I believe in the magic in my young Daughters heart. I see it in her eyes.
בְּ רֵ אשִׁ ית : *בָּ רָ א * אֱ הִ ים הַ שָּׁ מַ יִ ם הָ אָ רֶ ץ וְ אֵ ת הָ אָ רֶ ץ
* Daily Fitness Program*
*Quantum Fields Words Occupying Space and Time*
I am a Beautiful Daughter, Failure is not an option.
This is one of my Daughters that lives far away. My Daughters are all beautiful and High Maintenance. They are the Chosen ones. She is the Apple in her Fathers eyes. She has something to say to her sisters around the world. I will step aside and let her words speak to you.
How many of us started applying our eyeliner like it’s a huge sharpie. A thick line just across our eye, nothing more about it. Then, you realise it’s meant to compliment your eye shape and give your eye that extra va va voom. An eye lift. But why can’t we ever get it right?
It’s all about your eye shape. Everyone’s individual eye shape is different. Just because one girl is rocking a killer eye flick, doesn’t mean it would look the same on you or even suit you. Some of us have spacious eyelids so it’s like playtime. You can try many looks and most of them will suit you as you have the space to work with. It’s like having a plane canvas. Other eye shapes like downturned, hooded, monolids are a lot more tricky. You have to create a shape to suit you. And the easiest way to find that, is by looking at people with the same kind of eye shape you have. And trying out what suits them. As 90% of the time that same style will suit you too!
Apparently these eyes are some of the most seductive, but it’s a chore working out how to line them. Because you always have to remember when you open your eyes, your eyelid space will hardly be visible. Especially with eyeliner on. So keep it to a minimal, a lovely thinner line, maybe thickening at the edge and out if that suits you, is much more appealing and complimentary to your eyes. Some people find tight-lining only is best, but I love my eyeliner so, it really depends how hooded your eyes are!
You might find yourself asking, what is a monolid?! I know I did! Long story short, it’s basically when you don’t have a crease. It’s a single eyelid instead of a double one. So with this eye-shape its definitely a go big or go home moment. Thicken the line, because you need a bold moment to make any kind of impact. A thin line would just disappear and not really have much/any effect.
There’s an easy test to see if you have round eyes. Simply look in the mirror, and if you can see your entire iris, (thin circular structure in the eye, surrounding your pupils) then today’s your lucky day. You have wide eyes and look awake effortlessly. Mila Kunis is an example. With this eye shape, you want to elongate the eye. Definitely not make it look even more round, you need no help in that department *sarcastic smile emoji*. Concentrate on the outer corners and emphasising attention to there. One of the best looks for you is the ‘cat eyes’. You just want to give the illusion that your eyes are slightly more closed, and focusing your attention mainly on your outer corners will give that effect.
If you have almond eyes then well, you’ve basically won the lottery. More or less, any eyeliner shape will suit you. A medal should come free with every eyeliner you buy! The most simple and well known eye look is the thinner on the inner corner and thicker on the outer. You can flick, smudge do whatever you like, and it will still compliment your eye shape!
These eyes are surprisingly quite common. They are usually almond eyes with a slight downward turn. Some of the most desirable women in the world have this eye shape like Marilyn Monroe and Katy Perry. Applying eyeliner to this eye shape is quite simple, you want to try and uplift the eye by focusing attention on the outer corner. A thicker line on the towards the end of your line will in so many words, turn that frown upside down!
Sometimes Fathers need to Honour their Daughters this is one of those times. My Daughters poop me out sometimes but I love every one of them.
I would recommend that you follow these links; A Mom Sandra Into the Light Adventures.
A Daughter Taruna Verma, Random Thoughts
A Son , Dr. Nimish poetry, Dr. Nimish poetry
A Daughter, Antonia Beauty Talk
You are all Beautiful Daughters. I find no fault in you.
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