Eight Essential Secrets To Make Your Eyes More Expressive

The eyes are the windows to a person’s soul. No wonder that girls always look for different ways to accent their eyes and make them look bigger!

We would like to share some little tips that will tell you how to enhance the beauty of your eyes.

1. Accent on the eyebrows
making your eyes meaningful
Beautiful eyebrows are one of the main decorations of the face. You can use an eyebrow pencil, wax, or shadows to enhance them.

2. Use highlighter
making your eyes meaningful
Highlighter is a product that gives a glowing look to your skin. To make your eyes more expressive, contour your eyebrows with highlighter and apply some on the inner corners of the eyes.

3. Draw arrows
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Arrows will never go out of style, so take an eye pencil or eyeliner right now and draw nice curved lines. They look really good!

4. Create smoky eyes
making your eyes meaningful
‘Smoky eyes’ is one of the most popular eye makeup techniques. It’s suitable for any time of the day or night, and makes your eyes brighter and expressive.

5. Don’t forget about the white eye pencil
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To make your eyes look bigger, put a point in the inner corner of your eye using a white pencil and blend it gently. There’s another way to make your eyes even more expressive: use the white pencil on the lower inner rim (moving from the outer corner of the eye to the inner one).

6. Curl eyelashes
making your eyes meaningful
Use a curler and your lashes will look beautiful and natural.

7.Lengthen your eyelashes
making your eyes meaningful
To lengthen your eyelashes, take your mascara, place the wand at the base of your lashes and, looking up, move it up. Then, holding your wand vertically, pay attention to every lash.

8. Apply nude lipstick
making your eyes meaningful
If you want to enhance your eyes, don’t use bright lipstick. Some light shiny lip gloss or nude lipstick will be the perfect decision.


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