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The Basic Neutral Eye Tutorial (Good for Mono-lids and Hooded Lids)

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I’ve mentioned before, and will repeat, that the main tip for applying color and definition to the hooded or mono-lid eye (including those with very small or undefined double-lids) is to make sure you apply color along the socket line, NOT the crease/fold of your lid.

This is a very basic shape using just a:

  • Matte beige
  • Matte Black
  • Metallic brown
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Step 1: First apply a flesh-colored primer to the lids and then pack a matte beige to the inner 2/3 of the lids.

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Step 2: Using a small pointed brush, apply black shadow in a diagonal swatch inwards frmo the outer corner of the eye, like above.

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Step 3: Using a rich brown and a pointed detail brush, run the color from outside in along the socket line (feel for the hollow arc above your eye balls), and stop before reaching the inner corners. This will be your guiding line for the eye shape.

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Step 4: With a blending brush, pack more brown from the outer corners inwards, blending and smoking along the socket line that you drew earlier.

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Step 5: Using a flat angled brush, pick up some black shadow and run it along the lash line frmo outer corners in. The line should go all the way to the inner corner along the upper lash line, and only half-way in along the lower lash line. Do the upper lid first so you have minimal shadow on the brush when doing the lower.

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Step 6: Finish with black mascara and you’re done!

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Crisis On Infinite Earths #7, October 1985, cover by George Perez

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Crisis On Infinite Earths #7, October 1985, cover by George Perez

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