However, there are a couple of crucial things you need to understand. First of all, no procedure can enlarge the eyes. We can only make your eyes look bigger. Second, you may only need an upper blepharoplasty to make your eyes look bigger if your lower eyelids haven't aged as much as your upper eyelids.
Natural eyelashes can sometimes cast a shadow over the eyes, making them appear smaller. When you curl your lashes, they instantly look bigger and more defined. Shaping your brows can make a big difference and add a ton of structure to your face. Brows with space between them give the illusion of larger eyes.
The bold and bushy but well-groomed eyebrows attract a lot of attention to your eyes. If you have gaps in your eyebrows, fill them with an eyebrow pencil. This helps you achieve thicker eyebrows and adds dimension to your face. Outline the inside of the lower eyelid with a white eyeliner, then use a darker eyeliner to create a cat's eye on the upper eyelid and make your eyes really stand out.
Later, watch famous makeup artist Carissa Ferreri show you how to make your eyes look brighter and bigger with makeup. For example, if you wake up with dark circles under your eyes, it's hard to see the full roundness of your eyes, making you look tired (and older than you). This is an effective remedy and a proven strategy to help you have brighter and wider eyes, since tapping helps stimulate circulation and bring more blood to the skin. Using mascara will generally make your eyes look more defined, but if you want a formula that helps your eyes look bigger, I recommend that you choose a mascara that explicitly focuses on lengthening your eyelashes.
Using a concealer to cover those annoying dark circles is a simple step that can even out your skin tone and divert attention to your eyes. Start by applying a thin line of eyeliner to the inner corner of the eye and make it a little thicker towards the outer corner. Similarly, the abundance of wrinkles around the corners of the eyes can divert attention away from the eyes and direct it to the ears, creating the appearance of thin eyes that aren't as round as you'd like or give rise to asymmetrical eyes. Eyes are beautiful in all shapes and sizes, but sometimes it's good to experiment with makeup and enlarge your eyes and accentuate them.
If you want a more blinding glow, you can simply use your highlighter and add a little sparkle to the inner corners of your eyes. Start with the upper lash line, then repeat this step on the lower lash line, focusing only on the outer corner of the eye. Once you've applied a brighter, brighter shade to your eyelids as a base for the look, you can make your eyes look bigger and brighter by adding definition to the crease with a pigment that's a few tones darker than your skin tone. When it comes to eye shadows, it's best to opt for light to medium tones to make your eyes look bigger.