How to properly shade the shadows by doing eye makeup
It often happens that doing eye makeupOn the master class or independently, the girls are faced with the fact that they do not know how to properly hold the brush and in what direction to shade the shadows. Just in this master class, we'll look at several types of shading shadows and how to correctly apply them with different brushes.
To work with shadows, you will need the following brushes:
- Small flat in the form of a tongue;
- Average flat for shading of shadows;
- Fluffy brush;
- Large flat brush.
The key to high-quality stamping is not only highly pigmented shades and brushes with natural nap, but also prepared skin for applying makeup.
First of all, we bring purity to the whole face and tone it. Do not forget about dark circles under the eyes, as makeup may look sloppy if you do not remove them.
Also for the accuracy of the make-up an eyebrow responds, which is a kind of frame. Maximize it to the color of your hair and give it the right shape.
In conclusion, apply the eyelid base under the shadows andLet it absorb a little. After this, walk very lightly with a brush with a tone, applying a transparent invisible layer. Fix the surface of the shadows under the skin color both over the upper and lower eyelid.
For example, let's take a tuft of a pencil detail, as the further shading of the shadows will coincide.
Since the pencil is a fatty texture, it is betterJust use a synthetic brush of good quality or with a mixed pile. The brush should be of such size that it would be convenient for you to perform short and fast movements. Ideally, it will be in the form of a tongue.
In the main in the direction, all the staples are divided intoThree sides. First of all, this is a set of arrows in the upper eyelid. If it goes to the middle of the century or to the inner corner, we still try to stew in the beginning in one direction. Only at the corner of the eye you need to change direction, which you will understand yourself, doing this kind of make-up.
This arrow tushuem in the direction of the lowerThe corner of the head of the eyebrow. The pile of the brush should almost lie on the eyelid. We grasp the end of the part with the brush, retreating about 2-3 mm inside. Do not forget to constantly draw a pencil or a shadow for the color depth on the brush. We achieve a smooth transition. The slouch should completely repeat the shape of the part. That is, all lines must be observed.
In the same way, we perform the shading throughoutDetails, just change direction. In the lower eyelid tushuem pencil in the direction of earlobe. In the upper eyelid in the direction of the temple. We follow the rules of stamping, which were described for the arrow. Observing the original shape and adhering to all the lines, you will see how the lines of the tuft will be connected in a beautiful petal.
There is an important rule that will help you inShading of shadows: on fat textures we do not shade the shadows, they need to be covered initially dry, and then work on their surface. This applies to the pencil. With a fluffy brush, we apply the basic shade of the shadows throughout the tuft.
Now you can safely apply the shadows of the desired color. For example, we put a light brown tint on the stamen, and even deeper a darker brown tint. Even more deeply apply a black tint, if required by makeup. The technique of shading of shadows is the same as in the shading of a pencil, only with a new darker color we go all the way in depth.
Excellent assistant in this case is a fluffy brush. She can very quickly shade the shadows on the upper crease, only repeating its shape.
Also, if your tusk is not completely successful and the edgeIt turned out a little sharp, then such a brush can shade the edge in the right direction without damage to make-up. You just need to type a few neutral shadows on it. The corner of the eye can also be decorated, taking a fluffy brush, but more dense.
Another small tip. In order to make up the apple, friable or ordinary shadows are used. It is best to apply them with a flat, wide brush, not tushuya, but simply clapping.
Stock up with good brushes, shadows, patience, and you will get the perfect stitch.