Today, I'm going to show you a look that we can do with eye shadow for brown eyes and how to apply it. I think a really great look for daytime is to stick within the neutrals and the browns. This just really defines the eye, but still makes the eyes that little bit brighter.
If you've got some more hazel eyes, then you can also add like some emerald greens, some sort of darker, green colors. But the first thing you want to do is you just want to add like a nice neutral base and that will just really get rid of any sort of dark tiredness. Especially, so we want to go all over the lid, but especially focus in the inner corner where you can get the appearance of quite sort of dark circles.
So, we just want to really buff that into the skin and just really make it nice and bright to start with and then you can just run a little bit of that right in the corners. We did that with the sort of larger brush. Now, when we work with sort of darker colors, we just want to use a smaller flat brush.
Then you just want to just gently go all over the lid again, starting right in the corners, right by the lashes and just really work into a nice almond half moon shape. And then just blending any rough edges as we go, and then you can just intensify the color. Just be careful not to use too much of the darker sort of shade in the inner corners because you want to keep that quite bright.
This is quite a dark sort of dark brown black but you can go for a lighter shade of brown as well. If you just open for me and if you just look up. And we're just going to run along the lash line, quite modern.
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