Learn the different parts of the eyeshadow pallet

Have you ever bought an eyeshadow palette without knowing what order you're supposed to apply the colors? Most people have probably done this at least once. Many eyeshadow palettes contain specific shades, so once you know the order you'll be whisking on shadow in no time.
Watch this short video to learn the order of application. When you follow these steps, you'll have professional-looking eye makeup on in no time. All you need are two brushes and your palette of choice.
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Materials
-Eyeshadow palette
-Eyeshadow brush
-Angled brush
Instructions
1. Take the lightest eyeshadow shade on the palette and apply it all over your eyelid with an eyeshadow brush. This will form your base.
2. Apply the second-lightest shade on your lid up to the crease, making sure not to blend it too far up.
3. Apply the medium shade on the palette into the crease of your eyelid to add definition and make your eyes pop.
4. Apply the darkest shade to your lashline with the angled brush. This will frame your eyes and add some drama.
Congratulations. You've successfully learned how to use an eyeshadow palette. You don't have to stick to one palette, either. If you use these steps of shade application, you can mix and match eye shadows to your heart's content.
Fierce League
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