Always start with an eye primer to create a smooth canvas for your eyeshadow and to help it last longer without creasing.
Invest in quality brushes for blending, shading, and lining. The right tools can make a significant difference in the application and final look.
Blending is key to achieving a seamless eyeshadow look. Use a clean, fluffy brush to blend out harsh lines and make the colors transition smoothly.
Apply a light, shimmery eyeshadow or highlighter to the inner corners of your eyes and your brow bone to make your eyes appear larger and more awake.
Don't shy away from vibrant colors. Experiment with different shades to find what complements your eye color and skin tone.
Tightlining, or applying eyeliner to the waterline, can make your lashes look fuller and your eyes more defined without looking overly made-up.
For voluminous lashes, apply multiple coats of mascara. Wait for each coat to dry slightly before applying the next to avoid clumping.
An eyelash curler can open up your eyes and make them look larger. Curl your lashes before applying mascara for the best results.
Use a setting spray to lock in your eye makeup, especially if you have oily lids or will be wearing your makeup for an extended period.