By Sheila Arkee
After breaking down basic eye shapes in the Anatomy of Eye Shadow, I wanted to revisit the topic with some quick and easy advanced eye shadow application techniques. Let’s get down to business and talk about working the crease.
Like most people, you may be accustomed to doing a wash of color evenly distributed below the browbone, like this example.
The magic of makeup is that it is so easy to create illusions with simple, and easy changes. Instead of an even crease, try focusing the crease on the inner part of your eye, closer to your tear ducts.
Why concentrate your crease color on the inner part of your eyes? Not only is it a little something different for every shadow user, this technique is perfect for those with wide set eyes, creating the illusion closer set eyes.