About Puppy Eye Makeup
We never thought we'd be asking ourselves if we're more dog or cat people when it comes to our beauty routines—until a Korean Beauty beauty tutorial for "puppy eyes" caught our attention. The look is kind of a sweet, K-Beauty alternative to a traditional sexy cat eye, and according to Korean beauty expert and Soko Glam founder Charlotte Cho, the bottom-heavy liner technique is all about making your eyes appear larger and rounder (more doe-like) by following the natural downward slope of your eyes rather than winging them out.
Step One: After cleansing and moisturizing my face, I evened out my complexion with some base foundation and concealer. Sticking with the K-Beauty theme
Step Two: Whenever I do an eye-focused makeup look, I always prep my lids with an eyeshadow primer. This helps the product go on smoothly, prevents creasing, and makes the look last all day.
Step Three: Next I grabbed my trusty Urban Decay Naked Palette—my favorite for pretty much any eye look. The eyeshadow palette covers all the bases in terms of flattering shades and finishes, and it has all the options I needed for this look.
Step Four: Switching to Buck, a light brown matte shade from the same palette, I applied eyeshadow at an upward diagonal angle along the outer contours of my eyes to create the illusion of more depth.
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