Beauty Challenge 1: Eyes appear small
We aren’t all born with doe-eyed look like the Disney Movie characters, so some artful makeup tricks may be just the thing to make our eyes get noticed. Larger eyes tend to make us look more alert, engaged, innocent and friendly. These traits can be used strategically or just when we want to feel refreshed.
- Define your brows to get your eyes noticed. When you define the area around your eyes, it creates a framework to bring attention and of course compliment the natural eye shape. Brow shaping is our specialty. Consider a brow tint. Did you pluck too much and have thin brows? Try Microblading your brows (see description under Medical Treatments tab.
- Apply a soft taupe or soft muted brow shade in your crease. This will add depth or dimension to make your eyes pop.
- Put a light color on your lid and a shimmery one in your inner corner and brow bone.
- Use a flesh tone in the inner rim when lining your eyes. This neutralizes redness and add a wide-eyed appearance.
- Curl you lashes. If needed consider a lash lift, which will last up to eight weeks. Finish with a coat of mascara, double -coating the top lashes and lightly dusting the bottom lashes. Voila! Eyes look larger, more defined and noticeable from across the room.
Beauty Challenge 2: Lashes are Shrinking
Nothing beats the look of long, lush lashes but many mature women or those with health challenges experience the loss or thinning of lashes. Lash Extensions will enhance the length and definition of each lash for gorgeous look!
Beauty Challenge 3: Wrinkles and Fine Lines
Wrinkles and fine lines under the eyes are very common as it is a common first sign of aging. The texture change under the eyes can be challenging when it comes to makeup sitting well and the concealer doing its main job of hiding discoloration. Also, when eyes are dehydrated, they can absorb water from the concealer resulting in the concealer “disappearing” before the end of the day.
So what’s the solution? Properly hydrating the face with a hyaluronic acid and lipid based moisturizing eye cream is an important first to plump the surface and resolve dehydration. Allow the eye cream to settle for a few minutes then smooth on an eye primer before you put on your concealer.
Reference: Skin Inc Magazine