Dressing your eyes can be a challenge if you are not aware of your eye shape. Here we give you make-up tips that help bring out the beauty in your eyes.

 

DEEP SET EYES

Deep set eyes are set deeper into the skull. It creates the illusion of a more prominent brow bone. People with deep set eyes are blessed with natural shadowing.

Make-up tips: Brighten up the natural shadow by dusting on a beige or warm metallic hue on the lid. Apply waterproof mascara , and you are good to go!

Popular actresses with deep set eyes are Kristen Stewart, Jennifer Aniston and Keira Knightley

MONOLID EYES

Eyes that have eyelids with little or no crease are categorized as monolids. The brow bone is less defined.

Make-up tips: Shade the darkest color closest to the lash line, the soft neutral hue in the middle, and the shiny color at the brow bone.

Stars that rock monolids are Sandra Oh, Kim Yuna and Julia Ling.

HOODED  EYES

Do you have eyes that feature an extra layer of skin that droops over the crease. You may have always complained that it makes your eyelids to appear smaller.  Don't fret, we have the right make-up tips for you!

Make-up tips: Mascara can do some serious magic for you. Thicken the lash base, which disappears under the lid fold. Use darker eye-shadow over and out past the crease. Use a Kajal or Kohl to darken the top waterline to make your eyes appear larger.  

Some famous personalities with hooded eyelids are Claudia Schiffer, Megan Fox and Meryl Streep.

PROTRUDING EYES

People with bulging eyes, smokey eyes look the best on you guys! You have plenty of lid space to play with.

Make-up tips: If you feel the need to reduce your bulge, apply darker tones on you eyelids and thick coat of eye lines.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Mila Kunis and Amanda Seyfried are a few stars who rock their bug eyed look.

UPTURNED EYES

Aaah the classic almond shape!  This is an eye shape that many women crave.  Following the natural contouring of your eyes is a makeup trick that works wonders!

Make-up tips: Whatever your do, try to even out your upper eye and lower eye make-up to create a balanced mirror effect. This can really add that extra oomph to your face.  

Angelina Jolie and Tiffany Hines are our glam idols with upturned eyes.

DOWNTURNED EYES

You guys can rock a sultry cat eye! Your downturned eyes have a slight dropping on the outer corners. Don't worry, we can help your fix that.

Make-up tips: Apply a liquid liner along the top lid and extend outward and upward. You are definitely going to turn some heads in the room with this look.

Marilyn Monroe and Katrina Kaif are famous personalities who rocked the cat eye.

CLOSE SET EYES

Close set eyes are less than one eyeball width apart. They make you look very cute.

Make-up tips: Try frosty white or sparkling light eye shadows in the inner corners. Extra mascara or fake lashes can help accentuate your cute peepers.

Jennifer Aniston, Sarah Jessica Parker and Emily Deschanel are celebrities with close set eyes.

WIDE SET EYES

Out of the many eye shapes, wide set eyes have the most distance in between the eyes. To make them appear closer,  for a start  you can make your brows longer where they start.

Make-up tips: To help create the illusion of closer eyes. "LIne your top and bottom lash line with a black liner as close to the inner tear duct as possible. Pay special attention to those tiny eye lashes that are really close to your eyes. Applying a generous coat of mascara on those little fellas can really bring out the difference. 

Jackie O and Michelle Pfeiffer are celebrities with wide set eyes.