Create Smokey Eyes
Creating a smokey eye look a great competition look and adds a dramatic effect. Some cheer competitions will not allow glitter cheer or dance makeup. Creating a smokey effect can be just as apealing to the judges. Using black liner and your team color eyeshadow or shimmer shadow will be all you need. Useing deep vibrant colors like navy, charcoal or dark green creates a bold look that makes your eyes really pop. You can highlight with a white, gold, or silver shimmer powder.
1). Start with eyeliner. Starting with eyeliner helps the look last longer and makes it easier to build the color. Line the inner rim of your lower lashlines, working the liner into the lashes. Close your eyes and line the upper lashlines, pushing the liner into the lashes so there’s no gap between your lashes and the line. You want the liner to be a part of your lashes, not circling your eye. Use your fingertip to smudge it in.
2). Apply eye primer and then a white base color first. Choose shimmer shadows to create a shimmer that opens up your eyes.
3). Wing out. Extending your eyeshadow past your outer corners creates the illusion of long, almond eyes; it gives you a more exotic look. Sweep the eyeshadow across your lids and up into your creases, then blend outwards and upwards towards (but not to!) your temple to create a smokey halo. If you extend the wing too far, dip a Q-Tip in oil-free makeup remover and clean up the shape of the shadow.
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