- Don’t forget primer
- Apply a beige base first
- Use white or silver in your inner corners
- Line up your eyes with eyeshadow
- Use a visiting card for a crisp edge
- Go for the right brush
Don’t forget primer
If you’ve always suffered from oily lids and your eyeshadow often creases, it is important to use a primeron your lids. Just like layering skin care is imperative, you must layer your eye makeup to ensure that it stays in place. This way, your eyeshadow will stay put almost throughout the day.
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Apply a beige base first
If you’re planning to use a bright eyeshadow, make sure you first use a beige base so your shadow pops perfectly once applied. This will allow the true bright shade of your eyeshadow to stand out on your lids. That perfectly done electric blue eye makeup doesn’t come so easy, ladies!
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Use white or silver in your inner corners
It’s the rule of thumb—to look awake, apply some highlighter or white eyeshadow in the inner corners of your eyes. If you feel white eyeshadow is a bit much, you can use a silver eyeshadow or a gold eyeshadow in your inner corners. We promise, this one’s going to make your eyes pop!
Line up your eyes with eyeshadow
Black kajal often looks stark. Instead, we suggest using a brown eyeshadow to line your eyes. Wet a liner brush and then pick product from an eyeshadow palette that contains a brown shade. Line your eyes depending on how thick or thin you want the stroke.
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Use a visiting card for a crisp edge
If you like the edges of your smokey eyes to be perfectly done, this hack should be useful. Just hold a visiting card on the outer edge of the eye in order to ensure that the eyeshadow edges are sharp.
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Go for the right brush
Using the right eyeshadow brush is crucial when it comes to eyeshadow application. We’ve all had those times when we’ve forgotten to blend eyeshadow and our eyes have ended up looking so unsightly. A blending brush is all you need to create the perfect eyeshadow application. When it comes to applying cream-based eyeshadows, it’s important that you rely on a sponge-tip applicator eyeshadow brush. With the right brushes in hand, there’s no stopping you from applying eyeshadow perfectly.