I usually make up ideas, look closely at drawings that look similar or have a particular eye or shape, try to make a sketch from those. Draw a rough shape around the eye using thick pencil or small brushes.
Do you use any paint?
I often paint my eyes and eyelids to add interest. I can also try to recreate particular expressions I think that my friends will notice.
Have you ever used makeup? If not, what do you use?
It depends on my mood. I would normally try to conceal my eyes or to make something darker on them depending on the situation.
Tell us your makeup secrets.
For my eyes I use a cream eyeshadow primer and a cream blush, I usually use a dark grey or brown colour with a glitter glue to put on the eyes to give it depth and make it more interesting than just paint.
So there we have it. Some of the makeup secrets that are usually known, but are often not. Be adventurous and experiment and be inspired.
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Balz himself received great feedback, too…
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