Eyeshadow fallout

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Greer
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Eyeshadow fallout

Unread postby Greer » August 27th, 2014, 9:23 pm

I loooove doing eye looks, but I have the works luck with the shadow or glitter falling underneath during application. Any tips would be much appreciated!

XOXO

Greer
jasminemonti
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Re: Eyeshadow fallout

Unread postby jasminemonti » September 28th, 2014, 10:47 pm

hi :) you can try doing the eye makeup on you or your client first, then after your done with all the eyeshadow swipe away the fallout with a tissue or face wipe (this wont be a problem with foundation because it is a clean face) and then afterwards start the foundation routine!
hope this helped :)
Jasmine
traceylea
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Re: Eyeshadow fallout

Unread postby traceylea » October 8th, 2014, 1:42 am

get some loose powder and sprinkle across the cheeks just under the eyes and after you finish the eye makeup, use a large feather brush and dust it off.
Gem1986
Makeup Artist
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Re: Eyeshadow fallout

Unread postby Gem1986 » December 28th, 2014, 10:21 pm

You can also use a tissue to hold under the eye as you do the eye shadow, it catches most of the fallout, if you do see fallout, nd you've already done foundation, take a clean brush and sweep it away, and then apply a little bit more foundation to that area. Some eye shadows can do that sadly, if they're very powdery, what ones do you use?

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