Using eye shadow as a blush is simple and makes the makeup choices much more flexible. Eyeshadow offers a wider range of colors – and more color for dramatic makeup. Both have similar formulas and you will use similar techniques to apply them. Choose the type and shade of the shade that suits your skin and you will be able to clean it perfectly.
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The best rosy eyeshadow falls into the color lines pink on peaches, roses on brown. Pink and soft plum with light skin in cool tones. The peach shade works with warm skin in warm tones. The berry and rose for the Mediterranean and oily skin are cool tones and the bronze and orange shades are fine for the medium and oily skin with warm soft. Red shades are perfect for dark skin with cool tones. Raisins and orchids are a supplement to dark skin with warm tones.
Whether you want a matte or a shimmering shade depends on it: if you want party makeup, a shimmering shade can be good, though it doesn't look very natural If you want natural makeup, use a dull shade ,
You can use either cream or powder eye shadow as blush: the cream is good if you want it to last long, and for those with dry skin. Dust powders are best for oily skin types and may look more natural than a creamy eye shadow.
The eye shadow is heavier than opaque pink. This can break your skin if you wear eye shadow on the cheeks. Wash your skin after wearing eye shadow thoroughly – or wearing no makeup at all – to avoid unblocking.
If the pots or eyeshadow pallets are too small for a brushing brush, use either a small plastic makeup application or a solid eyeshadow brush to scrape the powder or cream out of the container and onto a clean tissue or mirror.
For powdered eye shadow, brush with a brush in the shade. If there is too much dust on the brush, you can easily tap into a web to remove some of it. Wipe it where you want it on your face. You can also use a pink or rose to accentuate your cheeks apples, and then apply a coffee under the cheek contour.
for Eye shadow cream, either dip a makeup sponge into the product or use a cheek highlighter brush stipple and mix it in your cheeks. By punching, instead of wiping, you touch the shadow on your cheeks with your brush. For cream products, you may need to mix more with a powder to make it natural.
If you use pink eye shadow as blush, it is often a long way off. This is good because it lasts longer, but not so good when you use too much. Try sometimes to see how many of your projects are up to the perfect amount.