Embarrassing ๐Ÿ˜– Eyeshadow Mistakes โŒ You're Making and How to Correct ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ Them ...

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Eyeshadow can transform your eyes from dull into dazzling!

Itโ€™s a makeup product every girl needs in her collection.

But itโ€™s important to know how to wear it.

Theseโ€™re the eyshadow mistakes you want to avoid.

1. Wearing the Wrong Colors

Wearing the Wrong Colors

While I want to state right up front that thereโ€™re no hard and fast rules when it comes to any makeup;

thereโ€™re only tips thatโ€™ve been proven to work wonderfully.2

So itโ€™s always up to you.

๐Ÿ˜Š But if youโ€™re open to suggestions, thisโ€™s a good one to take.

Be sure and wear eyeshadow colors thatโ€™re flattering to you.

One easy hint to remember is that you should avoid warm tones if youโ€™re skin is cool toned and avoid cool tones if your skin is warm toned.2

2. Using Sponge Applicators Instead of Brushes

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Those little sponge applicators that come with eyeshadow?

Toss them!

If you want your eyeshadow to look expertly done then you need to apply it with brushes.

They donโ€™t have to be expensive brushes (I love E.L.F.

brand!) but youโ€™re going to find brushes do a much better job depositing color.

Theyโ€™re also perfect for mixing two colors.

3. Going Too Bold All over

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The best use of eye shadow is when itโ€™s used to call attention to the natural beauty of your eyes.

You want to accentuate that.

You donโ€™t want to wear such bold eyeshadow that your eyes get lost in the makeup.

You can be dramatic with your eye makeup;2

just make sure itโ€™s working with your eyes instead of against them.2

Another easy tip to remember is that the boldest, darkest color belongs in your crease.

4. Not Blending

Not Blending

Many women donโ€™t understand how important blending is.

For a long time, I didnโ€™t!

But I learned that blending the different shades of eyeshadow takes away any harsh lines and has a much better end result.

You can blend with a brush or your fingers.

This one little step makes a huge difference.

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