If you have deep set eyes, you want your eye makeup to bring your eyes forward to make them appear larger and prevent them from
looking as though they are receding into your head. Read more to discover makeup tips for deep set eyes that you can easily
incorporate into your daily beauty routine
1. Use Concealer
Dark circles underneath your eyes can stand out more prominently when you have deep set eyes and make it look as though your eyes
are receding back into your head.
Before you apply your eye makeup, get rid of your dark circles by blending a color-correcting concealer all over the area
underneath your eye. Pat the concealer in without wiping it in order to layer the most product to cover up darkness without looking cakey.
2. Highlight Around Your Eyes
Applying highlighter to the areas around your eyes can make your eyes look bigger, brighter, and less deep set.
Use a shimmering white or neutral, champagne highlighter to highlight the inner corners of your eyes, your brow bone,
and the area around the outside edges of your eyes to make them stand out.
3. Focus On Your Brow Bone
Concentrating eye makeup near your brow bone can help create the illusion of eyes that are lifted and set more forward.
Use a light color eyeshadow to enhance your brow bone. Make sure that you blend the makeup you apply to your brow bone
into the rest of your eye makeup to prevent a streaky, uneven appearance.
4. Don’t Skimp on Sparkle
Using eye makeup with a shimmery finish can help draw attention to your eyes and make them look as though they are
popping out instead of drawing into your head.
Try a light color eyeshadow with a shimmer finish. Or, you can apply a translucent shimmer dust over your
finished eye makeup look for an all-over sparkle.
5. Use a Light Base
Before you apply the rest of your eyeshadow, you should apply a light base color to your eyelid.
This base color can help brighten up your eyes and help them look bigger and stand out more against the rest of your face.
6. Add Color to Your Corner
Adding a bright or shimmery color to the inner corners of your eyes can help draw attention to your eyes and make them appear less deep set.
If you don’t want to apply a pop of color or glitter to your inner corners, make sure to extend the light base color you apply to the inner
corners of your eyes to brighten them.
7. Use Complementary Colors
If you have deep set eyes, you should try to draw attention to the color of you eyes rather than their position. A great way to do this is
by using eye makeup colors that bring out the natural color of your eyes and help them appear brighter and more vibrant.
Applying makeup when you have deep set eyes can be a challenge. If you’re feeling frustrated, use the makeup tips for deep set eyes
in this post to transform your makeup routine and customize it to enhance your natural features.