1. I first applied a generous amount of primer and foundation all around my eye. Then I went over my whole eyelid up to my eyebrows with a white kajal pencil and set it all with a transparent powder.
2. I applied the white pencil on my waterline and bottom eyelashes and enlarged my eye with outdrawing the shape of my eye under the eyelashes. I set it all with a matte white eyeshadow.
3. After I had a smooth surface to work with, I applied a light nude shade all over my eyelid and a white shimmering eyeshadow around my tearducts and on my browbone.
4. Simulating the shape of my real crease, I drew a fake crease a little bit higher with a black eye pencil, created dimension with brown eyeshadow, deepened the crease by applying black eyeshadow with a smaller flat brush and defined the final fake crease with black gel liner.
5. I started doing my eyeliner from the middle and worked my way out following my upper (not lower!) lashline, creating a droppy sleepy effect and brought it out quite a lot. Then I completed the inner third as well.
6. With a small blending brush, I applied a light brown eyeshadow under the white shape I created under my eye. Then, with the same black gel eyeliner I used for the top eyeliner, I started creating a fake lower lashline and connected it with the droppy upper eyeliner. I drew on a few "lashes" as well.
7. I defined my eyebrows sharply and made them thinner as usual. Then I applied mascara on my upper eyelashes, waited for it to dry and put on dolly false eyelashes. I cut one part of thicker eyelashes in half and applied those two parts a little bit further than where my real lashline ends.
That's it, your anime eye is done :)
- Added Feb 12, 2013