How to apply mascara correctly? (part2)
Okay, now let us talk about eye shape and mascara:
Eyes far apart
Start with the mascara and apply the mascara principles mentioned above, and make sure you cover all your lashes. For eyes that are far apart, I recommend applying mascara from the inner corner of the eye to the middle of the eyelid. The darkest area should be the inner corner of your eye to make your eyes look closer together.
Eyes close together
For close eyes, you should keep your eyes apart, so the darkest part of the mascara should be the outer corner of the eye. Curl your lashes and apply the first layer of mascara focusing on the outer corner. Start the second layer from the middle of the lashes and continue outwards.
To be more effective, apply a liquid eyeliner along your lash line, or apply a large amount of mascara to the roots of the lashes to make sure the darkest part of the mascara you apply is the outer corner of your eye. This raises the ends of the eyes and makes the eyes appear to be farther apart.
For people with smaller eyes, we need to make the mascara look much bigger and rounder. My advice is to apply a layer of thickening mascara on all the lashes.
Then take a lifting mascara and apply it only in the middle of the lashes. This draws attention to the center of your eye and makes your eyes appear wider, wider, and larger.
To enhance or create an almond eye, focus the mascara on the outer corner of the upper and lower lashes. Try a thickening mascara for the upper lashes, and apply the second layer from the middle of the eyelid to the outer corner.
Then use the tip of a mascara brush or a smaller brush and apply the mascara generously to the lower lashes as well, but only to the outer corner. This will help to enlarge or give the almond shape to the eye.