Helpful tips

What eye makeup goes with big eyes?

What eye makeup goes with big eyes?

Dark Eye Shadow: A basic rule in eye makeup: The darker the eye shadow, the better. And that is because the dark colour recedes space and size. While pale, light colours emphasise and sharpen your facial features. So avoid pale and nude colours and opt for darker shades to give a shadow effect to your eyes.

How do you get big eyes naturally?


  1. Tweeze those brows. Shaping your brows can make a world of a difference and add a tonne of structure to your face.
  2. Conceal those dark circles.
  3. Add volume to your lashes.
  4. Kohl it out.
  5. Inner corner highlight.
  6. Create your own crease.
  7. A thin eyeliner instead of thick.

What can I do with big eyes?

These make up tips will ensure that your big eyes look even prettier.

  1. Shimmery eyeshadow makes the eyes stand out.
  2. Mascara on the lower lashes.
  3. White eyeshadow can do wonders.
  4. Up your brow game with the same white eyeshadow.
  5. Well-groomed brows.
  6. Primer is very important.
  7. Dark tone eye shadows work wonders.

What kind of contact lenses for Big Eyes?

Nowadays, the most commonly used colored contact lenses to give you a big eyes effect is black contacts. We recommend using eye drops with big eye circle lenses. Wearing circle lenses compromise the oxygen flow to the cornea.

How big are circle lenses for Dolly eyes?

Various factors from the design placement to the diameter & fusion of colors play a significantly deciding role in the creation of circle lenses. Circle lenses offer a diverse range of sizes from 14.00 mm to 20.00 mm – Later being the biggest in size; help to create a dolly eye look which without big eye contacts is almost impossible to achieve.

Can you put a mirror up to your eye?

Basically, that is it. The mirror must be put up to the eye and slowly pulled away. Using false eyelashes, eye makeup, inserting contact lenses, detailed eye grooming, stray facial hairs, ingrown hairs, observing blemishes, etc. are now problems of the past.

Why are circle lenses bad for Your Eyes?

Wearing circle lenses compromise the oxygen flow to the cornea. Using contact lens compatible eye drops eases the experience & facilitates increasing the tolerance towards circle contacts.