May 04, 2012
I am trying to acheive the neutral eyeshadow. I have seen many women w the shadow that matches their skin tone, then the dark shadow to get the smoky look. I dont know what color i can use that matches my skin tone. (I hope i explained that right?)
Well, if you want an eyeshadow that matches your skin tone, then why not use your face powder?
I agree with Anjum C. Try a loose powder foundation a shade or 2 darker then your natural skin tone.
May 05, 2012
Yes I agree with Anjum C. and Consuelo A. because I always use my face powder as an eyeshadow when I'm in a rush.
However there are TONS of neutral eyeshadow palettes out there and I think it's truly trial and error. You can also use a bronzer as your crease color. When I bought the NAKED 1 Palette that really helped me figure out my neutral eyeshadows. Yet, the NAKED Palette is $50 so if you don't want to spend that much CoverGirl, Wet N Wild, Milani, and Revlon have great neutral eyeshadows. You just have to try stuff out!
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