The fox eye makeup look is a classic, but timeless, approach to the smoky eye. It’s also very easy to replicate for yourself at home! Here are two different versions of the effect—one for daytime and one for evening.
Daytime Fox Eye Makeup
If you’re looking for a daytime fox eye makeup look, then this is the tutorial for you! We’ll be using all products from Urban Decay and Tarte to create this gorgeous summery look that will have everyone asking how on earth did she do that?
The first step in creating any eye makeup look is to prime your eyelids. This helps to prevent creasing in your shadow and keeps it looking fresh throughout the day. Prime with a primer or base product that matches your skin tone as closely as possible–this will ensure that there isn’t an obvious difference between your face and eyes when applying foundation later on (which can make them appear darker than intended).
Next up: highlight! Highlighter adds dimension to cheekbones and makes them appear more prominent by increasing contrast between light areas of skin versus dark ones. Apply highlighter directly underneath each cheekbone using either fingers or brush depending on preference; then blend outward towards temples so everything looks seamless together rather than having distinct lines between different parts of face
Evening Fox Eye Makeup
Use a dark brown eyeshadow to create the base.
Use a light brown eyeshadow to create the inner corner of your eye.
Apply black eye shadow on top of your eyelid, extending up towards your eyebrow and down into your crease for an intense look (this can be skipped if you want something less dramatic).
Sweep white or cream-colored powder over all areas where you applied color in step 2, including under both eyebrows and above them as well as along any visible skin between them and your upper lashes this helps brighten up those areas!
Fox Eye Makeup with Shading
Shading is a technique that can be used to create depth, and it’s also used to create the illusion of shadow. You can use shading to make your eyes look larger and more dramatic, or you can use it to make them appear narrower.
Shading is basically applying darker makeup along the lash line of your eye (the top and bottom lines) and/or along the crease line between your eyelid and nose bridge.