Video: ❶ How To Choose Shadows
The assortment of eyeshadows today is so wide that it is sometimes difficult to choose something suitable - it seems that almost all colors will suit you. However, some women, guided only by their own personal preferences, choose shadows that draw attention to the shortcomings of their appearance, making their face look old and tired, and their eyes dull and expressionless. Location: Location:
In order to choose the right shade of eyeshadow, first of all, consider the color of your eyes. If your eyes are brown, all shades from light beige to dark brown will suit you. Light shades of yellow, copper, golden pearlescent shadows, dark green, purple and white colors will also look good.
If you are the owner of blue eyes, then you should choose gray, black, dark blue, white, brick, pink, silver and purple shades, as well as ivory tones.
If your eyes are green, choose shades of copper, red, yellow, gold, light green, emerald, brick, brown, white, and orange.
Next, you should decide on the structure of the shadows that suits you. Shadows come in the form of pencils, cream, they can also be dry, oily or pressed. Pencils work well for quick makeup, but they also wear off quickly. Cream shadows are water-resistant, but at the same time they accumulate in the folds and crack. Dry eyeshadows are the most common, easy to apply, and fairly long-lasting, but cause discomfort for lens wearers. Pressed shadows have the same properties as dry ones, and oily ones are quite difficult to apply on the eyelid, and they quickly wear off.
Decide which shadows you would like to apply - matte or pearlescent. Matte eyeshadows are great for daily makeup. Unlike them, pearlescent ones are suitable only for evening make-up and are suitable only for those whose skin around the eyes is even and elastic. For those who have a lot of wrinkles, they can age, while the rest, on the contrary, will give freshness and shine. If the skin on your eyelids is not very elastic, but you still want to make shiny makeup, buy matte eyeshadows with mother-of-pearl - they are not as bright as pearlescent ones, but they shine a little in the light.