It's been awhile since I've done a makeup look like this. I think the last one I did was for my circle lens review. I've been watching too many Korean dramas lately and those led me to sporting dolly-eyed makeup looks again. So basically this makeup look aims toward creating bigger and elongated eyes. This look is really good on Asians since most have smaller eyes (like mine!) however, I find that other races can pull this look off too! :)
This focuses on eyeshadows that are limited on the small crease area and eyeliner that extends the eyes. For this kind of makeup, usually the eyeshadows are not softly blended so you could definitely see harsh edges.
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles - Medium Beige
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural - Medium - nice light-medium coverage
NYC Sunny Bronzer - contour the cheeks, temple, jaw & nose
NARS Blush - Deep Throat
Wet n Wild Brow Kit
MAC Painterly Paint Pot - prime the eyes
L'oreal Infallible Shadow Eternal Sunshine - with a flat shadow brush, pat the shadow in the inner third of the eye keeping it below the crease
Urban Decay Busted Eyeshadow - with a flat shadow brush, pat the shadow on the remaining part of the lid still keep the color below the crease; wing out the shadow; slightly blend the harsh line using the other side of the brush which is clean to make it look softer but keep the defined line of the shadow
Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Liner in Charcoal - line the upper lashline; thicken it as you wing it out; line the other 2/3 of the lower lash line and connect it with the winged liner; don't forget to tightline
Maybelline the Falsies Flared Waterproof Mascara
NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream in Tokyo
Eyes would look bigger with longer and fuller lashes. Add false lashes to make the final look dolly. I skipped this because I just couldn't find my lash glue. :( Circle lenses that have 14.5-15mm diameter will really make the eyes look bigger. I am wearing GEO Nudy Brown circle lenses in the photos. :) A white/peach/light pink eyeliner instead of black eyeliner at the bottom waterline would also give the illusion of brighter and wide eyes. I opted for black eyeliner since I always look weird with using white in my bottom waterline.