Rocking a fun eye makeup look is an easy way to express your personality and draw major attention to your pretty peepers. From surprisingly colored smoky eyes to funky-shaped lashes, we’ve got you covered with easy eye makeup tutorials. So, go ahead and make one of the following your new go-to makeup look for a night out!
1: Apply eye shadow. Use a dark reddish shade and apply it to your upper lid from your lashes to crease. Then, apply the same color to your lower lash line with an angled brush.
2: Diffuse the shadow. Take a smudge brush and diffuse the shadow on your upper and lower lids.
3: Line your eyes. Use a creamy matte eyeliner pencil on your upper and lower lash line.
4: Highlight. Apply highlighter to your brow bone and the inner corner of your eyes. A highlighter pencil offers the most convenience and precision.
5: Pump up the volume. Coat your lashes with a volumzing mascara, like the L'Oreal Paris Voluminous Million Lashes Mascara.
1: Prep your lids. Use an eye makeup primer, like the LA Girl High Definition Eye Shadow Primer to create a smooth canvas for makeup application.
2: Create your winged flick. Use a felt-tipped eyeliner to draw a line from the outer corner of your eye, stopping just past the crease.
3: Draw another line. Start at the center of your upper lash line and draw a line that connects with the end of the line you created in Step 2.
4: Trace the line. Start at the inner corner of your eye and trace all of your upper lash line.
5: Fill in the gaps. Shade in any gaps so you have a bold winged cat eye.
6: Draw dots. Use the same eyeliner to paint four, evenly-spaced dots along your lower lash line.
1: Create your cat eye. Prep your lids with primer, and use a felt-tipped eyeliner to thickly line your upper lids and make a winged flick.
2: Curl your lashes. Use an eyelash curler to achieve this.
3: Apply a lengthening mascara.
4: Use eyeliner on your bottom lashes. To finish off the spider look, use a pointed-tip liquid eyeliner and paint on your bottom lashes in downward strokes.
1: Draw a thick line across your upper lash line. Use a tangerine-colored eye pencil or liquid liner to do this, and wing it out into a cat eye. Keep thickening the cat eye until you reach your desired level of intensity.
2: Apply orange eye shadow to your lower lash line. Use a wet angled liner brush to paint the shadow on, and also dust the tips of your lower lashes with it.
1: Prime your lashes. Use a coat of the Urban Decay Subversion Lash Primer before you apply mascara.
2: Get to coloring. Apply a brightly-colored mascara, such as the L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Original Mascarain Cobalt Blue to your top and bottom lashes. This shade is flattering on everyone!
1: Apply a white primer to your lids. This will seriously help the blue pop!
2: Apply eye shadow to your lids. Use the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Evidence - deep navy blue shimmer.
3: Apply eye shadow to your lower lash line. Focus on the outer half of your eye.
4: Line your inner rims. Use a black pencil eyeliner to line your waterline.
Glitter is the easiest way to jazz up any look. If you want to sparkle in the crowd, this one is definitely for you!
1: Prep your lids.Using an eye makeup primer can help to create the perfect base for applying shadow and liner.
2: Dust your lids. Use a brown eye shadow from the Urban Decay Naked 2 eyeshadow Makeup palette. Make sure to use just a little bit because you want this to look subtle.
3. Add glitter. Using a glitter liner, paint small dots along your lower lid, going past the outer corner, similar to the dotted cat eye.
1: Prime your lids. Use an eye makeup primer to get started.
2: Apply a burgundy eye shadow. Use an eye shadow brush to apply the shadow all over your lid, blending the color upward to the crease. Then, dust a light layer of the eye shadow along your lower lash line.
3: Layer on orange and yellow eye shadows. Apply the orange eye shadow to your crease, blending it in with a fluffy eye shadow brush in side-to-side motions. Next, gently dust yellow eye shadow just above your crease, buffing it out.
4: Draw a cat eye. Use your felt-tipped black liquid liner to create a winged flick. That sunset’s got nothing on you!
Break the rules and bust out white eyeliner, which looks great in winter and summer.
1: Prime your lids. Use a matte primer and blend it over your entire lid.
2: Line your upper lashline with white eyeliner. Try the NYX Cosmetics Slide On Pencil, SL04 Pure White. Add a little bit of eyeliner to the lower corners of your eyes, too. Keep building the color until you get a stark white line.
3: Top things off with mascara. Apply a volumizing formula, like the L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Original Mascara.