How To Make Your Eyes Look Bigger Without Looking Ridiculous Love the big doe-eyed look, but want a natural-makeup look? It's possible! Check out these low-key way to open up your peepers using makeup that'a appropriate for the office, errands, or school.

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using 5 key brushes. If I mention them twice, make sure they are wiped against a towel clean; before new application ① apply VIRGIN to brow bone (w/Mac 239 brush) ② apply HUSTLE in crease (w/ rounded pencil 'crease' brush) ③ apply SIN (wet) inner lid; then gradually add TOASTED (wet) to mid lid (w/ flat concealer brush) ④ go back in crease and outer "V" crease & apply DARKHORSE (w/ round pencil brush) ⑤ softly blend out crease w/ blending brush; then with same brush...

using 5 key brushes. If I mention them twice, make sure they are wiped against a towel clean; before new application ① apply VIRGIN to brow bone (w/Mac 239 brush) ② apply HUSTLE in crease (w/ rounded pencil 'crease' brush) ③ apply SIN (wet) inner lid; then gradually add TOASTED (wet) to mid lid (w/ flat concealer brush) ④ go back in crease and outer "V" crease & apply DARKHORSE (w/ round pencil brush) ⑤ softly blend out crease w/ blending brush; then with same brush...

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Apply a satin neutral beige on eyelid with a lighter satin/shimmer highlighter shadow along brow bone and inner corner of eyes. Apply a sweep of back eyeliner on upper lid sweeping outward.

Never thought to use pencil "above the eyeball" in the crease to intensify the smoky eye... I may have to try this!

Never thought to use pencil "above the eyeball" in the crease to intensify the smoky eye... I may have to try this!

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