Accentuate Your Eyes

Your eyes are usually the first thing people notice, which is why we love to accentuate them. Below are some tips for making your eyes stand out and look fabulous.

Eyebrow-Defining Products

Eyebrows frame your face, so you should keep them looking feathery & fluffy if you want to accentuate your eyes. Eyebrow pencils are great for adding in dimension, eyebrow powders are best for coverage and fill, and eyebrow gels will give them that final touch to keep them lifted.

Our Picks:

GXVE by Gwen Stefani Most Def Clean Sculpting Eyebrow Pencil ($24, shop here)

Anastasia Beverly Hills Ombré Effect Brow Powder Duo ($23, shop here)

Iconic London Liquid Brow Silk Max Hold Gel ($24, shop here)

Eyeshadow Primer

If we can give you one piece of advice regarding eye makeup: Use an eyeshadow primer. There’s nothing worse than having your meticulously applied eyeshadow smudge! The best kind of eyeshadow primer is lightweight and applies smoothly, so you have no creases after application to your eyelid.

Our Pick: Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion ($25, shop here)

Eyeshadow

Eyeshadow is where you get to have some extra fun accentuating your eyes. We love colorful eyeshadow for everyday wear, as it can exude positive energy and boost confidence – even when you’re having a bad day. Embrace bright, vibrant palettes to bring out your eyes.

Our Pick: MAC Art Library: It’s Designer Eye Palette ($49, shop here)

Eyeliner

Eyeliner is extremely versatile when it comes to accentuating the eyes. You can give yourself a dramatic, smoldering, or vintage-inspired look. No matter how you go about it, either by doing a cat eye or lining the eyelid and the waterline, you can’t go wrong. You can also play with color when you use eyeliner – it doesn’t have to be brown or black.

Our Picks:

Stila All Day Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner ($23, shop here)

Make Up For Ever Aqua Resist Color Pencil Eyeliner ($22, shop here)

Mascara

A quality mascara is necessary for bringing out your eyes. The best kind of mascara is long-lasting and doesn’t flake, smudge, or fall off. Good mascara gives you the appearance of voluminous, long, and full lashes and isn’t weighed down by the product itself.

Our Pick: Glossier Lash Slick Mascara ($16, shop here)

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