Mary Lyrio


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EYE, SHAPES AND CHARACTERISTICS

27/03/2015 18:12

                    

Continuing the series, the prerequisites for the preparation of a perfect makeup, today I will Faler the eye shape. Click on the link:  SERIES OF PREREQUISITE FOR MAKE UP PERFECT

Know what the shape of your eye is important for proper makeup. But this is not an easy task, because the shape of our eyes includes a set of features.

You know that perfect eye makeup that you saw in a picture, found it easy, but could not do the same? This is because each eye has different attributes. So just know the characteristics of their eyes and bet on your talent. 

 
 

CLASSIFICATION OF EYES:

1 - ON THE FORMAT:

The eyes can be round, almond, encapsulated and Asians.

 

- ROUND EYES

    

Are eyes with rounded contours with a large eye opening.

 

ALMOND-SHAPED EYES

      

They are considered perfect proportion to make-up; have slightly elevated outer corners, resembling an almond.

 

 - EYES ENCAPSULATED 

   

It is the eye that when you open the mobile eyelid does not appear. Small eyes, covered by the upper eyelid.

 

 - ASIAN EYES

     

They are eyes that have a natural high at the outer corners and a small eye opening. Lack concave, the lids are flat and uniform.

 
 

 2 - HOW MUCH THE EYELID:

Eye may be drooping eyelids or large

- EYES WITH  DROOPING EYELIDS 

    A major characteristic is the sagging of the upper eyelid.

     

- EYES WITH LARGE EYLID  

        

 It is when the mobile eyelid is great, even with the open eye.

     

 

    3 - IN APPEARANCE:

    The eyes may be deep or protruding.

    - DEEP EYES

           

They seem to be into the face, creating the brow bone printing be prominent. Entire eye region is founded.

                

 

 - SALIENT EYES

               

 Eyes projected out and often have small pockets in the bottom.

   

      

4 - IN THE DISTANCE:

The eyes can be separate or together.

- EYES SEPARATE

   

The space between the eyes is larger than the width of the eye itself.

 

           

- TOGETHER EYES

                     

The space between the eyes is less than the width of the eye itself.