In relation to the Q&A on the different ways to apply eyeshadow, here are some more of my favorites.
* Light color on the inner half of the eyelid + Dark color on the outer half. This is a very common way to open up the eyes. It is also the most beneficial for those with close-set eyes, especially when the darkest color is applied at the very outer corner.
The weekly Q&A section is finally back and this week, Yael wanted to learn more about the different ways to apply eyeshadows:
“I want to try a different way of applying eyeshadows but have no idea how! I keep using a light color up to above the crease with something dark on the lid. Any suggestions?”
Purple eyeshadow is definitely one of those things you can wear any season with any skin color and eye color.
Spring is the best time to whip out those bright colors that were kept hidden in the drawers after the long cold winter and turquoise is my all-time favorite. While turquoise looks best against darker skin tones and makes brown eyes pop, it will look good on lighter eyes and paler skin as well. Just make sure you pick one that has a metallic or satiny finish. Matte turquoise can look dated.