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This Christmas, Try These Glittery Eye Makeup Ideas to Win the Party Spirit

12 December, 2016

We declare glitter and shimmer as the official code for this Christmas season. It is something that you need to win the hearts and steal the show!

With Christmas and the New Year’s Eve on the cart, this time is probably the best time of the year when you can try to be an extra special and glittery- especially when you are willing to weave the magic through your eyes. When we personally talk about the glittery trends, we see the entire social media (be it Instagram, Facebook or Twitter) brimming with the shades of glossy and richly-pigmented inspo. Keeping this in mind, we have these 5 amazing glittery eye makeup ideas that we think you should definitely try this Christmas.

  1. Starry Eyes

 

Put a fantastic 3-D spin to your eye makeup by adding some gorgeous holographic stars along with the side corners of eyes. Keep it a balanced mixture of big and small stars and perfectly pair them with a fabulous set of hazel-eyed coloured contact lenses. Just see how beautiful it is going to look!

  1. Full Shimmer

 

Golden shimmer shadow teamed with a heavy charcolic black in your lashes and outlines is nothing but a perfect match for this Christmas celebrations. Dash it out in bushy look and even if you want to highlight your bone brow by adding extra shimmers, go for it.

  1. Plain Glossy Eyelids

 

If you want to keep your style subtle and not something too glittery or shimmery then goes for the gloss. Add the plain fine layer of clear gloss over a matte eye shadow and just wear it out with all your grace and confidence. Trust us- you are going to win the show.

  1. Adding glitters under the eyes

 

Turn the makeup trend upside down by reversing the routine method of wearing an eye makeup. Add all the shines and glimmers beneath the eyes while keeping the upper portion subtle with light hues. You can also pair it with a cat eye look.

  1. Golden Streaks

The glimpse of gold in the inner, upper and lower corners of the eyes looks simply mesmerizing. Fill your eyes with the golden delight and shine on during the holidaying season.

Eye Makeup with Medusa Cosmetics: Quick Tips!

13 April, 2015

You are in love with Medusa Cosmetics, and so are we! The idea of using beautiful Medusa makeup, especially for eyes, is a heartfelt desire shared by every woman. Wear this makeup look for the Halloween fun and get a distinctive look. Easily said than done, applying eye makeup is a hard nut to crack- it is not as easy as wearing a gorgeous party dress. One needs to understand the process and art of using Eyeshadow as a professional expert. Looking for some amazing tips? Have a look at these fantastic suggestions that you can use for doing eye makeup with Medusa Cosmetics!

Checklist for Eye makeup with Eyeshadow:
  • The ability to create a perfect blend of light and dark colors.
  • A mini brush kit is must required.
  • Select your set of best Medusa Eyeshadow shades.
  • Use lash-extending waterproof mascara.
  • Things to be considered while doing the eye makeup:
  • Start with the eye makeup first, and then go for the rest of the face makeup.
  • Use light concealer or foundation for preparing the base- it will also control the moisture element in your skin.
  • Raise your eyebrows to the highest point for the best eye makeup- start applying eyeshadow from the corners
  • Be comfortable, look straight in the mirror, elevate you face (for stretching the skin) and apply eyeshadow with the thinnest brush in order to define boundaries.
  • Use light colors first and then go for the darker shades- never let a dark shade overshadow the appeal of a light shade.
  • Go for full strokes and never move inward while applying eyeshadow, especially on the cease.
  • After setting the boundaries, use a large brush for applying shades to the lashes, and go all the way to your eyebrows.
  • The second color should never go above the crease- you should use dark shades as second colors.
  • Use neutral tones for regular makeup and matte powder for the party makeup- the golden rule of having a classic makeup look!
  • Add a subtle shine on the eyebrow bone (and nowhere else) - this will highlight your eye makeup.
  • Remove extra eyeshadow color with the help of brush- no use of hands!