Do you love dramatic eyes but are scared to experiment it on yourself? Well, you’re not alone. Product fall-out or a shaky hand can make things a little messy. But that should not stop you from going all out with your eye makeup. A few tips and hacks are all you need to up your dramatic eye makeup game.

If you’ve never tried playing up your eyes with an eye shadow palette, now is the time. Follow these easy tricks and you’re sorted...

Use easy techniques
 

Use easy techniques

It’s best for eyeshadow amateurs to begin with cream eye shadow sticks that they can easily apply with the help of their fingertips. This avoids having to use brushes or sponges which may prove challenging to a beginner.

Keep creases at bay
 

Keep creases at bay

To avoid your makeup from settling into the creases of the eyelid, prep your skin with the Lakmé Absolute Blur Perfect Makeup Primer that promises to give even toned skin and creates the perfect base for makeup.

Never start with powder eyeshadows
 

Never start with powder eyeshadows

If you’re new to the eye shadow game, then ditch powder eye shadows and stick to either pencil or cream shadows. Cream eye shadow creates a base for you to blend with your fingers or brush.

Prep with a nude shade
 

Prep with a nude shade

Before swiping any solid colour eye shadow on your lids, go all the way up to your crease and outer corners to shape your eyes with the help of a nude-y brown shade. This will make things more fun for you!

Build up slowly
 

Build up slowly

Once you’ve applied a nude shadow, build on it by adding different shades and textures. To make your eyes pop, try highlighting your inner corners with some shimmer or metallic colour.

Use the right tools
 

Use the right tools

Even the makeup mavens tend to make mistakes! So, it’s absolutely normal to take time in mastering the art of applying shadow perfectly. Apart from using the right brushes, always have Q-tips by your side. They can be of great help in correcting eye makeup errors.

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