Want bigger-looking eyes? try this doe eye makeup tutorial

Foundation Application

Start by applying a natural-looking foundation to even out your complexion and achieve a radiant finish.

Highlight the Inner Corners

Use a light, shimmery eyeshadow or highlighter to brighten the inner corners of your eyes. This creates the illusion of larger, more awake eyes.

Define Your Crease

Apply a medium-toned eyeshadow shade to your crease to add depth and dimension to your eyes. Use a blending brush to soften any harsh lines for a more natural look.

Line Your Eyes

Use a dark eyeliner pencil or gel liner to line your upper lash line, making sure to extend the line slightly beyond the outer corner of your eye. This elongates the eyes and creates a doe-like appearance.

Winged Eyeliner

Create a subtle winged eyeliner by extending the line from the outer corner of your eye upwards towards the end of your eyebrow. This helps lift the eyes and adds to the doe-eyed effect.

Curl Your Lashes

Use an eyelash curler to curl your lashes for an extra-wide-eyed look. Hold the curler at the base of your lashes and gently squeeze for a few seconds before releasing.


Finish off your doe eye look with a few coats of lengthening mascara. Focus on the outer lashes to further enhance the winged effect and make your eyes appear larger.