Blending mistake

Hi, guys. Sorry, it’s been awhile. For some reason, I have this idealized plan where I would blog about at least one thing a week…and then my assignments hit me. Next week, I am starting to film for one of my projects, and then there’ll be group meetings and…well, you get the picture. Busy busy:)
Plus, I uploaded some vids on YouTube. But they disappeared:( I have a feeling they were taken down. But I wasn’t doing anything illegal. I was just showing the two different techniques of using BB Cushion, and linked it to Lisa Eldridge.
Anyway, I had class this morning at 8. I live about 30mins away. I’d already packed my makeup pouch the day before, so it should’ve been fast. Given more time, I usually take about 20-30mins on a full face makeup. This morning I started doing my makeup about 5 minutes before I was supposed to leave. It’s more apparent in the picture above, that I have different eyelid folds. My left eye has a double eyelid, and my right has a monolid. The reason why you can see my double eyelid more apparently is because I under blended my left eye. 

It’s clearer in the picture above. As you can see, there’s a distinct line on my left (your right) eye. Whereas on my right (your left) eye, it’s more like a blended gradient. The left side should be the ideal effect when you are going to wear eyeshadow. For some reason, after I stopped putting eyelid tape and loving my differently shaped eyes (and face) [I did it just before Viola Davis, from How to Get Away with Murder fame, was called less classically beautiful], I found it easier to blend on a monolid than on a double eyelid. Which makes it harder to make both eyes match. But, just wanted to let you guys know that you are not alone. Beginners, intermediates and experts all make mistakes. I make mistakes. 
Have a good Thursday!
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