Choose a cream-textured eyeshadow with a fleck of shimmer. For a sheer veil of color, blend it over your eyelid with your fingertip. The warmth in the pad of your finger will melt it seamlessly onto the skin. To create drama, build intensity by pressing the shadow on with a dense-bristled eyeshadow brush.
Cool trick! Want a wet-look? Prime your eyelid with a satin-finish concealer first. Alternatively, for a flatter effect, begin by preparing the lid with a layer of loose, matte powder.
Hot tip! To make your peepers pop, take the cream shadow beneath your eyes and sweep it along the lower lashes. Then, line your upper and lower inner rims with eye pencil. To finish, curl your lashes and slick on some mascara. To elongate and widen your eyes, liberally coat the lashes at the outer corners (both top and bottom).
My product picks: For a reflective wash of color, smudge on Dior Eye Show. Work Undressed Beige 622 in the daytime, and rock Glitz & Glam Black 092 at night. If you like a matte texture, wear Shu Uemura’s Cream Eye Shadow in M Sand Brown during daylight hours, and M Black after dark. Prefer pastel hues? Check out Dior Eye Show in Pink Wannabe 832 and Shu Uemura’s Cream Eye Shadow in P Light Green and P Light Blue.
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