Glossy Eyeshadow

Without It Creasing by 2 p.m.

How to Pull Off

Glossy Eye Shadow Is All The Rage

But it wears away, smudges, or creases easily

Steps To Make It Last Longer

Here’s a step-by-step guide to creating a wet look that lasts all day long

Step One: Prime Your Lids

For ultimate staying power, be sure to thoroughly prime your eyelids with an eyeshadow base prior to applying pigment.

Step Two: Start the Application Process With a Nude Shadow

Before you get playful with pigments, sweep a nude eyeshadow into the crease of your eye.

Step Three: Add Pigment to Your Lids

Using the color of your choice and a dense, fluffy eyeshadow brush, tap pigment onto your eyelid.

Step Four: Add Color to Your Lower Lash Line

Using a pencil brush, take the same color you used on your eyelid and sweep that onto your lower lash line.

Step Five: Get Glossy

Now it's time to take your eyeshadow look from matte to glossy, which is done by adding a gloss material to the lids. 

Step Six: Diffuse the Edges of the Gloss

Take a clean blending brush, one that's a bit slimmer, and start to lightly diffuse the edges of the gloss that you just applied. 

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