This step-by-step, once-and-for-all guide to applying eyeshadow makes your precise eye shape look even prettier Read more: Applying Eyeshadow - Eye Makeup Tips and Tricks - Redbook

5 Tricks for Applying Eyeshadow for Different Eye Shapes

This step-by-step, once-and-for-all guide to applying eyeshadow makes your precise eye shape look even prettier Read more: Applying Eyeshadow - Eye Makeup Tips and Tricks - Redbook

Try this tutorial for a colorful smokey eye. The COVERGIRL Eyeshadow Quads palette makes it easy with numbered steps. Perfect for a Spring look or any occasion when you’d like to try something other than a standard black smokey eye. STEP 1: Apply shade across your lid from lash line to brow bone. STEP 2: Sweep eyelid with a pop of color. STEP 3: Blend shade in your eye crease and along the outer half of your eyelid. STEP 4: Apply shadow along your lash line, with emphasis on the outer…

Try this tutorial for a colorful smokey eye. The COVERGIRL Eyeshadow Quads palette makes it easy with numbered steps. Perfect for a Spring look or any occasion when you’d like to try something other than a standard black smokey eye. STEP 1: Apply shade across your lid from lash line to brow bone. STEP 2: Sweep eyelid with a pop of color. STEP 3: Blend shade in your eye crease and along the outer half of your eyelid. STEP 4: Apply shadow along your lash line, with emphasis on the outer…

A bold eyebrow isn’t only on trend, it automatically helps you look more pulled together – and it’s easy to do! STEP 1: Brush eyebrow hair upwards with an eyebrow brush or spoolie. STEP 2: Use a brow powder or pencil to define the lines. STEP 3: Add depth and fill in gaps with light upward strokes for a natural look – never drag back and forth. STEP 4: Add a touch of highlighter or concealer right beneath the brow bone for an open-eyed look.

A bold eyebrow isn’t only on trend, it automatically helps you look more pulled together – and it’s easy to do! STEP 1: Brush eyebrow hair upwards with an eyebrow brush or spoolie. STEP 2: Use a brow powder or pencil to define the lines. STEP 3: Add depth and fill in gaps with light upward strokes for a natural look – never drag back and forth. STEP 4: Add a touch of highlighter or concealer right beneath the brow bone for an open-eyed look.

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