In this brief tutorial, you’ll learn how to apply a butterfly eyeliner using Micro-pigmentation. This video is provided by Mrs. Faezeh Jafari, Micro-pigmentation expert and administration of Faezeh Jafari Skin & Hair Clinic. To benefit from the latest Micro-pigmentation techniques please contact us at 09121962430.
Greetings. I’m Faezeh Jafari, Micro-pigmentation artist with more than ten years of experience, and administrator of Faezeh Jafari Skin & Hair Clinic. Today I want to teach you how to perform a butterfly eye shading.
We have our model here and as you can see the edge of the eyes are a bit sunken. We want to use Micrpo-pigmentation to make the eyes point up a bit. To do this we apply a wide butterfly eyeliner. We can use multiple colors or just use a single color to get the results. By single color, I mean either black and white or black and brown.
Eyes are usually divided into three lines. The first one is where the eyeliner is drawn. The second line is where the eyelids fold and create a wrinkle, and the third line is the mirror of the folding point of the lower eyelid on the upper eyelid when the eyes are open.
This method produces very mild effects on the eyes. It’s very aesthetically pleasing and natural. We add the initial design using a brown pen around the area by adding dots. We use the black color as the eyeliner. Nevertheless, we can’t use black in the same places where we used brown and green colors.
Whiter and thinner skins might look a little bruised afterward and our green color won’t be visible. Therefore, you have to be careful when applying green because it will bruise. Don’t apply the color too deep either. If you happen to notice the pigmentation process isn’t taking effect, you can change the angle of your hand. If you are already doing that and it’s not working, then change to a 90-degree angle.
When the process is reaching the end, you have to use light strokes with slower hand movements. Don’t overdo the process. Butterfly shading should change in color spectrum moving from darker colors to lighter ones based on the colors you are using.
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