How to brighten eyes with a neutral glitter look

Love glitter but don't know how to wear it with a natural, everyday look? This set of instructions is for you. Glitter is a fantastic way to brighten and accentuate your eyes, and there's an easy way to wear it for a daytime glam look.
Watch the video to discover how to pair neutral matte eyeshadows with just the right pop of glitter. All you'll need is your favorite liquid glitter eyeshadow, three matte neutral shades and two brushes. Sounds pretty easy, right? Grab those materials and get started.
- Liquid glitter eyeshadow
- Neutral matte brown eyeshadow
- Mid-tone matte brown eyeshadow
- Dark brown eyeshadow
- Blending eyeshadow brush
- Flat eyeshadow brush
1. Dip the blending brush in the neutral matte brown shade and sweep it into your crease using microcircles and windshield wiper motions.
2. Dip the same brush into a matte neutral shade one shade darker than the first and blend slightly above your crease until the two shades appear seamless.
3. Pick up liquid glitter eyeshadow with the flat brush. Dab in the middle of your eyelid below the crease and take your time applying for an even coat over the eyeshadow.
4. Dab a bit of glitter and apply it to the inner corners of your eyes to brighten your look.
5. Closely line your lower lash line with another matte neutral shade to add definition to your eyes.
Congratulations! You've got a glittery look that's perfect for daytime. Tip: Pick a neutral shade of glitter such as gold or silver or rose gold to keep the look close to natural and illuminating.
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