SBC Crème Based Eye Shadow Eyeshadow Frosted Crème Olive 28N
Exceptional shimmer in crème base eye shadows that dries to a powder finish no creasing!
colour on the skin is the colour you see in the pot!
colour that lasts
Here are some basic steps to applying eye shadow. The first thing you want to do is choose three colours. A base colour that is a few shades lighter than your own skin tone, a medium toned colour that you want to show, and a darker shade of that colour. This is really important, make sure that you are applying your makeup in a well lit area. It is also not a good idea to do this under those very bright bathroom lights, you'll end up over exaggerating the colours.
The first thing you want to do is apply the base colour on your lids up to your eyebrows and right under your eyes. You want this base colour to be lighter than your skin colour. Light pink, tan, beige, brown (for darker skin) are all good colours. Try avoiding white, Use eye shadow with a hint of colour.
Next, take a medium tone colour. Not too dark and not to light. Apply this to the half outer lid of your eyes. Make sure you don't cross that crease that appears when you open your eyes.
Now take a really dark eye shadow. You can also dampen your shadow brush and use the same colour you used in the previous step to make it darker. Apply this to half of the eye crease and on the bottom corner of your eyes. Depending on whether your eyes are far apart or close, you can extend the dark shadow on the bottom of your eyes. If you want your eyes to seem farther apart then keep that line short. If you want them to look closer then extend that line all the way under your eyes.