How to make a nice, white baby blue eyes (with lots of red)
This is a long post, but I want to make sure that everyone knows that there are no easy shortcuts to getting a baby blue baby blue eye color.
You have to make your own!
(And, by the way, if you do, I’d love to hear your feedback on this post!
I have some very specific tips for how to make babies blue baby eyes, so feel free to drop me a line!
😉) For a few weeks, I wore my baby blue blue eyes as a gift to my family.
They are actually pretty good for the most part.
I have a very vivid, saturated blue in my eyes, but they are not nearly as deep as a blue eye with red, which is why I love them so much.
The color is nice and warm, and it looks great with my skin tone, but it doesn’t last forever, especially when I use makeup.
So, to keep my eyes healthy, I needed to keep the baby blue in place with a matte base and then blend the rest of my eyes with a black eyeliner.
The formula of this eye pencil is a blend of red, blue, green, and black, which gives the eye a nice “snowflake” effect.
I don’t have a lot of friends who have babies, so I had to use the formula as a reference to see what I would need.
When I started using the eyes, I noticed that the formula is not that thick.
My eyes look a little less white and a little brighter with the red eyes, which makes the eyes look more natural, but the eyes do not last long, so it is a gamble.
It’s not as smooth as my black eyes, and the color seems to have a little bit of smudging from my use.
For this reason, I would never recommend this product for babies with any other skin tone than a normal person.
However, if your skin is too light, I suggest you try using a more intense formula, such as the one that I recommend above.
If you are still on the fence about this product, then I would recommend giving this a try.
If you have any questions about this post, please feel free of them!
Happy blending! -Cody