Wondering how to accentuate your eyes in a natural-looking way? Lancôme's Sandy Linter, head makeup artist at New York's Rita Hazan Salon, shows how a neutral smoky eye can work wonders.
"Start with an eye shadow base-something that's tacky so that it holds the shadow," says Linter, who used Lancôme Aquatique Waterproof Eyecolour Base in Nude. "If your eyelid is dry you can use a concealer, but if your lid is warm you really do need a base that will pick up moisture and keep your makeup looking smooth."
"When you want to enhance your eyes, you should use a dark liner-navy, charcoal, brown, or black-to contrast against the whites of your eye and your eye color," says Linter. "You should also use pencil because it's easily manipulated."
Linter applied it along the upper lash line in "little dashes," working from the inner corner of the eye to the outside edge. "The shape should get gradually thicker as you move away from the nose," she says.
After dotting lids with liner, Linter connected the dashes: "A tiny eyeliner brush softens and perfects the line." She then used a pointed cotton tip to push the line "up and out" at the corners.
"A neutral smoky eye is all about playing with dark and light," says Linter, who used the shimmering ivory-pink shade from Lancôme's Color Design palette in Coral Crush on lids. "Having darker tones surround a lighter one gives shape and definition-the light on the eye makes it pop."
Brighten the eye area by using a sheer, translucent concealer or highlighter around the eye.
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