Ever wonder why your eyeshadow just doesn’t quite do what you want it to? Not know what colours will suit you? If the answer to either of these questions was yes then I can help you and you are in the right place! Keep reading to see a couple of my handy hints to keep your makeup looking on point.
- If you are looking to create a classical / timeless look then your best bet will be an array of matte powders in neutral tones from light to dark.
- Choose a shape that accentuation your desired eye shape and bare this in mind whilst apply eyeshadow.
- Unless you are using just one shade, try to use at least 2 brushes to ensure an even blend of colour.
- If you are very new to makeup and don’t want to shell out on brushes I would recommend buying a kit that has a blending brush, flat brush & a pencil brush supplied. These can be found at super drug for around £8.00.
- Always rememeber to prep the eyelid with a primer, powder or foundation before applying any shadow. Especially when using dark or very bright colours to ensure that the colour doesn’t stain the eyelids.
- Tap off any excess from your brush, remember to add a little at a time and build as you go.
- If you want to make your eye colour really pop then choose a contrasting shade to your eye colour.
– Blue eyes come alive with any shade of peach hues & orange undertones.
– Green eyes are great with bronze or caramel tones & a pop of lavendar.
– Hazel eyes are stunning with chestnut shades, brown tones pops of purple or green.
– Brown eyes look wonderful with all natural shades within your skin tones range & beautiful jewel tones to brighten the eye.