For beginners in doing makeup, applying eyeshadow may be so difficult and such a troublesome. Moreover, some women consider that applying eyeshadow is a trivial thing. Actually, if you apply eyeshadow wrongly, it will create the nonproportional eye look and sometimes looks weird. These are the techniques to apply eyeshadow rightly and of course easy to practice.
Clean or Wash Your Face
Before applying eyeshadow, you must clean your face especially your eyes. It is because the oily and dirty eyelids will make you difficult to apply the eyeshadow. Moreover, it can make your eyeshadow looks a mess.
Close Your Eyes
Apply eyeshadow rightly by closing your eye. The closed eye helps you to apply the eyeshadow on the eyelid easily. Use another eye to look the makeup process on another side.
Choose the Right Brush
To apply eyeshadow rightly, you should also consider the applicator brush. You should choose the right brush to apply eyeshadow on your eyelids. Select a brush with smooth and soft hair. If you have the small eyelid, you should also choose the small brush to apply eyeshadow rightly.
The next tips to apply eyeshadow rightly are combining the color. If you want to use eyeshadow in two colors, dark and soft, so apply the soft color first on the eyelid. Apply the soft color eyeshadow such as soft beige or pink on the middle eyelids. Then, add the dark color eyeshadow such as dark brown to the outer corner of your eyelids. At last, blend those two colors eyeshadow to create the beautiful and natural gradient color on the eyelids.
How to Apply
When applying eyeshadow on the eyelid, start from the inner corner eyelid or near your nose. Then pull the brush gently to the middle and the outer eyelid. With a brush, apply the soft color eyeshadow from the upper eyelashes upwards then fill the rest part eyelid with the darker eyeshadow color for the outer corner.
In applying eyeshadow rightly and easily, you can practice it at home or during your spare time. It’s better to apply the eyeshadow rightly to make your eyes beautiful and brighter.