When eyes are situated deeper in the socket and your brow bone takes the lead over your eyelids, you have deep set eyes. The goal with deep set eyes is to help push them forward with illuminating colors. To prevent them from looking sunken, keep your light color on the lid and a warm color under the brow bone to create a multi-dimensional look.

A good place to start is to divide your eyelid into thirds--the inside third is for your light color, the very outside is for your dark color, and the middle is for blending them together. Keep the thickest part of your eyeliner on the outer edges of the eye to essentially nudge back that orbital bone. To stack on the drama, go for a kohl or gel eyeliner. Finish off with mascara on the top lashes to amp up the allure, but avoid lower lash mascara as this might make the shadows more conspicuous.

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Lara Walsh
Aug 26, 2016 @ 8:30 am

After the devastating floods in Louisiana earlier this month, Taylor Swift was one of the first celebrities to step up to the plate.

The "Style" singer vowed to help victims of the flooding—a natural disaster that killed at least 13 people and left thousands homeless in the state—by donating $1 million toward relief efforts. The 26-year-old allocated $50,000 to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank to help rebuild their damaged warehouse and now the charity is reaching out to thank her for her generosity in the cutest way.

"Today @taylorswift donated $50,000 to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank! The #laflood destroyed our warehouse but we are going to shake it off!" the nonprofit organization shared on Thursday via instagram. The post shows a group of employees holding a sign that says, "Thanks Taylor."

And the group wasn't the only charity to express appreciation for the pop star on Thursday. The Salvation Army also took to social media to thank Taylor Swift for her altruism, tweeting, "Thank you @taylorswift13 for helping us serve the #LouisianaFlood survivors by donating to our relief efforts! #DoingTheMostGood."

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It's always great to see stars putting their celebrity and money towards a great cause. Visit the websites for the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank and the Salvation Army's Florida division to donate and find out more ways you can help.

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