Eyeshadow – The Brights

 

Colorful Eyeshadows to Match any Uniform or Costume

 

These mineral pressed eyeshadows have a winning formula.  The colors range from natural to bright, to accommodate every preference.  The amazing texture of our eyeshadow is due to its blend-ability, and high pigment density which makes them long lasting and visible from 300 ft.  Applied wet or dry, these shadows never crease or fade, and will look fabulous until removed.

How to Apply:

SINGLE Color

One colour, often neutral, can be used to even out skin tone and create a base on the eyelids in preparation for more colours. One colour can also be used to brighten the eyes. This may be a cream, beige or soft pink shade. If you wear eyeliner, you may not wish to wear more than one subtle eyeshadow colour to keep the look more natural. Some women choose to wear a bolder, brighter colour such as purple to complement clothing or for a more dramatic look. One colour is easy to apply with a flat, rounded eyeshadow brush.

DUO Color

Two colours can be worn for extra definition and to create a fuller, more rounded eye shape. Beige and brown; light blue and dark blue; silver and charcoal; light pink and dark pink, are just some of the colours which work well together.

STEP 1

Apply the lightest colour all over the eyelids using a flat, rounded eyeshadow brush.

STEP 2

Using an angled eyeshadow brush work the darkest colour from the far outer corner of your eyelids around the crease of your eyelid to about midway, forming a V shape.

STEP 3

Using a large, flat blending brush, blend the two colours together and soften the eyeshadow where the two colours meet.

Finish the look with your choice of eyeliner and mascara.

TRIO Color

Three colours can be used to add greater colour, depth and definition to a look. Usually you will use a light, medium and dark colour. For example, this could be cream, beige and brown; silver, grey and charcoal; silver, light blue and navy; beige, gold and bronze; or white, pink and plum.

STEP 1

Apply the lightest colour all over the eyelids and up to the brow bone using a large flat, rounded eyeshadow brush. This is called the highlight. (Optional).

STEP 2

Apply the medium colour across the eyelid using a flat, rounded eyeshadow brush.

STEP 3

Using an angled eyeshadow brush work the darkest colour from the far outer corner of your eyelids around the crease of your eyelid to about midway, forming a V shape.

STEP 4

Using a large, flat blending eyeshadow brush blend the medium and dark colours together and soften the shadow where the two colours meet.

STEP 5

Using a small, flat, rounded eyeshadow brush and using the lightest shade, dab a vertical line in the centre of your eyelids in order to create a central highlight which will catch the light adding dimension to your colour. (Optional).

Finish the look with eyeliner and mascara.

 

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