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Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 06:59
What i do is put light eyeshadow on my eyes and then put a thin line of eyeliner on the top eyelid. Then i put white eyeliner on the waterline of my eye and then put mascara on bottom eyelashes.
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 23:06
checkout gossmakeupartist on youtube....you definitely find step by step your suitable / wanted eye make up
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Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 23:21
I would suggest a highlighter for under your eye, Brown or black mascara on top and bottom, natural colored eyeshadow, and maybe a little brown eyeliner on top and/or bottom. Good luck!
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Answer #4 | 29/12 2013 02:11
Use concealer for your under eye circles.:) My favorite all time concealer is rimmel wake me up concealer i totally recommend it. I would suggest a light light beige color with a tiny bit of white shimmer not too much shimmer sort of like the urban decay eyeshadow in ''Bootycall'' Like a champagneish beigeish color all over the eyelid. Then use a brownish color like MAC Swiss chocolate or urban decay ''Faint'' in the crease. Blend the crease color in really good so it doesn't look chalky and like you didn't blend. Then do a winged eyeliner look with a gel or liquid eyeliner. Make it thin not too thick. Then apply a good mascara like the benefit they're real or the l'oreal mascaras!! Also use a white creamy color in your tearduct and brow bone.
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Answer #5 | 28/12 2013 23:20
Hmmm definitely mascara and maybe eyeliner too... If you want you can use some neutral eye shadows for a natural look. You could even curl your eyelashes if you have an eyelash curler. It's kind of hard to tell but I think they are dark circles. You can use under eye concealer for that. xoxo Sparkles
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Answer #6 | 29/12 2013 00:30
for your under eye dark circles - a concealer 2 shades lighter than your skin tone for your eyelids - neutral eyeshadow, stick with browns, beiges, and light browns. for bigger eyes - a bold, thick wing on top. for the bottom, you'd want to start putting eyeliner halfway, towards to ends / corners of your eye, to make it appear bigger for your lashes - curl your lashes + mascara. if you're not a big mascara fan, fake lashes also help
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