3. Start with a clean base.
These ponies are picture perfect in plastic, so you’re going to want to cover up any imperfections with concealer. I’m using Makeup Forever’s Full Cover Extreme Camouflage Cream — a concealer so budge proof, it’ll last through any storm in Equestria.
4. The bigger, the better.
Ponies have gigantic saucer eyes, so we’re going to fake it with some white eyeliner. To extend the whites of the eye, I’m using Barry M’s Kohl Pencil in white. Using the color of your choice, create your ‘new’ lower lash line. I’m using Urban Decay’s Tornado, a deep warm purple.
6. Create luscious lashes.
With black eyeliner pencil, create three top and three bottom lashes. I drew mine on feathery, to mimic natural lashes, but you can go graphic with liquid eyeliner if you prefer.
7. Add additional lashes.
On my upper lash line, I used Ardell’s 101 Demi Black lashes in Glamour. I added two individual flared lashes to my lower lash line, placing them over the outer two that were drawn in.
Circle lenses make the eyes appear larger, which is the name of the game when it comes to pony perfection. I’m using G&G Big DM23 Blue lenses from Pinky Paradise, in a surreal shade of blue. They’re great for non-pony looks, too.