How to Apply Eye Shadow on Blue Eyes (Exersice)

Blue eyes is such a big blessing to have so just imagine how those baby-blues can stand out when applying the correct eye shadow.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind when applying eye shadow on blue eyes:
• The best shades to use for blue eyes are brown, gold, peach, chocolate, rust and shades of orange.
• Shades of purple and plum together with grey or light lavender work really well for evening makeup.
• Brown or bronze eyeliner works well for day or evening looks.
• Use brown or black mascara
• 212 Spoolie Brush
• 221 All Over Eye Blender Brush
• 204 Crease Brush
• 219 Precision Crease Brush
• 202 Large Shader Brush
• 229 Detailing Brush
• 207 Angle Eye Liner Brush
• 15 Color Eye Shadow Palette- Neutral or Smoky
• Eyeliner Pencils
• Gel Eye Liners
• Eyelash curler
• Black mascara
Step 1: Take your 212 Spoolie Brush and comb your client’s eyebrows in an upwards movement, taking it downwards at the sides.
Step 2: Take your 221 All Over Eye Blender Brush and apply a white, beige or champagne eye shadow color all over the eye area. Apply it from underneath your client’s eyebrows and take it downwards almost into her lash line.
Step 3: Take your 204/219 Crease Brush and apply a gold eye shadow in the crease of your client’s eyes. Apply it from the inside corner of her eyes and take it all the way till the end.
Step 4: Wipe your brush with a clean tissue.
Step 5: Take the same brush and apply a dark brown eye shadow at the outer corners of the eye’s crease and only until the middle of the crease. Make a “v” shape while taking this color into your client’s lash line so that it is in line with the darker color of the crease.
Step 6: Take the 204 Crease Brush and do blending so that the 2 colors blend well together.
Step 7: Take your 229 Detailing Brush and apply a champagne eye shadow color at the inside corners of your client’s eyes.
Step 8: Use your black eyeliner to line the eyes at the top and bottom. Make sure that the edge of the pencil is not too sharp. A good tip is to sharpen the pencil and to push the point/edge, slightly angled, onto your hand so that it is just right for lining the eyes.
Optional: – Wipe your 229 Detailing Brush with a clean tissue.
Optional: – Take this brush and apply black eye shadow over the eyeliner line that you have drawn.
Step 9: Take the eyelash curler and place it underneath your client’s eyelashes while her eyes are open. Gently squeeze the eyelashes for 10 – 20 seconds to give them a curl.
Step 10: Finally, take black mascara and gently wipe it down the inside of the tube. Ask your client to close her eyes and apply the mascara wand exactly where the eyelashes start. Comb the wand upwards and outwards, making zigzag movements. This will prevent the mascara from forming clumps and also give her eyelashes that desired volume.

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