Protruding eyes are usually large, round, and prominent. They stick out of the socket which creates a shadow by the lower lid. They are often compared to chameleon eyes.
-Apply concealer under the eyes to get rid of the shadow and brighten up the area. -Apply a medium color on the entire eyelid. -Apply a darker shade to the center of the eyelid and blend out on either side. -Apply liner thicker at the outer corner and thinner towards the inner corner. Apply lineer on the center of the lower water line. -Apply mascara starting from the center towards the outer part of the eyes.
Deep Set eyes
Deep set eyes are sunken into the sockets. Their characteristics are the natural shadow in the crease and protruding brow bone. To see if you have deep set eyes, place your finger over your eye from brow to cheekbone. If your eye stays open, then you have deep set eyes. With deep set eyes we want them to be more noticeable, since they're sunken in and shadowed.
-Apply concealer on the eye lids up to the crease and under the eyes to brighten up your eyes. -Apply a light shimmery color all over you lid stopping right below the brow bone. -Drag the light color to the inner corners to brighten up the eye some more. -Apply a medium shade on the brow bone using a soft fluffy brush. This will help to recede the protruding brow bone. *You can skip the next step if you want. You can do it if you want a more dramatic look. -Apply a dark shade to the outer corners only. -Apply a very thin layer along the lash line, but slightly thicker at the outer corner. -Go to town with the mascara. False eyelashes are also a good idea. Dramatic lashes bring the eyes out.