How To Apply Eye Shadow To Deep Set Eyes

Hey friends! Well, I’m a little frustrated! I’m trying to do more videos but it’s sooooo hard. I watch a lot of videos and I’m not satisfied with mine yet.

The only way I know to get better is to keep doing them. So I know I’m going to look back on this and think, “that’s horrible!”  Actually I already do—-bad sign.

Anyway, some of you emailed me and asked if I would show you how I use the Urban Decay Naked Basics palette. So this is my feeble attempt.

How to apply eye shadow to deep set eyes

Because I have deep set eyes, it’s a How to apply eye shadow to deep set eyes video. Thanks for being patient with me!

(I fast forward a little bit of the video on purpose. It was getting too long for me.)

Did that help at all?? Should I stop while I’m ahead?? :-)

Here are the products I’m using. If you click on the product, it will take you to Amazon, if you’re interested in ordering.

Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette

Neocutis Lumiere Bio-restorative Eye Cream 

Benefit Cosmetics The Porefessional 

Benefit Cosmetics Lemon Aid

Benefit Cosmetics They’Re Real! Mascara

CoverGirl Perfect Point Plus Eyeliner

Beauty For the Heart~~“Grace is the voice that calls us to change and gives us the power to pull it off.” -Max Lucado

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{Day 5} Eyes: Fashion & Beauty For Women Over 40

It’s Day 5 and today its all about the eyes! Our eyes are the first place to show age. So we want to add youth and pep to our eyes through some simple make-up techniques.

Lets get right to the point and learn ways to make us look and feel younger with our eyes.

The Don’ts of Eye Make-up for Women Over 40:

  • Don’t paint three distinct color blocks on the lid, one atop another, with the top tier a pearly white up to the brow bone.
  • Don’t use wild and crazy shades of pink, purple, green, turquoise, gold, bronze, and silver shadows. They magnify imperfections! Never ever try to match your eye shadow to your outfit. Very old lady!
  • Don’t use shiny, or glittery eye shadows. These are for kids. Say no to frosted eye colors too!
  • Don’t use thick black eyeliner. This is a very hard look and we want a soft look.

I know what you’re thinking, what are we supposed to use? It sounds boring but for women over 40, it’s better to narrow the choice of eye shadow colors to your favorite neutral.

You really only need to use a shade of  brown. Brown eye shadow is always current and appropriate. All you need to do is find the right shade of brown that works for you.

There’s warm brown (caramel, terracotta), neutral brown (chocolate, raisin), or cool brown (coffee, plum).

The Do’s of Eye Make-up for Women Over 40:

  • Do apply an eye primer before applying eye shadow. Eye primer helps the eye shadow stay on and smooths out discolorations, blotchiness, and evens out the skin tone.
  • Do use two colors: a light neutral and a dark neutral. Blend them so they look natural.
  • D0 make your eyes look dewy and fresh with shadow that has a little luminosity.
  • Do line the top lid close to the lashes with a pencil and then smudge it to look as soft and natural as possible.  Add a softly smudged, thin line under the lower lid.
  • Do draw eyeliner on your eyes with a slight tilt upward. Remember we want to lift everything up!
Here’s a great color duo from Maybelline that would would work for women over 40.

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What do you think? Do you use a neutral eye shadow? Was this post helpful?

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