Looks inspired by Choc Magazine (magazine from Taiwan)
Introduction: Both looks are intensively focused on blendings from experience of doing the make up look previously and when I eventually decide to show you all this as a tutorial
Look 1-Make Up look with black framed glasses (Blending a combination between nude/beige and pink)
Apply liquid liner on your lashlines with a thin line, all you need is a thin line that doesn't over-rule the make up you have
Also line the lash root or the inner part to fill up the gaps between the lash roots
Don't forget your lower lashes, you will need to build some intensity in on the lower lashes in order to enlarge your eyes more.
Blend a red/burgundy/pink eyeshadow on the outter corner for your eyelid in circular motions.
I have also print screened the listed products you can use to substitute the products I've used personally
Especially, please check out (for available international retail products)
Laura Mercier Tulip
Look 2- Make Up with multi-colored framed glasses (Intensive blending away the hash lines)
Apply black eyeliner gel from the middle of your lids (upwards)
Use the same black gel liner and apply it on the 1/3 of the lower lashlines.
Blend the hash lines on the eyeliner with a brown eyeshadow
Curl your lashes and apply mascara in a zigzag stroke.
By the way, I haven't done the tutorial in the order same to the magazine tutorial, but I hope you will still get the same idea, but I tend to elaborate a few things in my own version so the viewers will get the plausible idea whether it works for them or not and hopefully, what viewers should be aware of will be noticeable in the make up tutorial!
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