How To Do Flamed Out Eye Makeup
Create A Soft Flamed Out Eye Makeup Look
If you prefer a more subtle look, opt for powder eyeshadows. This enables you to create a soft ‘wash’ on your eyelids, rather than an opaque look. Start with the lighter colors first (like pale pink, soft coral, mint green, or baby blue) by applying all over your eyelid. Next, apply a medium-tone eyeshadow (like an emerald green or lavender), apply the color in your crease (to create depth). Finally, apply a darker shade (such as a navy blue or vibrant purple) on the outer corners of your upper eyelids (at the lash line), to create definition. Make sure to blend the eyeshadow colors well with a brush (to prevent noticeable lines of demarcation).
Create A Bold Flamed Out Eye Makeup Look
If you’re looking for high-drama and an ‘eye-catching’ statement with your makeup, use jumbo eye crayons and liquid eyeliners to create a bold flamed out eye makeup look. The crayons are easy to work with, glide on smoothly, and provide an opaque finish. These jumbo pencils create a range of effects, from bold lines and blended effects to thin, defined lines. Resistant to water, heat, and humidity, their creamy, high-pigment formulas apply smoothly. From deep blacks to rich and shimmery shades, each is formulated with exclusive waxes and pigments to assure maximum color intensity that stays put. Liquid eyeliners add heightened definition (along your lash-line), finishing this bold eye makeup look.
Follow the same steps as above (regarding which colors to apply on different parts of your eyelid), but use your finger (instead of a brush) to blend the colors together. As a finishing touch, line your upper eyelids with a vibrant colored liquid eyeliner. For extra staying power, opt for a waterproof version.