Don’t you just hate buying single eyeshadow pans? Makes you wonder what are you supposed to do with one colour—wear the same look every day? Na-uh! Not on our watch. We are committed to helping you make the most out of your beauty products. So, if you have a single eye shadow pan lying in your drawer (or you really, really love to wear one particular eye shadow colour on your lids), you are going to learn something very valuable today.

You don’t have to stick to a boring cut-crease or basic monochrome lid when you can score different eye makeup looks every day using one eye shadow. Don’t believe us? We come with proof. Here are not one, but six stunning eye makeup looks you can create (and rock) using just one eye shadow shade.     

 

Soft smudge

Soft smudge

Colouring inside the lines is no fun, right? Keep things messy and smudgy (eye makeup-wise) and play up your eye shadow with a black smudged liner for an edgy and steamy eye makeup look.

 

Inner glam

Inner glam

On the days you don’t feel like working a heavy-duty eye makeup, try this minimalist way of wearing your eye shadow. Simply pack some eye shadow on the inner corner of your eyes and amp up your lashes with generous coats of mascara. Lovely AF!

 

Coloured liner

Coloured liner

Yeah, an eye shadow colour can double up as a liner. Wear your favourite eye shadow colour as a precise line along your upper lid by mixing it with a dab of face oil on the back of your hand and lining your eyes using an angled eye shadow brush.

 

Smokey eye

Smokey eye

Probably the hottest eye makeup look there is, the smokey eye is not restricted to the colour black anymore. Pull off a coloured smokey eye by packing your do-it-all eye shadow on the upper and lower lid and ta-da! Smokin’ hot eye makeup with your single-colour shadow!

 

Glossy lids

Glossy lids

In case you didn’t know, glossy lids are a huge trend right now. But no, you don’t have to go and buy a glossy eye shadow. Simply mix your matte or shimmer eyeshadow colour with some clear lip gloss, lip balm or Vaseline and blend it on your lids to rock the same shadow with a glossy finish.

 

Half-n-half

Half-n-half

This look is what happens when quirky meets pretty. A graphic winged shadow is totally bomb.com. Paint half of your lid, from inner corner to the centre, with your eye shadow colour and extend the other half into a graphic wing using black. Bold and glamourous, a must-try if you ask us.

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