• How to make eye shadow more pigmented

    How to make eye shadow more pigmented
    How to make eye shadow more pigmented
    How to make eye shadow more pigmented
    How to make eye shadow more pigmented

    Hi girls! Do you have trouble with your eye make up? We’ve all been there: You find the perfect colorful eyeshadow shade only to discover that it doesn’t look nearly as pigmented on your skin tone as it does in the tube or pot. While there’s a time and place for understated eyeshadow, sometimes you just want that dramatic, ultra-bright, eye catching effect. Luckily, there are a few tried-and-trusted makeup tips you can use to make any eyeshadow appear extra-pigmented on your lid.

    I’m sharing these tips for those who have thin or unpigmented eyeshadow. ✨

    What you will need:

    1. Micellar Water

    2. Eyeshadow Brush

    Another way to make your powder eye shadow pop on the lid is to spray your brush with a little micellar water first and then apply it on your lid. Spritz just a bit of product on an eyeshadow brush so that it’s damp but not wet. Then, tap your brush into a powder eyeshadow and stamp it onto the eye. Not only will this help the shadow look brighter, it’ll also help it to stay set for longer.

    And, you’re done. You can go back in with a brush and buff out any hard lines, or bring a bit of your transition shade over the shadow for a really blended effect, but the rest is up to you. 🥰✨