A Step By Step Ultimate Guide On How To Make Eyeshadow

DIY cosmetics are becoming increasingly popular, and you've undoubtedly heard that you can create eyeshadow at home as well. The reality is that many DIY eyeshadow recipes on the internet right now aren't very excellent. Crayons, food coloring, baby powder, and other materials that should not be used near your eyes are advised. With these components, Eyeshadow's recipe isn't very excellent. It's more of a fun DIY project for teenagers, but it won't result in a long-lasting and safe eyeshadow.

How To Make Eyeshadow

Yes, ignore everything you've read so far and follow the instructions below to produce safe, attractive, and long-lasting DIY eyeshadows.

Eye makeup is a goddess's craft, and what it does to your face is quite remarkable. It completely transforms your appearance, making you look powerful and gorgeous. Practice, an awareness of how to choose the appropriate shades, and some basic techniques are all it takes to perfect the art of flawless eye makeup.

Scroll down for an easy step-by-step tutorial on how to make eyeshadow and get ready to add some much-needed drama to those eyes.

Stepwise Guide To Blending Eyeshadow

Eye makeup can be a lot of fun since it allows you to experiment with different colors to make your eyes shine. Eyeshadows in varying shades assist in shaping your face and give it a fresh new look. However, mixing eyeshadow is crucial.

It's crucial to prepare your skin before applying makeup to ensure a healthy foundation. So, before you go for your makeup products, make sure you've finished your skincare regimen.

Step-1: Prepare Your Eyes 

Start with a smooth foundation if you want attractive eyes. To prepare your eyes and create the perfect basis for your eye makeup, apply an eyeshadow primer. If your eyelids are oily, a decent primer will help your eyeshadow stay longer and prevent creasing. A tinted primer can help level out discoloration and make makeup colors look more vibrant. You may simply just softly sweep the foundation on your eyelids for a flawless finish.

Prepare Your Eyes

Step-2: Set The Primer With a Base Color

To fix your primer and remove any stickiness, use the darkest matte eyeshadow color all over your eyelid. This will keep your eyeshadow from creasing on your upper lid. A flat, stiff brush can be used. Instead, go in with a light pink or blush hue to give some natural-looking color to your eyeshadow base. You may pick up the eyeshadow with your finger.

Primer With a Base Color

Step-3: Highlight Your Inner Corner and Brow Bone

To make your brows seem clean and crisp, use the lightest shade and run it just below the arch of your brow. Apply a light gold or champagne shimmer eyeshadow to the inner corner of the eye, close to the tear duct, with a tiny, dense brush. Your eyes will appear bright, fresh, and wide open as a result of this. You can use a cream, powder, or liquid face highlighter instead of a sparkly eyeshadow to get the same look.

Highlight Your Inner Corner and Brow Bone

Step-4: Define Your Crease

Use a medium brown or taupe shade to give your beginning eye makeup look extra depth and character. To get the perfect crease transition shade, just fill a tiny, fluffy blending brush with the eyeshadow color and softly wipe it across your crease in a back and forth windshield wiper motion.

Remember to use a gentle hand since you don't want any sharp lines or patchiness in your crease color.

This step is optional, but if you want to give your eye makeup look even more dimension, go over the outside half or three-quarters of your crease with a little deeper shade of brown. Instead, apply a darker pink tone in the crease for the pink eye makeup effect. For a flawless finish, use a clean blending brush to blend the base and crease shades together.


Define Your Crease

Step-5: Blend, Blend, Blend!

The eyeshadow tutorial comes to an end with this stage. Defining your waterline with kajal, outlining your lash line with eyeliner, and obtaining long and fluttery lashes with a liberal mascara application will take your eye makeup look to the next level.

You'll notice a sharp line separating your crease from your brow bone and eyelid once you've defined your crease with eyeshadow. This is when eyeshadow mixing comes into play. Diffuse the edges using a clean blending brush. You can also use the eyeshadow brush to smooth the borders after softly patting them in the same color as your crease. Remove any extra color of the eyelid with a windshield wiper motion and evenly spread the shade.

Final Words

So, this guide will help on how to make eyeshadow with the easiest steps. It's best to avoid the cut crease, halo eyes, and crazy gradient eyes if you're just getting started with eyeshadow makeup. Stick to the basic everyday eye makeup look to learn and master different eyeshadow methods and then have fun as you become better at it, as amazing as these looks are.


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