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- Blush as a Transition colour: If you want to use a bright colour as a transition colour but don’t quite have the right shade as eye-shadow, you can use blush. Yes, blush! Be it pink or orange. You just go in with a light tap and apply. Remember with makeup it’s better to build up, so start small.
- Contour as Eye shadow: You apply it on the brush in a slight zig-zag motion, tap lightly to remove the excess and place it on the eye lid and blend; which is super important.
- Eye primer to enhance eye shadow: Primer really helps your shadow pop, obviously it’s not a crucial need but if you want your look to really pop then you should definitely add it. If you’re doing a cut-crease then you know at what point it will be required.
- Damp brush to enhance eye shadow: If you don’t have primer or concealer to enhance your eye look, you can take a wipe and use it to dampen the eye shadow brush. It makes a clear difference
- Pick up product with both sides of the brush: A great time saver when applying eye shadow is to pick up product, that is- with the appropriate brush (flat brush)- on both sides of the brush so you don’t keep having to go in on the palette to pick up more
- Spoolie to take out harsh lines: Say you’ve completed your brows and especially on the top. Just an easy flicking upwards motion at the beginning half of the brow to smoothen it out.
- Setting your Brows: Usually after you’re done with brows you set it with your brow gel and if you don’t have that, the hack is- setting spray! Spritz some on your spoolie and go over the brow and thee you have it, set brows.
- Wet brush to make Bronzer pop: in the case were you want your bronzer to be really pigmented to give your look that extra pop. Instead of going in multiple times to get product on the brush, just dampen the brush before putting bronzer on it then apply
Bonus Tip: Correct Use of Colour Correctors- When using these remember they are not concealers but neutralizers for discoloration on your skin. You use them first before concealer or foundation on top to properly cover the spot.
For a more detailed insight on this see the attached YouTube tutorial- https://youtu.be/i3QePf4goko