Jun 03, 2012
Jun 04, 2012
Thats the thing. I try not to do dark colors near my brow, but when try to blend I do it too far up. I will try again, but I usually do what you said, but it still doesnt look polished. I guess practice makes perfect. I printed a few face charts, should I just practice on them? By the way, thank you so much for responding
ok thanks lil T. I use BH cosmetics and brushes I got from the Bronner Brothers hair show. I was match the MAC colors to my palette and practice some more. Thanks for taking the time to respond
Make sure that every time you use a new shade that you're using a clean brush so that you're not getting whatever's left on the brush mixed in with the new color where you don't want it. Also, it sounds counter-intuitive but be careful not to over blend. That can make your colors look muddy and keep you from getting any definition between them.
Jun 06, 2012
I think the best advice is practice... I always apply the lighter shade first then darker colors. I also use Soft Brown e/s or any other skin tone eyeshadow to blend out any harsh lines.
Jun 29, 2012
To be honest with you it seems like you are doing a pretty good job at applying your eyeshadow. If you blend your color up to high you can always take an eye shadow closest to your skin tone or even lighter to apply over the color to tone it down and blend it out and down if that makes since and then apply your highlight color. You can even use powder foundation if you have any. The more you practice the better you will get.
they have a lot of tips on youtube girl your eye makeup looks good dont worry practice makes perfect
Thanks you guys
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