Makeup artist Taylor Chang-Babaian's new book, Style Eyes, explains how to achieve almost any eye look, from contouring to crazy colors. A few of her pearls of wisdom:
-Add brow powder on top of brow cream or pencil for longer staying power.
-Apply a highlighter or eyeshadow color lighter than your natural skin tone to accentuate the arch in your brows.
-When tweezing brows, if some hairs are questionable, move them around using the tweezers (don't pluck) to see how removing them would look, then tweeze as necessary.
-Use beige or off-white liner inside the lower rims of the eyes to cut redness and brighten. This opens up the eyes and makes them appear less fatigued.