It's been said that eyes are the window of the soul, so it's only right that you step up your eye game for your next night out on the town. Check out these tips and tricks on how to get glam party eyes for your next big occasion!

Party Eyes Tip: Shaped Brows
According to celebrity make-up artist Siân Richards, when you really want to stand out, one of the most important things are properly shaped and groomed eyebrow. "They frame the face, also fuller brows are in right now," she says.

Try the Brow Buddy Kit from Billion Dollar Brows. It helps give you perfectly symmetrical brows for your facial shape.

Party Eyes Tip: Shimmery Lids
Your eyelids are where all the fun and shimmer happens! "For the eyelids, I'm going to use a silver color and I'm going to make sure it's evenly distributed on the lids," Sian says.

Try Ellis Faas Eyes Light in Antique Silver. The shimmer makes your eyes look bigger and brighter because of the way it catches the light.

Party Eyes Tip: Dramatic Liner
To really make your eyes look sexy, go for dramatic liner. "Liquid eyeliner creates more of a dramatic and defined look so it's great to use when you want to stand out a little," Sian says.

Try Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner in Black because it's fade-proof and smudge-proof formula stays put all night! Say good by to raccoon eyes, ladies!

Party Eyes Tip: Long Lashes
No look is complete without fab lashes that go on for days. "Having great lashes is what’s going to give your look a wow factor," Sian details. "The key is to elongate them!"

Try Lashfibers Brush-On False Lashes. You can pair it with mascara to give your lashes a natural-looking boast. According to Adrienne, "The best part is it won’t irritate your eyes or come off."

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