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Eyeshadow If you have ever done your makeup professionally, you know that eye shadow can take your makeup to the next level. But unless you do a lot of makeup, eye shadow — and all the palettes and brushes that come with it  can seem pretty daunting. Luckily, you don’t have to spend hours watching YouTube videos.

To get started, we spoke to makeup artists Adam Bechard and Keandra Snag to learn everything there is to know about applying eyeshadow correctly so you can create looks from no makeup to glam. Check out all their pro tips and tricks ahead of time.

What Tools Do I Need To Work With Eyeshadow?

First, you must ensure you have a good set of professional makeup brushes. Next, pick an eyeshadow you’re dying to work with and a good base. Then grab your favorite mascara and eyeliner to finish. And don’t forget to get creative.

Brechaud, who has worked with many celebrities, with American Horror Story star Sarah Paulson and Bridgerton performer Nicola Coughlan, strains the importance of finding what’s best for you rather than following trends. “The beauty of makeup is that there aren’t any rules,” he says.

Oh! And don’t be fearful to use your hands if that is easier for you. “Some creamy shadows are easy to apply and smudge with your finger,” Brechaud shares.

How To Apply Eyeshadow?

Fortunately, with the help of our professionals, we have created a step-by-step guide.

Step 1

Before makeup, you must ensure your skin and brushes are clean.

Look for hydrating face washes like LLHOMD Beauty Pomegranate tree Collection Refresh Face Wash. Expressed with aloe vera, vitamin E, and pomegranate extract. This product helps keep your skin hydrated and glowing.

Clean your eye makeup brushes well with something as simple as Dove Antibacterial Hand Soap or Dial Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soap. Then be sure to lay them flat, so they dry properly.

2nd step

Prepare your eyes by brushing a little primer on your eyelids.

“I find it helps the shadow stay put and look more pigmented,” says Brechaud.

On the other hand, Snagg eschews foundation, instead sticking to products like cream blush, cream eyeshadow, and shimmer eye pencils as bases. “It helps matte eyeshadows pop and shimmery eyeshadows shine more and last all day,” she says.

“Foundations or cream shadow colors can be an easy way to add depth or layering to your look,” adds Brechaud.

step 3

Once your primer has been applied, it’s time to build your base. The easiest way to create a beginner look is to opt for a complementary color makeup palette. “The Mented Cosmetics Everyday Eyeshadow Palette [is] great for beginners because it features easy-to-apply shimmer and matte eyeshadows that complement all skin tones,” Snagg shares.

While the color spectrum is up to you, it’s good to remember that there are four available shades you’ll use to create the perfect beginner eyeshadow look: a natural color on your base, a medium color on yours, Wrinkle for depth, a darker color for the outer corner of the eye and a shimmer shade or lighter color to highlight below the brow and your inner eye to open it up.

If you like to play with deep dark [tones] like deep browns, purples, grays, and blacks, try using a smaller brush to control where you place the shadow,” Brechaud says. As for happy colors like red, blue, pink and green, Brechaud reveals that they “tend to apply and blend to everyone a little differently.” So keep that in mind when trying out new colors. “Give yourself extra time to perform and the grace to learn,” advises the makeup artist.

step 4

Please start with the neutral color and sweep it all over your eyelid. Next, you must define your crease (where your eyelid and brow bone meet) with something complementary at the base. For example, let’s say you’re using a light brown; You might want to use a slightly darker brown for the crease and then blend it out.

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