Sooner or later we all wonder how to do eye makeup with a pencil. And really, how?
The best way to do your makeup with a pencil is to use an eye shadow pencil.
First, it’s convenient. The size of the lead is such that in a couple of seconds you will paint over the entire movable eyelid.
Secondly, it is practical. The pencil shadows are more pigmented, which is why the color does not lose brightness when shading.
In this tutorial I will show you how good or bad pencil shadows behave. Kiko long lasting stick eyeshadows…
How to do eye makeup with a pencil
Using pencils in 2 shades, I decided to show you the summer version of Smoky Eyes.
To begin with, I applied Kiko Long Lasting Stick Eyeshadows in color # 19 to the entire movable eyelid as the base color right up to the crease of the eyelid.
Using a fluffy brush, I blend the pencil only around the edges, without touching the center, to maintain color saturation.
Then I brought the lower lid of the Kiko Long Lasting Stick Eyeshadows in shade # 10 straight out of the stick.
Using a small flat brush, I blend the pencil around the edges.
This is a very important point – pencil shading. Many people shade the entire pencil, which is why they lose their color saturation. Bottom line: makeup looks plain. To preserve the color, drag with a pencil brush only around the edges.
On the mucous membrane of the eye there was a shade number 19.
That’s how easy it turned out eye makeup with a pencil.
You can use any other colors and brands of eyeliner. The main thing is to understand the application scheme so that later it can be easily repeated!
What do you think about makeup using pencils?