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How to Apply Eyeshadow for Brown Eyes Step by Step

We’ve all attempted to get the perfect makeup application via YouTube Beauty Gurus, lengthy tutorials, and testing new products, and we’re all aware of just how annoying it can be to try billions of techniques that don’t work for us. That’s why we’ve created this list of hacks you haven’t tried yet when it comes to your eyeshadow routine. Whether you’re new to makeup or a tried and true trend veteran, you’ll love these cool techniques for amping up your look and the products from Dose of Colors.

The Backwards Cut Crease:

Have you ever tried to nail a ‘cut crease’ look but just ended up blending all of your shadow colors into something…well, blah? Then this technique will be perfect for you.

Begin by applying a primer to your entire lid. Then, using your favorite application tool, smooth your highlight color underneath your brow across the brow bone. For this technique, we’ll do the crease first. Select your palette and use the darkest shade in your crease, being careful not to go below your crease line. 

Then choose a slightly lighter shade, and use that to blend between the top edge of your crease, and the shade you place onto your brow bone. Be sure to blend well to get a perfect upwards ombre effect here.

Next, choose a light color and apply it from the base of each eyelid up to the crease line. This line should stop right at the beginning of the crease color you applied earlier. There’s no need to blend! This will create everyone’s favorite cut crease look that’s sure to turn heads and make your eyes look like daggers.

Lastly, finish off with your favorite style of eyeliner and mascara for a complete look. 

The Prime Prepper:

Primers. The tiniest products that cost the most and make the biggest impact on long-wear makeup. If you’ve ever gone on a makeup haul and forgotten to pick up primer (or decided not to drop any of your pretty pennies on it), you’ll find these creative priming solutions might just save you on a big night!

Priming Tip #1 – Use a thin layer of your concealer on your eyes as a primer! Allow the product to dry before applying shadow. 

Priming Tip #2 – Can you say “laxatives”? Okay, maybe that doesn’t sound so appealing. But easy, quick and cheap primer should! Dig through your … Read the rest

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