You can submit your own pictures, or ask for specific styles. I'll do my best to help you out.
[I do NOT claim to be a professional, I just like eye make up]
[Most of these photos do not belong to me unless stated so, the source will be in the click-through link].
You will need:
An angled brush like this one:
A shading brush like this:
And a smudging brush like this:
The first step is to apply a base, such as an eye-cream which minimises the appearance of dark under-eye circles. Then its time to apply a primer, which will stop your make up from creasing and fading.
Dark hair means that you girls can get away with almost any eyeshadow colour! However, if you have a pink undertone in your skin stay away from pinks, and if your skin is more of a yellow/golden stay away from yellow-based colours.
- Dust your lid with a beige tone. Apply the colour with the shading brush, starting from your inner crease and working your way out. You will have to use your blending brush to blend out harsh corners. Brush over the colours lightly with your blending brush to give you a natural look. Use a gel or liquid liner to line the top of your lids(a very thin line). Soften the liner with your smudging brush and line your bottom lid with your angled brush
This is the look you should get
Source of this article: http://make-upjunkie.blogspot.co.nz/2007/04/make-up-101-how-to-apply-eye-shadow-for.html
I think for a job interview you should tone it down a bit. Go for neutral browns, soft greys, and/or creams. Stay away from shimmer! Finish off with very little eyeliner(skip the liquid liner and just use the pencil to add a faint line on your bottom lid) and keep the mascara to a minimum. Be sure that there are no clumps in your lashes, you want your future employer to be focussing on your skills, not your clumpy lashes!
Good luck! I hope it goes well!
Ok, well you could try yellow shadow.. but it doesn’t always look good on everybody, so my suggestion would be to stick to warm tones such as the bronzes, golds and browns. For green eyes, a hint of green shadow will look great, or if you have dark eyes: go for the bronzes!
You could also be brave and choose a colour that will contrast with your dress, like lilac, or even blue.
To finish off your look, go bold with the eyeliner, and choose a mascara which thickens and lengthens your lashes!
Bronze shadow, bold eyeliner look:
Note: use soft/pale shades to compliment your dress
Thank you! For a doe-eyed look you should concentrate your colour shadow at the middle of your lash lines, then fade it out towards the ends. Basically what you have to do is highlight the highest points on your lids to make your eyes look bigger.
Use blue eyeliner as opposed to black, and avoid applying mascara to your bottom lashes.
I’ll put this out there for other people to answer. Please, if you have any suggestions, send me an ask with the link in it :)
You sure can! Apply the gel with a thin brush, and then use a smudging brush to smudge it.
For creaseless eyes: (Top lid)Use a sharp pencil eyeliner to draw under your lashes.
(Bottom lid) Use the same pencil to line above your lashes.
Then add mascara.
Add a thin line of eyeshadow cream above your top lid eyelashes.
Take a deep brown liquid eyeliner and apply it along your upper lashes. Apply a light eye shadow on the entire lids up to your brow bone. Then add a dark shadow into the crease, and blend thoroughly.
Then apply pencil eyeliner to your bottom lids and smudge it slightly for a natural look. If you want to give your eyes a more open look, apply white eyeliner to the inner corners of your eyes. Use either black or dark brown mascara.
[A light lipstick is a wise choice]
- Apply liquid based concealer on your lids and just under your eyes(this will help keep the eyeshadow in place for longer)
- Apply eyeliner to the top and bottom lids(liquid eyeliner is best for the top lid, and pencil for the bottom)
- Coat the lined areas with dark shadow to soften the look
- Apply a dark shadow to the rest of your top lid with a bigger brush and then use your fingers to blend outwards
To enhance hooded eyes:
1. Apply lighter shadow in the inner corner of the eye and on the brow bone.
2. Apply medium or dark shadow on the crease and hooded area.
3. Line upper lid to open the eye.
To make the hooded eyes seem less heavy, you should apply light colors on the lid and darker shade from the center of the eyelid to the outer corner
Tips: Avoid dark shades on your lids
Thank you very much.
Well the easiest type of eyeliner is the pencil liner. The only problem with it is that it fades quite quickly. To prevent it from fading too quickly you can add dark shadow on top of the liner once you have applied it.
Rest your elbow on a flat surface and try applying the eyeliner as close to your lash line as possible. Start with a thin line and if you want it to be thicker just trace the line until you get the thickness that you want. It just takes practise so don’t give up!
And sorry for the late reply.
The best advice I can give is that you only use the silver eyeshadow as a highlighter. Apply the black shadow LIGHTLY all over your eyelid and then apply the silver just below the brow. Blending with your fingers will give it a smoky and professional look. Sorry for the late reply.