5 Eye make-up looks to rock with your face mask

Influencer Mihlali Ndamase
Influencer Mihlali Ndamase

Smoky eye

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Create an alluring smoky eye like make-up artist and influencer Kay Ngonyama aka KayYarms. She uses dark eyeshadow and eyeliner blended into a lighter eyeshadow to create a “smoky” effect. Keep your smoky eye from smudging by first applying an eyeshadow primer.

Lash effect 

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Flutter by with dramatic lashes. Bigger is better as Lungile Thabethe shows off her fabulous lashes. Apply false lashes for an easy-to-maintain eye look. To avoid your lashes clumping together apply a mascara that has a lash-boosting serum. Use a lash glue that won’t damage your natural lashes, and that is easy to remove.

Orange eye shadow

A pop of colour will always lift your mood. Go orange like beauty influencer Tshego Manche to enhance and highlight your eyes. Apply a setting spray to make the colour pop even more, and to keep the eyeshadow in place as you go about your day.


Cat-eye flick

There’s nothing sexier than a cat-eye flick. Carefully drawn with a gel or liquid eyeliner with a super-precise tip, it will definitely make your eyes stand out. Draw your cat-eye flick from the outside in to ensure a straight and clean application, like influencer extraordinaire Kefilwe Mabote.

Ice blue

Blue eyeshadow has made a comeback and we are obsessed! From deep blue to icy baby blues, you can find a shade that complements your skin tone. Apply your eyeshadow with the correct brush to ensure a clean and beautiful finish like beauty influencer favourite Mihlali Ndamase.

 

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