Ideal arrows for every eye shape: 7 easy-to-read instructions
Ideal arrows for every eye shape: 7 easy-to-read instructions
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Perhaps one of the most "painful" topics of many girls is the arrows. We already know how difficult it is to match your eyes perfectly. But do not despair, dear girls! Renowned London make-up artist Celia Burton shared with us the secrets of drawing flawless arrows.

Here you will find visual instructions on how to apply the eyeliner for each eye shape.

Almond eyes

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"Start from the inner corner of the eye and the thinnest line, gradually thicken it towards the outer corner of the eye and bring it up slightly behind the crease of the eyelid."

Deep set eyes

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"Start the arrow from the middle of the upper eyelid and do not go beyond the edge of the lash line, otherwise you will get the effect of tired, half-closed eyes."

Asian eyes

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“The trick is to move the arrow out of the lash line and lift the tip up. The secret of success: the tip of the arrow should end strictly under the outer edge of the eyebrow, not earlier and not further."

Large eyes

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"To avoid the effect of bulging eyes or bulging eyes, use a thin line to emphasize the lash line without going beyond it."

Eyes with downward outer corners

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"Start the arrow a little further than the middle of the eyelid and sharply increase its width, leading out of the corner of the lash line, this visually opens the eyes and makes the look more expressive."

Close-set eyes

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"With this type, I would generally recommend not to draw arrows, in extreme cases - a thin line from the center of the upper eyelid to the corner."

Wide-set eyes

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“Start straight from the inner corner of a medium-thick line, widen it toward the outer corner of the eye, and extend the ponytail up. Underline the lower eyelid with a thin line, slightly missing to the corners."

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