I believe I have mentioned the term 'outer-v' in my tutorial videos quite a lot and even though I do demonstrate how I do my outer-v, I believe it's not informative enough to show you how to locate your outer-v.
Everyone has a different outer-v shape, depending on their eye shape and bone structure, but there is a really quick and simple guide to finding out where your ideal outer-v placement is.
This isn't a tutorial, but rather just a diagram I had done up awhile ago for the fun of it.
I thought since I have been receiving some questions from people on how to get the correct outer-v shape, I would whip this diagram out from hiding and show it to the world.
This diagram basically explains the ideal placement of color to form the outer-v that would best suit your eye.
Everyone's eye shape is different so if you were to follow someone elses's placement of colors, it might not necessarily work well on you.
Now a final question that some of you might have.
What if you don't have a crease, or don't have that defined a crease?
Well you could always substitute 'applying color in your crease line' to 'applying color in your socket area' (the part where it dips down, beneath the browbone).
I sometimes prefer to do my outer-v that way as I have fairly hooded lids and applying colors in the crease might sometimes 'conceal' it.
So this is just a really quick and very simple entry. Nothing fantastic and definitely not rocket science.
I hope that this had cleared up some doubts that some of you might have regarding the outer-v color placement!
Thank you so much for reading.