A bit of a explanation on the drawings. The first row has the eyes at different angles. The second row marks the hinge area in yellow and the corner area in grey. The third row first picture is what the label says. That is how you can find your crease if you are a bit puzzled. Just tilt your head back slightly and look down and feel the gap between the fleshy part of the eye and the bone. The second and third picture shows the corner and hinge separately when looking straight ahead. The fourth picture shows how far the eyeshadow should go if you want the eye to look lifted.
Here are the different angles shown from actual human beings!
Special thanks to Grace London (check out her blog here) and Joy!
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