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  1. #11
    **Emma Brown** Female

    Join Date
    Jul 2013


    White eyliner for small eyes to make bigger.
    Black eyeliner for big or medium eyes to make smaller and more scene emo.

    Purple eyeshadow goes great with brown eyes!
    Black and blue eyeshadow goes good with blue/green eyes
    For hazel eyes you could use silver and green and white.

    Every girl LOVES their mascara!
    Black is nice for everyday!
    You could play up your mascara by using Vaseline before you apply it!
    For bigger thicker longer lashes!
    Some popular mascara colors are....

  2. #12

    **Emily Kristina** Female

    Join Date
    Aug 2013


    Apply white eye liner to your lower lash line to simulate that your eyes are larger, add a bit of a small wing to the end of your eye with liner to enlarge your eyes a bit but don't apply it all the way around your eyelid, apply tea bags on your eyes after being brewed and cooled down to tighten eyelids, curl your eyelashes and apply mascara, apply white eye shadow to inner corner of your eye, also try applying natural eye shadow shades, and try to reduce dark shadows or eye bags by apply ice to you eye.

  3. #13


    I have never heard about Vaseline, thanks for this advice.

  4. #14
    **kevinkrieger** Male

    Join Date
    Nov 2013


    Get rid of mascara/liquid eyeliner easily with a cotton pad and Vaseline. you can use baby oil and a tissue.

  5. #15

    **Sharon Gomez** Female

    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    California, USA


    Has any one gone with mascara ? I am talking about water proof mascara that is enough for me to do eye make up. I also use eye shadow and eye liner but prefer mascara.

  6. #16

    **Marie Miguel** Female

    Join Date
    Dec 2013


    Eyeliner makes me cry every time! So I don't use it for my everyday make up only on special events. I use Maybelline Unstoppable Eyeliner for a smudge-proof and waterproof eyeliner.

  7. #17


    Quote Originally Posted by allie01 View Post
    To really define your eyes, apply a thin line of eyeliner in black or brown, khaki, plum or navy. To properly apply the eyeliner pencil or liquid liner, gently pull the corner of your eye outward, forming a straight line along your lashes. Starting at the inside corner and working toward the outside, delicately trace a line with the pencil angled toward your lashes.

    Be careful how much eyeliner you apply, as a little really does go a long way. For a dramatic look, thicker and darker is very acceptable. For a subtle definition, stick with a lighter application
    Thanks for sharing the information.

  8. #18


    my favorite eye make up includes black smokey eye!

  9. #19

    **Annie Adolph** Female

    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    514 Loving Acres Road Springtown, TX 76082


    hi....hemantlatawa all the tips are really good especially 4th tips is necessary for everyone. All the tips are much helpful for me

  10. #20

    **Brenda J. Myers** Female

    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    977 Vineyard Drive Independence, OH 44131


    it depends what age but i would go light on the eye shadow and mascara with a little bit of eyeliner { eye clenser for the sticky mascara }

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