There is no PERFECT Eye Shapes just Beautiful Eyes!
This is an important lesson for a makeup lover as well as a makeup artist!
Knowing this information will also help you pick the best colors of eyeshadow and eyeliner for you and teach you proper placement for them!
First thing we will cover is Eye Shapes
Keep in mind when looking through these eye shapes that you also have eye size, eye placement and eyelid characteristics too!
|Example: Almond Eye|
Round - the shape of this eye is more round and open looking it is a very desirable eye shape as it can be a lot of fun to work on with makeup
|Example: Round Eye|
Keeping your eyeliner very thin and only lining 3/4 of the your upper lash line with an elongated tail will benefit this eye shape.
|Example: Oval Eye|
Description of how the eye socket holds your eye
*Prominent Eyes - Your eye is placed further out of your eye socket
|Example: Prominent Eyes|
*Deep Set - your eye is placed deep in the eye socket.
|Example: Deep Set Eyes|
These describe the distance between your tear duct or inner corner of your eye to the side of your nose
Only line your eyes about half way across ( from the center of the lash line out)
|Example: Close Set Eyes|
|Example: Far Set Eyes|
The size of your eyes
|Example: Large Eyes|
*Small eyes - you should do a very thin line of eyeliner behind the lash line white or skin tone eyeliner in the bottom waterline, curl your lashes too that will open your eyes up, expose your brow bone by shaping your eyebrows
|Example: Small Eyes|
Makeup School Eye Shapes 101