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Star style make-up can be achieved at home with makeup videos online. The best colors to use are greens, blues, pinks and purples in as many shades as you can. To really get that star style, you're going to want to add colors on top of other colors.
To get started, you want to make sure that your skin is completely clean and dry. You should then begin with the darkest eye shadow color that you have, applying it to the outer 3/4 of the eye with a medium eye shadow brush. The reason for beginning with the darkest color is that it is easier to blend from dark to light. Then use a blending brush to soften the line you created. Be careful here, you don't want to apply the color all the way to your eyebrows, just right above the brow bone.
Now you can add a lighter shade to the inner 1/4 of your eye lid, making sure to take the time to blend the two colors together to avoid harsh lines. You then want to use a small brush to extend the color out past your eyelid in line with your nose and the edge of your eyebrows. This will make your eyes look bigger.
To finish off the color on your eyes use a round eye shadow brush to apply a bright, light color, blending it in the with the color at the brow bone. To liven up your makeup, use a clean shadow brush to add a vibrant shade of the color you were using in the area where the light and dark colors meet on your eyelid. You can add as many shades of the color as you like, avoiding harsh lines where colors meet.
Don't use an eyebrow pencil. Instead, use a powder. Gently brush the powder over your eyebrows and into place After applying your foundation, return to your eyes to add a little of the darker color to the lower rim with a small angled brush. Apply a small amount of the lighter color to the inner corner.
Finally, to finish off those star quality eyes, add black mascara to the lower lashes first, and then the upper lashes. Add black eyeliner to the inner rim of your lower lid.