How to Apply Eyeshadow For Beginners – Makeup 101



If you’re like me, you love eyeshadow! I apply eyeshadow just about everyday. It’s something I truly enjoy doing and love playing with different colors but let’s be honest, I didn’t learn overnight. Learning how to apply eyeshadow took some practice but eventually I learned my own tips and tricks. I know it doesn’t come easy to some, so I made this video helps those who want to learn how to apply eyeshadow. There’s a few things you’ll need..

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1. Brushes
When it comes to applying eyeshadow, I first suggest finding the right brushes. You don’t need many brushes for basic makeup application. The four brushes I would recommend are; pointed crease brush, flat shader brush, tapered blending brush, and a regular blending brush. Sometimes brushes themselves can be confusing because so many brands have different names and makeup brushes can be used for more than one purpose. Try to find similar brushes shown, and you’ll be good to go =)

⇢⇢⇢ BRUSHES USED
❥ZOEVA 230
❥ZOEVA
❥MAKEUP ADDICTION DUO FIBRE BLENDING BRUSH
❥MAKEUP ADDICTION TAPERED CREASE BRUSH

2. Eyeshadow Base
An eyeshadow base is important because it’s going to help your eyeshadows lasts longer and also make your eyeshadows appear to their true color or even make them more vibrant. For some people, like myself, eyeshadow bases also help prevent your eyeshadows from creasing due do excess oil on the lids. For a more affordable option you can use your concealer as a base or buy a specific base meant for eyes.

⇢⇢⇢ BASE USED
❥MAC SOFT OCHRE PAINT POT

3. CHOOSING COLORS
When first starting out, I recommend choosing four colors in the same color family. A highlight shade, meant for your brow bone and inner corner, which can be either a shimmer or matte shade but also should be your lightest shade. Mid-tone shade, which will be placed under your brow bone shade as a “transition”, this shade will help create a gradient look between your crease and brow bone shade. Crease color – your darkest shade, will be placed directly in your crease to smoke out the look. Lid color – should be the star of the show, the color you really want to stand out. This is the easiest color to apply, which is placed directly on the lid.

⇢⇢⇢ SHADOWS USED
❥SHIMMA SHIMMA – MAKEUP GEEK
❥DESERT SANDS – MAKEUP GEEK
❥VANILLA BEAN – MAKEUP GEEK
❥COCOA BEAR – MAKEUP GEEK

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9 Comments

  1. Natalia R. says:

    I have a lot of eyeshadow palettes, and always used it with this brush set from here
    ✯> https://getpocket.com/s/MNfkm
    The brush quality is so good and the soft texture really help me a lot to blend my make-up

  2. this look is gorgeous on you !

  3. this helped a lot, thank you!!

  4. love the colors! I went try and find them, but couldnt 🙁

  5. Amy R_xo says:

    Your eyes are so prettyyy

  6. great color choices. my favorite is shimah shimah

  7. Lisa V says:

    great tutorial!

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