Someone actually did this makeup as a lesson…. At this page: http://www.lifeandtrend.com/beauty/makeup/smokey-eyes/
(Please fire that person, they haven’t done their homework)^^
It’s uneven intensity and why is there a sad look over it, both for the shape of the eye and overall 🙂
And the sharp edge in the middle of the eye bone, where you usually want to make a soft blending feeling from dark to light, to bring out the bone instead , as in this case, someone tried their best to hide this girls nice bone structure and shape of the eye….
I think something like this would be better looking on this girl , and on pretty much anybody actually….
This will bring her own eye shape out more…
Of course there are times we like to create a harder look and just make a dark hard shape that doesn’t bring out the best of someonces eye, that could work for a fashion show or something like that, but then do it really obvious, so no one have to be “not sure” weather you meant to do it as a more regular makeup or as a strong and little “of the wall” kind of makeup…
Here are some nice idéas…
Above: Little messy, but nice shape…
Be well and have fun!
I just can’t help myself on this one…. If ya gonna do a 20-ties inspired make up, why just not doing it nice looking?
what is the real meaning of the above makeup???
This underneath is at least fun and sumwhat cartoonish^^
But this is what I’d call nice and elegant 🙂
Well, isn’t this sad, this could have been very nice if the person who did this makeup design had any knowledge of form and shapes and working with light and dark.
First 1: Making a already quite narrow lower eyelid more like non-existent with a really thick eyeliner, and to really tuck it under the lighter upper eyelid, 2, just makes that part look swollen, saggy and puffy… And then a shimmery light shadow on top of that… O.o Why? ” ‘Cause I think I know how, but really don’t gotta clue??? ” And then the lack of consistency in the the number 3 part… Does someone really pay people like this???? *Sighs*
Read this very interesting interview with awesome makeup artist Stephanie Wise!!
Gaawwwwd!!!! Here’s a few reasons why it can be “not bad” to learn about what you really put on your lips for example.
But what do they REALLY put in these products that we happily apply on our skin??