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Beauty Guide to The Right Eyeshadow Application

Many women find that eyeshadow enhances the look of their eyes for a big night out or even everyday wear. But not very many women know how to correctly apply eyeshadow so that it looks great and stays on all day. This article will provide a general guide for eye shadow application and how to choose the best shade and style for your particular skin tone and face shape. Read on to learn more.

The first thing to consider is where you are going to be wearing your eyeshadow. Are you going on a big date? Or is this eyeshadow makeup for every daywear at work or at home? Generally speaking, sparkly or shimmery eyeshadow is for evening wear, and matte eyeshadow or lightly shimmered shadow can be worn during the day.


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Now consider what colors look best on you. All different shades and hues of brown shadow tend to look good on all skin types and skin tones. If you want to add some color, however, consider the following guidance. People with yellow undertones and olive skin tones should go toward pinks, purples, and violets, focusing on warmer shades to contrast their cooler toned skin. On the other hand, people who have pink undertones should try to play around with eyeshadows in cooler tones to counter their warm toned skin.


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To do a classic eye with eyeshadow, start with an eye base or eye primer. You can find eye base at any pharmacy or beauty counter at a department store. Once your primer has dried, put on an even layer of neutral eyeshadow as a second base. Now are you are ready to start contouring. You may want to add your eyeliner at this point and smudge it with a dark shade of your chosen color of eyeshadow. Smudge the eyeshadow and then bring it up into your lid crease around the outer corners of your eyes. Now you must blend, blend, blond. Fill in any sparse areas of eyeshadow with your brush, dust with a setting powder, and apply some mascara as a final touch.



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Remember, always keep your makeup tools clean and sanitary. You should be washing all of your eyeshadow and eyeliner brushes at least once per week in a makeup cleansing fluid that includes a bacteria-killing agent. Store your eyeshadow brushes and makeup products in a safe area away from children and pets, and always purchase new products when the expiration date arrives to reduce the buildup of bacteria in your makeup. Follow all of these directions, and you will have beautiful eyes every day.

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