It’s holiday. It’s summer. It’s time to party! Why don’t you ring a call to your BFF (Best Friends Forever) and set an afternoon “makeover gathering” then go dancing in the club at night? The key for night makeup is “the sexy eyes.” When you were in the club, it is really dark with flashing color strobe lights. So don’t be afraid to play with an intensity of the eyeshadows.
Our look for this MAKEUP MONDAY is the dramatic cat eyes from Zvonko Markovic Haute Couture Runway 15/16. Open your makeup bag and follow my lead!
Begin with your foundation and concealer routines to neutralize the flaws. Then sweep pressed powder all over your face to set your makeup. Fill in the eyebrows gap with eyebrow gel that matches the color of your hair. Dap eye primer all over the eyelids, then you are ready to fun have with the dramatic cat eye tutorial.
- Before you start to shadow the eyes, don’t forget to dap the powder brush in the loose powder then sprinkle it on the area underneath your eyes. This technique can avoid the frustration from the falling eyeshadow flakes. As you can sweep them away with the powder by using a fan-shaped brush when you are donned with the eyes.
- Use black eyeliner pencil or gel to line your upper lash line.
- Lengthen the line outward to create a long winged look of the cat eyes.
- The draw a straight line back to the outer corner of the eye crease. The shape will look like a triangle.
- Smudge the eye liner at the outer corner of the crease in. Use the black eyeshadow to blend and create the dramatic definition. Don’t blur the line too much. Remember this is the cat eye looks not the normal smokey. If you think your shadow is to blur, use the angle blush and black eye shadow to intensify the wing once again.
- To make your eye stand out even more. Dap a shimmering eyeshadow at the center of the lid.
- Line the lower lash with pencil eyeliner.
- Curl your lash then apply water proof mascara to stay away from the panda eye after you dance until you sweat.
- Use the fan-shaped brush to sweep away the eye shadow and powder underneath the eyes. Apply orange tone brush on the apple of the cheeks. Then use the bronzer to contour the frame of the face.
- Lastly, put on the orange tone lipstick and gloss up. You are ready to go!
Face chart from Stockshutter.com
Graphic Tutorial and Written by Beauty-Editor-at-Large Supapit Saikaew
Photos by Rudy de Monteiro