How to apply makeup for close set eyes

Eye Makeup

Close set eyes

When you have close-set eyes and want to create the illusion of a wider space between the eyes, here are some quick tips for applying eye makeup to achieve the look of wider-set eyes:

  1. Start with a neutral base: Apply a light-colored eyeshadow to the entire eyelid to create a neutral base.
  2. Use a darker shade to contour: Apply a slightly darker shade of eyeshadow to the crease of your eyelid and blend it outwards to create a subtle contour.
  3. Highlight the inner corner: Apply a light, shimmery eyeshadow to the inner corner of your eye to make it appear brighter and more open.
  4. Use eyeliner to define the outer corners: Apply eyeliner to the outer corner of your upper and lower lash line, and wing it outwards slightly to create the illusion of wider-set eyes.
  5. Apply mascara to the outer lashes: Focus your mascara on the outer lashes to create a wider-eyed look.
  6. Avoid dark, smoky eye makeup: Dark eye makeup can make close-set eyes look even closer together, so it’s best to stick to lighter, brighter shades.

Overall, the key is to focus on creating a brighter, more open look for the eyes, while also using eyeliner and eyeshadow to create the illusion of a wider space between them.

Here’s a helpful Makeup Tutorial For Close Set Eyes by @MakeupAndArtFreak
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