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p_m asked:

17 Apr 2009

Eye Makeup


I'm 25 f of fair complexion. One of my is 15% smaller than the other because of a surgery in childhood. It does not matter when I wear specks but on wearing lens this is very prominent. Can you please suggest some nice and healthy make ups so that both the eyes will look similar.

Please help



indira says:

Posted on 17 Apr 2009

well i think 15% difference is soo tiny and i don't think is that obvious and i bet other people don't even notice it. only you see it because you're aware of it.

Here's a trick that could help: get a beige or white colored eye liner pencil - see what will work best for you - make sure it's eye friendly - and after finishing your usual eye makeup trace the inner rim of the eye that you want to open up a little more and making your eye look bigger. Try it and see if it's working and good luck:thumbup:


ctl888 says:

Posted on 17 Apr 2009

One of my eyes are bigger than the other.. I was born with it! HAHA I just use a liquid eyeliner to even them out. But usually I really do not care. The larger one also has a crease on the top lid and the smaller one doesn't; so it makes the smaller look even smaller.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 18 Apr 2009

well #1 i used to love my glasses so i would say easiest solution is rock those specks!

other than that i might try the eyeliner thing and make it a bit thicker around the top of the smaller eye and thinner on the other and then add my makeup


p_m says:

Posted on 18 Apr 2009

Can you suggest some specific style frames for the specks.


jasm1na says:

Posted on 22 Apr 2009

just add neutral colors!

simple and pretty :D

act confident about it, im sure no one can actually really SEE the difference

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