To achieve this aspect, draw an invisible line that goes from the outer point of your eyebrow to the edge of your face. Then draw a second invisible line that continues from the bottom line of your eyelashes upwards. Where the two imaginary lines meet is where you want your eyeliner to tilt. Apply the eyeliner only from the center of the lash line, not from the inside. Use a primer or primer to cover the pores and tinge the most greasy parts of your face. Mix a small amount of base on your face with a sponge, focusing on the T zone.
Apply concealer on any imperfection or redness using a brush on top of the base. Use a powder and brush to keep this finish impeccable all day! Use a primer or base and rub under your eyes with your finger. \Use a concealer that is a little lighter than your base to highlight the area. Apply it with your finger, mixing it all over your face with a sponge. Then gently press some powder into the area with a soft brush. Finally, use a highlight powder on the cheekbones just below the circles. Use a lip liner that is close to your natural lip color.
Draw around the edges of the shape of your lips, going a little further out to make them look bigger. Tilt the pencil slightly to the sides, blend into the line and then use a brush to mix the pencil with the lips. Take a slightly darker shade of the lip liner and apply it only in the outer corners to add a bit of contour and improve its appearance.
Finally, take a highlighter and apply it to Cupid’s bow and to the center of the lower lip. Use a brush to make sure it is completely mixed. Take a lighter eye shadow and apply it under the eyebrow and in the inner corners of the eye. Use a darker, warmer shade on the crease of your eyelid: this makes it look deeper and creates a larger appearance. Apply a medium shade, just above the crease and below the line of the lower lashes. Finally, use a light beige eyeliner pencil and apply it to the waterline of the lower eyelid. When applying mascara, concentrate on the outer lashes, tilting slightly outward. Apply a dark eyeliner just below the waterline on the upper and lower lash lines, focusing on the outer corners.
For the first layer, bring the brush from the mask to the root of the lashes and move it from side to side as you brush up. For the second layer, simply brush up, as usual, on the upper lashes only. Apply a final coat only on the tips of the tabs. To prevent clumping, take a small comb and brush through the tabs, tilting them out.