Celebrity make-up artist Francesca Abra­hamovitch shares her tips for wide-awakearoun­d eyes…


Do: Use con­cealer on eye­lids ‘Dark cir­cles can make eyes ap­pear smaller. Ap­ply Col­lec­tion Last­ing Per­fec­tion Colour Cor­rec­tion Con­cealer in Lemon, £4.19,

eyes to brighten and bal­ance out pur­ple tones.’

Do: Give your brows an arch ‘Eye­brows frame the face and draw at­ten­tion to your eyes so it’s im­por­tant to com­ple­ment them. Tweeze any stray hairs, lightly fill any gaps with a brow pen­cil that matches your hair colour and brush brows up to set them in place.’

Do: Pick a mas­cara to suit your eye-shape

‘Small eyes re­ally ben­e­fit from a length­en­ing mas­cara with fi­bres that ex­tend the lashes. Those with big­ger eyes should look for mas­caras that add vol­ume in­stead, such as Col­lec­tion Vo­lu­mis­ing Mas­cara, £3.99, which is per­fect for a full-lash look.’

Don’t: Line the lower wa­ter­line with black eye­liner

‘Dark colours will shade in the eye area, mak­ing the width and height of your eye ap­pear much smaller. Opt for a nude or white liner to open the eyes right up.’

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