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How to wear blac eye shadow

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For an elegant and sophisticated look, try wearing black e/s.  It is appropriate for parties, as well as for business events where you need to look your sharpest. Don't be intimidated by the intense pigmentation. If you've previously attempted to wear black eyeshadow only to end up with a mess, you can put your concerns behind you--with a little know-how, you can keep black eyeshadow form falling onto the area under your eyes in the process of applying it.

Apply foundation to both top and bottom eyelids. Smooth an  e/s primer on from lash line to brow bone. To fully bring out the pigmentation of black eyeshadow, blend a concealer or flesh tone eyeshadow on. This serves as a base that will make the eyeshadow pop instead of looking murky against the skin.

Select what eyeshadow formulation to use. Liquid-to-powder or creme-to-powder eye shadows are the least messy. They don't flake off during application as a powder would. However, they may also appear more sheer and would therefore be less dramatic than a highly pigmented black powder. Apply an even layer of black creme or liquid eyeshadow from lash line to slightly above the crease using an eyeshadow brush especially manufactured for use with creme-based shadows. Before the eyeshadow dries, blend it from the crease upwards so that it fades gradually. Stop just under the brow bone.

Put down a thick layer of translucent powder under each eye with a mid size fluffy brush. This is a preventive measure in case of eyeshadow fallout. Dip a flat head eyeshadow brush into the black powder eyeshadow. Tap off excess to minimize shadow fallout. Press the eyeshadow on from lash line to just past the crease. Use this stippling motion all throughout. You do not want to sweep the eyeshadow on; this will cause it to fall instead of adhering to the skin.

Take a black pencil with a creamy texture. Work the color into both upper and lower lash lines. Intensifying your lash lines in this way will bring out the shape of your eyes so they don't get overwhelmed by the black eyeshadow. Use a cotton swab to smudge the lines. You may leave the top lash lines alone if you are happy with the way they look, but soften the bottom lines for a smoky--instead of harsh--effect.

Dab flesh tone eyeshadow onto brow bones using a fluffy eyeshadow brush. For an evening event, a shimmery flesh tone eyeshadow is appropriate. With the same brush, buff away any evident and hard lines in your eye makeup so that each color's edges blend.

Finish your eye makeup by filling in and shaping your brows, curling your eyelashes and applying mascara. This step is especially important if you want to look polished. Black eyeshadow can leave you looking washed out. You'll want to make sure that you don't neglect the other elements of your look. When you are through applying your eye makeup, sweep away the thick layer of translucent powder on your under eye area.


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