Hi guys! It’s Kasper back with another Teen Beauty Bible! Last time we had a video on eyebrows, a lot of you guys commented saying it was helpful and that you guys enjoyed it, so thank you very much.
Guess what? Today we have another basic makeup tip video And it’s about… Eye makeup! We can see a huge variety of eye makeup tutorials on Youtube with a lot of different pigmentation, and techniques.
And it’s really really awesome to watch. we know that many of you, especially if you are new to the whole makeup world, can find it pretty tricky to perfect it like the makeup gurus on Youtube do. the makeup gurus on Youtube do.
There are so much eye makeup, the eyliner, the mascara, and eyeshadow. So we put together a video today for you beginners to perfect your eye makeup in a more easy process. Let’s begin! So we asked on the community board what you guys find the hardest when it comes to eye makeup, and you guys answered that all of them are pretty tricky.
and we couldn’t agree more. Well, let’s first invite our teen today and learn more about eye makeup. Hi everyone, I’m Yoora Kim from Jinju, Korea, and I’m 18 years old. How often do you apply makeup? I tend to leave the house at least with base makeup and lip makeup on.
What is your first memory about makeup? I remember applying lip tints when I turned 7th grade for the first time! And it was 8th grade when I first applied eye shadow I love the Youtuber Risabae! I love how she does her makeup, especially her dramatic eye makeup.
And Pony! Love her so much as well! What is the biggest challenge when it comes to eye makeup? It is so hard to wing my eyeliner identical on both sides! And when I make a mistake, it’s so tricky and annoying to turn it back.
There’s so much to cover when it comes to eye makeup, but today we put together top 3 basic tips for each: eyeliner, eyelashes, and eyeshadow. So, enjoy the ride and take short notes! So let’s start with the liner.
Why do we wear eyeliner in the first place? Some of the reasons may be, to get a more defined look, or sharper, stronger look, Or, elongate the eyes, change the shape of the eyes, to make them larger or bigger.
Since eyeliner is a way to change the definition or the size of your eyes, there are some helpful tips to prevent disasters from occurring, so keep in tune. There are different types of eyeliners. When we look into our friends’ pouches, all of us carry different types of eyeliners.
Varying from liquid, to pens, to pencils, and gel liners and even more! So, where does the difference in preference come from? Different types of eyeliners present different types of looks, and therefore, have different effects.
There are mainly 3 different types of eyeliners. Pencils, liquids, and gel types. The benefit of a pencil liner is that it is very easy to use. You don’t need to worry about it hardening, or thickening, so it’s very easy to manage.
Also, when it comes to applications, pencils have smooth application. And because it is smooth, fixing it while you draw is easier than any other liner product. However, there is a higher chance of being smudged or erased, but there are a lot of waterproof and smudgeproof penciles out there.
Gel liners! Now, gel liners are one of the most popular and well-known types of eyeliner nowadays. Compared to pencil liners, gel liners have a rich application and long lasting wear. Also, gel liners have a really good dramatic color payoff, so if you really want that significant look, then go for it.
But, it also has a chance of being smudged, so make sure to prime before you go for the liner. Last but not least: liquid liner. Now, liquid liner is the toughest to handle among the three types of liners.
Pointed liner definitely gives you the defined and clear cut look for sure, but because it is so precise, you have to be very cautious when you use it on the first go, or be very skilled. The benefit of the liquid liner is that comparatively, it lasts very long time and it does not smudge.
Application tips for beginners! There are common mistakes that beginners make when applying liner. A: Fill in the lash line! One of the worst mistakes to make when drawing your liner. Filling in your lash line guys! Leaving them empty can look really creepy.
If you wish to have more of a complete look, then make sure to fill in your lash line Leaving your lash line empty can actually make your eyes look smaller. B: Pull up your eyebrows for better shaping.
Don’t make the mistakes of pulling your eyes too much outwards and sideways. If you want to make your shaping easier, just gently pull up your eyebrows to see a clear idea of where you want to place your eyeliner.
Tilt your head back, and not forward. Everyone has a different way of making their makeup process easier. And how we pose and tilt our heads actually really changes the game. Try not to tilt your head down, rather than up, so you can have a clear view of your line, and so that the wrinkles don’t get in the way.
TIP: If you have a hard time drawing your eyeliner in one go, try dotting three dots on the eyeline and fill it in one by one. It’ll make it much easier. Eyeshadow! So the first tip is to be familiar with names.
These are some words that’ll help you watch tutorials or just perfect your eyeshadow. Crease, or contour. Inner corner, or the outer V, Highlight! and browbone, Lid, and waterline, Upper lashline and lower lashline.
So the way you apply your eyeshadow can actually change the look of eyeshadow. If you’re using a cream shadow or pressed pigment, it is very good to use the finger for perfect color payoff. This gives you a concentrated application, and if you use the fourth finger, without applying too much strength or power on your eyelids.
Using a brush! So if you’re using multiple colors, and you’re trying to create a gradiation effect, it is very good to use a brush because it is easily blendable. A tip is to not press to strongly when using a brush, so you can evenly apply and gently blend.
Another tip is to apply a little bit of water or fixing spray on the brush and gently sweep the eyeshadow for a different type of pigmented look. Cream shadow! Cream shadows are good for a base color, and giving you a consistent coverage color on the eyes.
It is good for a solid, single color. Loose pigments! Now, the color payoff and pigmentation is really good for loose pigments but there is fallouts, so you have to be really careful when applying and you have to take care of all the mess afterwards.
Pressed shadows! These are easy to blend and it’s really good to use when you’re using a lot of different colored shadows. Eye lashes! When it comes to eyelashes, there are three main things. Curling, then applying mascara, and then fake lashes.
So here are some tips to remember when dealing with your lashes. A: curling When curling your lashes and you have an eyelash curler, it’s good to heat it if you want a more curled effect. Tip: if you don’t have a heated curler and don’t have a lighter with you, another thing you can do is heat your fingertips and just press against your eyelashes to give similar effect.
When using an eyelash curler, don’t pull, but use a three step pressing motion to get the perfect C curl Finally, make sure to clean your curler so you can maintain hygiene. B: mascara. Now, if you want a long lasting effect of mascara, it’s really good to use a lash primer before.
Before using mascara, get a towel to get off any excess, you know, powder and dust that may fall out. If you want more of a dramatic effect, apply mascara on the bottom and top parts of your lashes. If you worry of smudging, make sure to use a waterproof, smudgeproof mascara.
Which tip did you find most helpful today? The hacks where we can warm our index fingers to curl the lashes! It actually worked so well and I was really impressed! Would you share us what you wish to learn about skincare or beauty? You know there are days when our skin becomes irritated but has an important party or a date the next day right? I would love to learn an effective and fast way to calm irritated and sensitive skin! Please give our Wishtrenders your last comment! Today we shared different tips about eye makeup and hope you guys try them all out! Especially the eye curling hacks! 🙂 Hope to see you again soon! So, thank you guys for watching this Teen Beauty Bible episode, on eye makeup! It was really fun to introduce to you guys some basic tips on applying eyeliner, mascara, and eyelashes and I hope you guys really enjoyed it.
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