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Experiment With Color (How-To Eye Makeup for Beginners)!!!


I hope this look will inspire you to mix colors together. You don’t always have to stay in the same family of colors and don’t be afraid to play with colors, create interesting eye look. Mix and match them.


I’ve chosen to work with gold, green and vanilla here. These colors that can be worn by just about anyone. A plum and gold would work just as nicely. Remember, if you don’t like how it looks, you can always wash it off and just start again!

Let’s Get Started

Apply your gold shade across the entire lid working up to your crease and towards your brow bone.

Apply the same shade along the lower lash line, from inner corner to outer corner.

Applying the vanilla shade under the eyebrow arch and inner corner of the eye.

Apply the green shade in the crease with your tapered brush and blend, focusing on the outer corner of the eye, and blend using the “windshield wiper” method along the entire crease.

As an eyeliner, apply the green shade along the upper lash line to define the eye. You can also use a dark brown or bronze tone as an eyeliner as well.

Finish with lots of mascara and false eyelashes if desired.


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