Holding your brush closer to the bristles will make your look too harsh, and holding it too close to the end will make it harder for you to control where you’re placing the shadow. Right in the middle is the best place to to hold it.
The white eyeshadow base will make colours like pink, green, and orange more vibrant when applied over top.
As a general rule, if you want to make your eyes appear larger and more almond-shaped, you should apply darker colours to the outer corner of your eye and work backwards; applying lighter shades to the inner third of your eye, finishing with a highlighter next to your tear duct.
This is just as important for pulling together your look. Use whatever shade you used on your crease for this area.
Invest in a good eyelash curler and your lashes will look amazing no matter what mascara you’re using. My favourite is the Charming Bay Lashes.
Sometime softer looks are nicer, and this look can be gently smudged to add some subtle sexiness.
Fake 8 hours of sleep with a good flesh-coloured kohl along your lower lash line.
Avoid coating your inner lashes and concentrate product towards the outer lashes, hooking them and lifting them outwards.
There are loads of handy tutorials online that show you how easy it is to do winged eyeliner using a stencil; but our favourites are probably Sellotape and a business card, both of which will give you that sharp, straight edge. Wings on fleek every time!
Why you ask? Because it makes a lovely, subtle no-makeup eyeliner effect that works because the remains of the kohl will still be lingering at the base of your lashes.
Use it on your lashes and your brows.
Never fear! NYX has you sorted with their waterproof topcoat that you can apply over your usual mascara to keep it in place come rain or uh, more rain.
If it feels too firm, warming it up using a lighter or match will help soften it.