08/7/16

When to go for Blue Eyeshadow

If you have decided to go for blue eyeshade for a change in your look this is the best article for you.  We’re going to help you decide which shade of blue will best compliment you, share with you some tips on how to wear it and many more.

Choosing Blue Eyeshadow

Blue eyeshade works with almost all eye colors.  It has varieties of shades. It comes in deep blue, royal blue, dark blue, light blue, navy blue and the likes. Though it works fine with every eye color, there are still some factors that you have to put into consideration, like your hair type, skin and eye color. Choose shades such as ocean blue for fair skin type while intense blue for those who have darker skin color. Now that you know the different shades of blue, you also have to take note the type of eyeshadow that you’re going to use. Eyeshades comes in different forms, there are gel, cream, loose, glitter and many more. You can try and play colors to see yourself which and what perfectly suits you and your taste as well.

Applying blue eyeshadow

Work on a clean face. So wash your face with soap and rinse with water. pat dry with a clean fluffy towel. Hide blemishes using concealer. Cover face with foundation, making sure it extends on your jaw line. Blend it well. Now let’s work on with your eyes. Apply primer to hold the shadow last longer (you may skip this if you don’t have a primer). We’re going to create a smokey effect using blue eyeshadow. Apply the lighter shade on entire eyelid. Next, the deepest tone should only be applied to highlight eye corners.  To create the illusion that you want, pick your darkest shade and apply it on the crease of your eye. Remember to blend. Finish your look with lots of mascara.

Additional tips

blue eyeshadowDarker shades are only applied on your creases. It should not reach your brow bone.

If you want to do blending, lighter shades such as tan, grey, and brown should be used. Apply it on entire eyelid and your shade of choice should be applied on upper lash line or on your eyelid up to the creases.

Don’t wear eyeshadow that is the same with the color of your outfit. If you’re wearing blue eyeshade, go for plain whites so the attention will still be on your eyeshadow.

If you want to put your hands back on black eyeliner, you can go for colored liners. Make sure that it matches the darkest shade of your eye makeup. Other eyeliner shades that can be used are the metallic ones, like silver, gold, bold pink and even metallic shimmery blue liner will still work and can give you amazing results.

Black mascaras compliments well with blue eyeshades. Wear only natural make up on your cheeks and lips. No to colored lipsticks such as pink, red and etc.