Fashion isn’t the only thing to change with every passing season. Makeup trends also change to match and compliment a season’s color, weather and feel. This past spring and summer, eye shadows of popping hues such as purple and aquatic and even lighter gold shades were a major hit during catwalks and on the streets.
This fall is all about seductive and flirtatious shadows that spreads throughout your entire eyelid with a good amount of moist and gloss. Today, we’ll take a look at different hues of eye shadows that complement different eye shapes.
Single Eyelids – Burgundy
For those of you with single eyelids like Ga-In, you should try on the burgundy shadow to bring more emphasis towards the eyes. Whether you’re opening or closing your eyes, this hue will add a mysteriously beautiful look that fits perfectly during fall.
First, apply a burgundy pearl shadow all over the eyelid as well as the under-eye region.
Next, add a Champaign colored shadow above the burgundy eyelid and blend it to create a slight gradation.
Add a touch of pink or white pearl shadow on the middle of the eyelid and the under-eye region to bring a three dimensional effect.
For a more defined look, draw a winged liner with burgundy pencil eyeliner and finish the look by applying dark mascara.
Double Eyelids – Orange
Orange is the perfect hue that creates a softer look for those with big double eyelids. Just the right amount of orange shadow will bring a rejuvenating effect like it does to Ko Joon-Hee, without the need of any additional products.
Apply a beige-toned eye shadow all over the eyelids.
Follow up the beige with a line of a darker toned coral shadow right above the eyelid.
Mix up the red and brown shadows to create a more natural gradation and, starting from the bottom of the top eyelid, apply an orange shade halfway. You may also use any shine or glitter that you see fit.
With black eyeliner, create a thin winged eye and make the final touch with black mascara.
–STORY BY MICHELLE KIM
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