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Learn how to do Emo Eye Makeup with makeup artist Lisa Sim and WatchMojo.
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How to Get Emo Eyes for Men
Lisa Sim: (SIM Minerals) Hi, it’s Lisa Sim from SIM Minerals and you’re watching WatchMojo.com and we brought back with Jerome, Spec Models and we’re talking about Emo eyes. What’s your emo name?
Jerome: (Specs Models) G-Razor.
Lisa: G-Razor the emo boy. Okay, so we’re going to work with a little bit of eyeliner, we’re going to work with a little bit of shadow, a little bit of Mascara. Your ready for it?
Jerome: I am.
Lisa: Okay excellent. You can go with like a medium brown a dark brown and a small crease brush basically what you can do is just go right around the lash line with it. The trick for this one is don’t leave any lines. You really just want it look like you’ve partied like a Rock Star. I just want you to move straight up now and just remember along the lash line again like really diffused really soft. If you don’t have a brush you can always a Qtip or you can use your fingertips.
So we’re going to do a little bit of lining. A guy who has very large eyes if you want to make him look more mysterious, more recessed a little bit more smoky then use a little bit off brown eyeliner it’s an automatic. You know what that means, if there’s wood and I don’t know about you but wood kind of freaks me out a little bit because one time I got a splinter from the like a top stick in my mouth so like I really wouldn’t like that in my eye just on that water line. Okay and again. There we go and we can do the tops better rather really just leave it to the underneath and that’s going to dry a lot of intensity to the eye.
Also important is going to be the last curler. I was in Miami at a party and I notice that some guys were from L.A. and this one guy he looked like Joey Fatone with a big burly Armenian dude. We’re about to leave to like go out and I was like wait, wait, wait I have to curl my eyelashes. Girls tell me I have really pretty eyes, yeah so like whatever you do, do all this but do it in private. Please don’t touch yourself up at the table.
We’ll do the other side, okay. We’re going to do some Mascara. You really don’t want it to show. You want to give it like intensity, really frame the eye, okay take the wand out and pull off a lot of it not way so this going to temple lash versus given yet all this like you know thick lobs or anything like that. The way you do it is little back and forth zigzags and rake the lashes and you know what else is really cool, eye drops. I’m telling you right now I should take shares in it because getting the red out is way harder when I guide through. Yeah so I want to thank Jerome for the Specs models thanks a lot for being my emo for day.
Lisa: I’m Lisa Sim from SIM Minerals and you’ve been watching WatchMojo.com.