An eye makeup routine is a series of steps that you follow to apply makeup to your eyes, enhance their natural beauty, and create a desired look. Here is a general outline of an eye makeup routine:

Prime your eyelids. Use an eye primer to create a smooth, even base for your eye makeup, and to help it last longer.

Apply eyeshadow. Use an eyeshadow brush to apply a neutral eyeshadow all over your lid, and then add a deeper color to the crease of your eye to create depth and dimension.

Line your upper lash line. Use an eyeliner pencil, liquid liner, or gel liner to line your upper lash line, starting at the inner corner of your eye and working your way outwards. You can create a thin, natural-looking line, or a thicker, more dramatic line depending on your desired look.

Apply mascara. Use a mascara wand to apply a few coats of mascara to your upper and lower lashes. This will help to define your lashes and make your eyes look larger and more open.

Add false lashes (optional). If you want to add more volume and length to your lashes, you can apply false lashes. Use a pair of tweezers to gently press the false lashes onto your natural lashes, starting at the center of your eye and working your way outwards. Use a small amount of eyelash glue to secure the false lashes in place.

Highlight the inner corners of your eyes. Use a shimmery eyeshadow or highlighter to add a pop of light to the inner corners of your eyes. This will help to brighten and open up your eyes.

Remember to remove your eye makeup before going to bed to keep your eyes healthy and avoid irritation.