine, a pencil brush will help to pick up the slack. This versatile eye shadow brush works to provide your eyes with precise color just where you need it.  From applying color in your crease to adding a highlight to your inner corner, you can’t go wrong with this eye shadow brush.


A crease blending brush that’s perfect for both placing color and blending it out is just what you need to define your eyes and make sure your eye shadow looks are seamless.


While the previous brush is meant for more targeted blending, this one features long, tapered bristles that can help you blend and diffuse eye shadow shades seamlessly onto your lids, covering a larger space. 


These are best suited to applying wet liner to the lash line of your upper eyelid.


Now its turn to choose the eye shadow formula that works best for what you want.

Cream eye shadows work best as a base color for powder eye shadow, or for solid, single-color coverage.

Loose eye shadows are often where you find the most color pigment, but can be messy and tricky to work with.

Pressed eye shadows are the most common type of shadow, because they blend easily without being too messy.


Finally you are ready to apply eye make. Follow these simple and basic steps.

Pre Your Eye Lids

Before you use a primer, you should start with freshly cleansed Apply your toners, serums, moisturizers, whatever, like you normally would—then give all of your skincare products a minute to dry before you go in with primer.

Prime Your Lid

Eye shadow primer is a well-kept secret in the beauty world. Priming your eyelids builds a blank canvas for product and helps it last all day. You can get a legit eye shadow primer or dab on your favorite concealer. This process also helps cover any veins or discoloration in your eyelids, which tend to become more pronounced when we’re tired.

Follow up your lid primer with your favorite setting powder to lock it in place and avoid smudging. The key with lid primer is to neither pack it on nor overdo it. After a few tries, you’ll begin to see how long your eye shadow holds depending on the amount of primer you’re using.

Shape and Fill Your Brows

Accentuate your brows by filling in any bare areas and shaping them with the Brow Pencil. Pick a shade that’s the same color as your eyebrow hair and then fill in your brows, following their natural shape.

Apply Basic Shades

For beginners, you want to start with 4 basic shades to pull off an everyday natural look. You need a highlighter that is a shade lighter than your skin tone, a matte mid-tone shade, a contour shade that is 2-3 shades darker than the skin and a matte black shade. If you have a facial highlighter, you can use that too.

Using your eye shadow brush, apply a neutral shade (a light to medium tone work best) from your lash line to brow bone.

Main Color

Next apply your main eye shadow in the color of your choice across your eye lid. If you have hooded eyes, take you eye shadow slightly above your crease so that it can be seen when your eyes are open. If you have brown eyes are stunning in shades of blue and peach; green eyes pop with shades of purple and raisin; blue eyes look gorgeous in shades of brown, hazel eyes take center stage with green and warm brown.


You can use liquid liners or an eye pencil, but lots of people prefer to use dark eye shadows for a little less neat of a look. To do this, wet a slanted brush, and then dip it in a dark eye shadow. Line your eyes as close to the upper lashes as possible, from the inner corner to the outer corner. Follow with liner below your eyes. Smudge the bottom line with a cotton swab, as you don't want a prominent line.


Using a clean eye shadow brush, apply a little matter or shimmer shade to the top of the brow bone and the inner corner of the eyes. This highlight adds dimensions and emphasizes the eye shape, making them look bigger.


Using the eye contour brush, apply a shadow that is darker than the base shadow in the crease of the eyelid and blend well. Blend from the center of the crease to the outer edge of the eyelid to create dimension.


Doing the rest. To complete your eye makeup and transform your eyes to look more dramatic, you need to do the rest. Once you have finished your eye shadow, you can now curl your lashes, add a coat of mascara, and put eyeliner to get a gorgeous everyday eye makeup look.


To create a beautiful makeup look that enhances your eye makeup, keep reading to find out what makeup shades will look best with your eye color.

Brown and black eyes

When it comes to eye color, brown and black eye colors are considered the neutral eye color, which will work well with a wide array of eye shadow colors and shades. For every day wear, earth tones will work best.

Hazel eyes

Hazel eyes can be emphasized and enhanced by eye shadow colors especially when using shades of purple and green. Taupe eye shadows will also blend with the light color of the eyes. , also hazel eyes take center stage with green and warm brown.

Blue eyes

Orange is the opposite of blue on the color wheel; therefore, if you have blue eyes, try eye shadows with orange undertones such as rich browns and terracottas. Additionally, gold, bronze or shimmery champagne eye shadows will bring out the gold highlights in your eyes. One thing you to remember is black eyeliner may look too harsh on blue-eyed lovelies because you tend to have lighter skin tones. To get the same sultry look with a while complimenting your skin tone, try brown or bronze eyeliner instead.


Sooty, smoky shades enhance gray eyes. Add light depth with a hazy wash of misty gray or a silvery blue. Choosing a similar steely hue is the best way to subtly play up this rare eye color

Green eyes

Green eyes are the rarest color found around the world. Pair your unique color with pink and violet hues to best compliment your emerald eyes. Skip the dark eye liner and finish with a grey for a smoother finish.