Bored of looking the same every day? Want to try something fresh and stylish? Today, we bring to you a super sleek and modern makeup look. You may not be ready to wear it every day, but you will definitely agree with us that this graphic eye makeup is fun and an amazing way to mark a special day! You can use this look to complement your geometric shirt or your favorite abstract neck piece. Be it the happening college party or an evening out with friends—this makeup look will surely draw attention!
Modern Graphic Eye Makeup Tutorial:
Wish to learn more about this beautiful graphic precision look for your eyes? Then hop on, let’s do it together!
Start applying an eye primer to prevent creasing and fading of the eyeshadows. Then, draw a small triangular shape at the outermost corner of the eye. Start by connecting an imaginary line from the lower lash line to the brow bone area of the eye to locate the outer most v of the eye. It is best to use a creamy kajal for this step as it will help in easy blending of the product later. Here, I used the Lotus Herbals Kajal in Black. As the makeup look is modern and graphic, we can use a cellotape at the outermost corner of the eye. It will act as a guideline for the eye makeup and will also create a sharp wing at the corner of the eye.
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Create a thin line in the crease area of the eye. Start by drawing smaller strokes from the innermost area of the eye to the outermost corner of the crease. Use the same Lotus Herbals Kajal in Black for this step again.
Take a smudge brush or a pencil type brush to blend the sharp edges in the eye makeup softly. Use a light hand to softly blend the kajal inwards to the center of the eye, but leaving a small space empty in the moving lid of the eye. Here, I used the Colorbar eye smudger brush for this step.
Then, set the applied creamy kajal with a matte black eyeshadow to improve the color intensity and also set the formula to prevent creasing. Here, I used the Kryolan matte black eyeshadow. It is best to keep the crease area of your eye very sharp and neat for this makeup look, so if you have messed the eyeshadow or the kajal, you can easily use a cotton swab and clean out the edges.
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Take a deep black liquid eyeliner and mark out your crease area of the eyes to give a sharp and clear graphic look to the eyes. Rest your little finger on your cheeks for balance and start drawing the eye liner slowly in soft short strokes. Here, I used the Kryolan Liquid liner in black. Then, apply a shimmery cream base to the center of the moving lid area of the eye. This step will help in adding light to the eye makeup and also make eyes appear bigger. Here, I applied the Maybelline Color Tattoo eyeshadow in Bad to Bronze.
Apply a light champagne colored eyeshadow in shimmer or satin finish above the cream eyeshadow, which was applied earlier. This step can be done with fingers as well as using a brush. Apply the same creamy black kajal to the waterline area of your eyes. Then, apply the required amount of mascara to offer a thicker lash effect. Clean any fall outs and conceal the under eye area to give a sultry and neat effect to your eyes. Apply a soft champagne or cream colored shimmery eyeshadow to the innermost corner, brow bone area and the tear duct area of the eyes to highlight your eyes. With this step we complete the Graphic eye makeup look.
And there you have it—eyes that can kill! Try it the next time you want to do something different. I promise that you’ll love the way you’ll look. This is a powerful look for a powerful woman and that’s you!
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