How to Apply Eyeshadow (Simple Steps)


As the saying goes, "Eyes are the windows of the soul." Beautiful and clear eyes  often become attractive weapons as well. However, many girls often fail to draw eye makeup because of hand damage, so they choose to give up this step. Eyeshadow is also a very important role. It can enhance the three-dimensional sense of the eyes and make the entire face charming through the tension of colors.

To start off with a fresh and clean base, the first thing you need to do is apply eyeshadow primer to your lids. Prepping your lids is a must if you want your eye makeup to stay in place and last through the day.

 1、Monochrome eyeshadow

Using only one color is a fast way to make a beautiful eyes makeup look for beginner. When we are about to go out and spend time on eye shadows, we can just use monochrome eye shadows.

Okay,Let's get started.Using your eyeshadow brush or just finger, sweep your favorite base shade on your eyelid. If you have brown eyes, shimmer might be the way to go — Qibest18 Pigmented Eyeshadow Palette.Matte +  Shimmer +  Metallic Glitter, Velvet Texture Blendable Long Lasting Eye Shadow Pallets.

Depending on the look you’re going for, you can bring this base color all the way up to your brow bone in preparation for a more dramatic smoky eye, or you can stop at the crease of your eye for a basic, everyday look.

2、Multicolor Eyeshadow

Many girls may feel that one color eyeshadow is too monotonous,So, girls want to wear two or three eye shadow colors together and  pursue more layers and more three-dimensional eye makeup effects—but which shades should you choose?

That can be a difficult question, but we have the answer. Look for shades that are in the same color family like lavender, violet and plum or beige, soft brown, and deep brown. You also want to have a light, medium, and dark shade.These colors will complement each other while still offering enough variation for your eye makeup to really stand out. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, though, meaning that you can also pick colors that aren’t in the same family to create a bolder, brighter end result. Still not entirely sure how to choose your three shades? Here are some of our favorite  eye shadow looks.Next qibest will introduce several multi-color eye shadow applying steps.

Step 1: Sweep a Neutral Color Over Your Lids as base

All eyeshadow palettes come with several shades. For your lid, you'll want to choose a neutral shade: not the darkest, not the lightest. Sweep this color over the entire lid up to the crease. For a more dramatic look, you can go darker, but if you have light skin and eyes, the look can be too harsh. You're better off with a lighter shade. The shimmer is fun for the evening but can make mature skin look more wrinkled.

Step 2: Blend in a Darker Color to Your Crease

For the next step, blend in a darker shade into your crease, starting from the inside of the eye with a thinner line growing thicker as it extends to the outside of the crease. Make sure the lids match and blend, blend, blend.

If you have a 3-color palette, choose the darkest color. If you have a 4-color palette, choose the 3rd darkest. If you're not using a palette, use a color that's in the same family as your neutral color.

Step 3: Add Highlighter Above the Crease

If you feel your eyes still need more color, you can take the lightest color in your palette and blend it in just above your crease. Try to keep the color off the browbone (sweep color up to the browbone) and lighter shades are always better. Stay away from dark shades here.

Step 4: Press a Light Shade Into the Inside Corner of the Eye

To open up eyes, press your pinkie finger into the lightest color of the palette and then press your pinkie into the inside corner of your eye. This is the makeup artist's secret for making eyes appear wider and more awake.

What changes do you think of after using eye shadows ?

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