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Doe-Eyed look: Start by applying first coat of mascara. Using a contour brush, sweep a nude eyeshadow from lash line to brow bone. Apply a champagne metallic shadow onto the eye lid to create a subtle highlight. Define the top lash line using black liquid liner. Apply two coats of mascara to the top lashes and one coat to the lower lashes. Add some faux lashes to open and frame the eyes. Comb brows upwards and outwards and define with eyebrow pencil.

White eyeliner lined in water line, thin black liner on top, lashes, nude lips, pink blush and defined brows

Doe Eye: -sandy nude eyeshadow in crease nude pink on lid -wing liquid eyeliner -thicken eyeliner base across lid -perfect upper eyeliner line to meet wing (follow contour of eye) -white pencil liner on bottom - black liquid liner on 1/3 of bottom lashes - add falsies mascara

So a lot of girls ask me if my eyelashes are fake, no they aren't. But there's the trick to making them look fake. 1. Apply the first coat of mascara. 2. Get a Q-tip and put some baby power on it. 3. Apply it to your eyelashes (this separates them really good) 4. Apply as many coats of mascara and repeat as much as you want. And get fake looking lashes for the day.

MAKEUP TIPS FOR SENSITIVE EYES

Do you know the best and worst ways to apply mascara to prevent your eyes from getting red? Now you do with today's tutorial on thebeautydepartment.com!

Make up. Natural and glowing look: Contoured face, highlight, defined eyebrows, brown eye shadows and nude lipstick. Love this look.

Between applying each coat of mascara, dip a q-tip in a little baby powder and run across lashes, focusing on the tips. The second coat will attach to the powder for a longer, fuller look.