Apply Eye Make-up

This photoshop tutorial will show you how you can add eyeshadow, eyeliner and mascara to any model easily with Photoshop CS.


Make Up tutorial with Photoshop

Make Up tutorial with Photoshop


Step1: Open your photo, go to the layer pallete. Create a new layer by clicking the new layer button on your layer pallete, then choose color as the blending mode.

Make Up tutorial with Photoshop

Step2: Select a brush, in this case i’m using a brush with the size of 17, and double click the swatch to change the color. I put 100 cyan, 50 magenta, and 0 into yellow and black.

Make Up tutorial with Photoshop

Make Up tutorial with Photoshop

Step3: Start to paint onto the new layer around the eyelids

Make Up tutorial with Photoshop

Step4: Change the color to magenta 90. Create a new layer and change the blending mode to soft light. You can start paint the eyeshadow on the new layer. Use the eraser tool with a brush size of 100 and hardness of 0 to remove some of the color to give a soft gradient


Make Up tutorial with Photoshop

Step5: Now using eyedropper tool, select point sample from the bottom eyelashes. Create a new layer, change the blending mode to multiply, and make an eyeliner using brush of 17 pixels and remove overspill with an erase brush of 12 pixels.

Make Up tutorial with Photoshop

That’s it!


See also: Photoshop Tutorials





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