3 Quick Tips to Make Your Eyes Appear Bigger

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I’ve been wearing my glasses a lot more than my contacts lately. One of things I don’t like about wearing glasses is that it makes my eyes appear smaller. Personally, I’m a fan of the wide-eyed look. So I thought I would share these 3 simple tricks I use to make my eyes appear bigger.

1.  I curl my lashes. I cannot tell you how much this helps. After curling my lashes, I use two coats of mascara to help my curled lashes stay curled all day.

2.  I line my waterline with white eyeliner. This helps the white of my eyes appear bigger helping to create the   illusion of bigger eyes.

3.  I line my eyes with eyeliner as close to the lash line as possible. I make sure not to heavily line my eyes. Heavy eyeliner will make your eyes appear smaller.

Do you guys have tips and tricks to create the illusion of bigger eyes? Do share!

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4 comments to 3 Quick Tips to Make Your Eyes Appear Bigger

  • Natalie

    Thanks for these tips. I love the look of lining the waterline, but I’ve been hesitant to try it because I wonder about it being potentially bad for my eyes and difficult to remove. Can you give some tips about how best to remove lining from the waterline without getting makeup or remover in the eye?

    • Audrey Dao

      Hi Natalie. Sorry I don’t really have any tips on removing eyeliner from the waterline. Ive never really had to worry about removing eyeliner from my waterline. I never had to because after a couple of hours, the eyeliner would disappear from the waterline. I only use pencil eyeliner on my waterline. I’ve never used liquid liner.

  • I have naturally smaller eyes and hooded lids so I’m always looking for tricks to make my eyes pop a little more. I love using Dior Blackout. Lately I’ve been using a brown eyeliner cat-eye style, and combined with a little neutral shadow it makes my eyes look bigger.

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