In this tutorial, you will learn how to apply a ring eyeshadow. This tutorial is provided by Noghre Negar Beauty Institute. To join our classes or receive our professional makeup services, please contact us at 09354860394.
Greetings. I’m Mahtab from Noghre Negar Beauty Institute. In this makeup tutorial, I’ll show you how to apply a beautiful ring shadow.
In order to apply this type of shadow, first, you have to make the area on the eyelids look lighter. To do this I will use a light concealer. After that, I used a fixing powder or pancake to dry the area to prevent sweating and ruining the rest of the shadow. Next, I moved on to adding the darker shades. To do this, first I used aqua and a thin brush to determine the border of the shadow.
After fading the aqua, I used my preferred shadow. For this makeup, I chose a light brown color. I will fade the shadow liner on the aqua using a shading brush. Continue this shadow liner above the area we lightened in the form of a ring until the top of the eyelids. After fading the shadow, I will draw the eyeliner. Based on the form of the eyes of my model, I drew the eyeliner a little thicker and with an upward canton.
Based on the natural form of the eyes, I chose an eyelash with longer lashes at the outer edge and shorter ones at the inner edge of the eye, after finishing the eyeliner. This will make the eyes look longer and leaning upward. After putting the eyelash in place, I fixed it so it can be corrected in place and lightened the shade under the eyebrows.
After adding the shading, it’s time to work on the eyebrows. The edge of the eyebrows should be darker than the arch because these eyebrows are thick enough. We should be careful not to go out of the natural frame of the eyebrows. If you do, it will make the face look wide and rough.
When you’re done with the eyes and then eyebrows, it’s time to add the highlight on the cheeks. The highlight goes from close to the earlobes to the end of the cheekbones in a way that it’s darker close to the earlobes and lighter on the cheeks. Now you can use a highlighter or any other makeup tool you prefer to apply the highlight above the cheeks. This should be applied above the highlight we applied on the cheeks.
I used a lighter shadow, pancake or cheek powder to apply a thin line below the highlight on the cheeks to give the face a little more dimension. Now we have to draw the lip liner. For those of you who are new to this, you can just draw two diagonal lines in the middle on the lips and continue them until you reach the edges of the lips. This will help draw a symmetrical line. After you’ve applied the lip liner, you can use a brush to fill the lips if you use a palette. If you are using a pen, fill the lips carefully and delicately to apply a clean fill for the inside of the lips using the pen.
I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. We’ll be back with more tutorials soon.