Eye shadow is used to draw attention to the center of your eyes. It can makes your eyes bigger, brighter and distinct with more dimension. Many different types of enhancements can be achieved through different uses of color, shading, and blending techniques.
|Eye Shadow Placements|
Although eye shadow can be creative with various combination of
shades, the basic eye shadow can be roughly divided into three
shades - Highlight Shade (A), Main Shade (B), and
Contour Shade (C).
Re-shaping with Eye Shadows
The almond shape is considered to be the ideal eye shape. By adjusting the range and dimension of the different eye shadow layers, you are able to create an illusion of the perfect eye shape despite existing imperfections.
|Utilizing Eye Shadows Library|
FaceFilter contains an Eye Shadows library in which consists of various unique templates.
|Manually Creating Eye Shadows (for Pro only)|
In FaceFilter, you are able to create your own eye shadow designs with the custom shades via the Eye Shadows layer. The layer
contains up to 7 plus 1 (glitter) sub-layers, which gives you the
freedom to create thousands of eye shadow types. Please note
that the following illustration is only for reference. You are your own custom design.
Setting Basic Tone or Using Concealer for the Eyes
FaceFilter provides up to 7 sub-layers for applying eye shadow. You are free to utilize one or two sub-layers at the bottom as the concealer or foundation for the eyes in order to compensate the insufficient effects from the Skin Foundation or Facial Makeup tasks.
Applying Contour Shade
After the basic tone has been determined, you may apply darker shades to define the eye contours.
Applying Highlight Shade
Applying highlight shades may give more dimension to and also accentuate the eyes.
Shimmering the Eyes
By optionally using the Glitter sub-layer, a glittering powder can be applied to the eyes, which can draw more attentions to the center of the eyes.