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OLEDA EYESHADOW BASE LIGHT


 
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Product Code: 1145-41-35-80

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Eye and Lip Primer

For Lips: This silky primer is a MUST to apply to the lip area to prepare for lip product application. Long-lasting, waterproof formula that prevents creasing while neutralizing the lip to bring out optimal color.

For Eyes: This silky primer is a MUST for the eye area to prepare for makeup application. A long-lasting, waterproof formula that prevents creasing while neutralizing the lid to bring out optimal color.


Makeup Tips: Make Eyes Large/Glamorous

in 7 Easy Steps!


1- Remove all oils from the upper eyelids. You can do this with an astringent or a tissue. Removing the oils helps the eye makeup stay in place…less likely to run or smudge.

2- Apply a high-quality Shadow Base! This is a must to prepare the eye for shadow application. It will make colors adhere longer and it will stop shadows from lodging in your creases and looking runny.

3- Apply an off-white or light beige eyeshadow on the eyelid itself. You can use a neutral mineral eyeshadow like Bermuda Sand or Mountain, or a matte eyeshadow like vanilla. Don't use an iridescent shadow, it makes the eyes appear older.

4- Curl your eyelashes. Apply mascara on the upper and lower lashes. Give them a couple of coats…but do not let them stick together. If you dare, you could put on “false eyelashes” at this point. I usually wear them…I just like the look for me. Before applying Mascara to lower lids, rub most mascara off onto a tissue, this will avoid applying too much mascara and looking like a porcelain doll. The idea here it to make the eye look bigger, subtly.

5- (optional) Apply a thin line of eyeliner at the base of your real or fake lashes. Make it a soft line, not thick or hard looking. Continue this eyeliner a little past your lashes toward your nose tapering off toward the nose.

6- Apply eyeshadow in the creases: Eyeshadow can appear to change the shape of the eye…in this case…make your eyes look bigger, younger and more open. For the crease, I recommend using a darker color, either in matte or mineral. For matte I'd use Moccasin or Nugget, and in mineral, I like using Wilderness. How to apply: Above the upper eyelid, and on and above the eye socket, brush on your color choice. The illustration here will show you where to apply it. Make sure your shadow goes all the way around the outside and down to the lower eyelid, tapering off on the bottom lashes. Now bring the shadow in toward the nose on the upper lid, but not as wide. Make sure you smudge the edges so that there are no hard lines or lines of demarcation at the edge of the shadow.

7- Apply a highlight to the center of the eyelid. This step will make your eye look wider and really pop because the highest point of your lid will catch the light. I recommend using Vanilla in Matte Eyeshadows or Tundra or Bronzed in the Mineral Shadows. There are many combinations to choose from and try. You can use the gray shades for a smokey eye too following the same technique.

P.S. Don't forget to shake the excess powder off the brush so the powder does not fall on your skin

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basic makeup using OLEDA eye and lip primer

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