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BASIC EYESHADOW TUTORIAL FOR BEGINNERS | Step By Step + Tips

May 04, 2020
welcome back to my channel. I'm back with another video. Hello Love. What's happening? It should logically go here because with another video in today's video. apply

eyeshadow

correctly how do you know how to blend correctly into that kind of thing so yeah i have my ponytails rocking in my ponytails in this video if you are a beginner and interested in learning how to do

eyeshadow

then you have come to the right place that has come to the right video if you're not subscribed to my channel then what are you doing? you're literally sitting here looking at me.
basic eyeshadow tutorial for beginners step by step tips
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on how to do eyeshadow and you're not going to subscribe you're not going to subscribe what you're doing girl whatever you're doing stop pause this video and go hit that subscribe button right there it's very simple and it helps me help you too give this video a thumbs up too because y'all already know this video about to be fired ya know see the end result in this eye look here and it's fire so now you're going to learn how to achieve this look and if you want to sit there and do it with me then that's a bonus right? there so go ahead give me a thumbs up for my effort on this video ok that's enough Rush takes you straight to this video as you can see I went ahead and did this off camera and pretty much just created this . nice reddish brown shade I and it's very simple it looks very nice very nice and blended so this is kind of like an easy I for me so I'm going to show you how I got this result here and yeah first thing first thing What you should do is prep your eyelids before you start doing any eyeshadow and perm your eyelids. it's any warm color honey i usually like to use concealers instead i like real eyeshadow bases just because i feel the concealer gives it a better look and more pigment so then you just want to go in with a fluffy blending brush and you just want to lightly dab the concealer on your eyelids, just dab it very, very lightly. and blending the concealer helped take some of that darkness off, it pretty much created a clear canvas for me to apply my eyeshadows on.
basic eyeshadow tutorial for beginners step by step tips

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Step 1 is out of the way and now we're going to

step

2 so I know some people like it. to set your lids with a setting powder before I go in with the eyeshadow but I don't like to do that because I find when I powder over my concealer and then apply my eyeshadow pigments that you know it takes the pigmentation out of the color of the eyeshadow because you're applying powder on top of the powder so if you apply a wispy powder underneath and then apply a color like say a cup of orange powder on top it's going to look a little wispy so I don't want that for That's why I don't powder on top of my concealer so now I want

step

2 which is your actual eyeshadow so to start with the eyeshadow you want to go in with a transition color , so the transition shade we're going to use I'm using today and this is the morphe 35o 2 palette.
basic eyeshadow tutorial for beginners step by step tips
I'm going to go in with this shade here and it's in the color sculpt so transition transition shades I can't speak to, so the transition tones are important before because when you apply the eyeshadow you start from the top down so you start from the top under the brow to the lid space so you know if you want your eyeshadow to be pink or red you can't just tuck it in a pink and red eyeshadow you literally have to work your way through because there are levels to this literally levels the transition shade is pretty much the shade that blends all the colors together the color that creates a gradient effect for the rest of the eyeshadow colors so getting into that scope of color and the best brush to apply yourself The transition shade r is a fluffy blending brush, which is this one right here.
basic eyeshadow tutorial for beginners step by step tips
I got it from morphe this is a brush from morphe and it came in one of their sets so I really like this brush because it's so thick and fluffy and it transfers the product onto my eyes with no problem when you use your brush to apply your eyeshadow eyes you can hold it at the other end so you don't put too much pressure when you're applying or you can hold it halfway so the difference is when you hold your brush halfway you have more what's the word? you have more control over the brush and you know how much product you're pushing into your eye to the back here when you hold it here you I'm applying it very lightly whether you like it or not because holding it here gives you less control.
I hold my brush a bit in the middle and I like to do very light strokes from one side to the other and just below the brow. you want to blend back and forth just blend back and forth and also in circular motions because it creates a more even blend we have that shade now you can go ahead and dip into your next color color here and this is called vibrant it's more like a brick so we're just going to take that shade and this is another smudge brush but this brush is a little bit straighter watch out it's going to go into your crease so my crease is up here and I want this color to show come on to apply this color a little above our crease area and once again do very light strokes back and forth and you want to bring this color as close as possible here you just want to make sure you know you're covering all your areas and i don't have a blank space here no eye shadow because no that's not pretty you just want to go back and forth mixing moves you're almost there we're almost done if you're feeling down if you're into this. point and you feel discouraged and you know you feel like your eyeshadow doesn't come out the way you want don't worry you can always start over and you can always keep practicing because this is a process and you will only get better if you keep practicing just because I feel like is our transition the shape was covered up a bit which tends to happen when applying eyeshadow on top of eyeshadow.
Let's go back to the transition shadow. Remember to remove the excess eyeshadow because you don't want to just pick at the eyeshadow. you always want to remove the excess and we're going to go over the top a little bit next this is the part that creates the dimension of the smokey and you know it actually gives your eyes color and dimension and depth this right shade of brown right here called framing we're going to dip our flat brush here i'm using a flat brush and i like to use this brush because it picks up a lot of product at one time and it's also a really good brush to get into your outer corner and crease area because it just sits there , so it's very small and precise, but still collects a lot of product so you can get the look you're looking for for this color. look I just got a little bit of rain that's why it's important to get the excess off your brush because you don't want you to know if you paint your face first you don't want the eyeshadow falling all over your face and stuff not only do you ruin the whole your face so you want to remove the excess and then go ahead and pat the outer corner of your eye and you also want to take a little bit of this color in your crease right here you just want to use tapping motions and continue to stack and build the shadow until that you get the desired smokiness that you want so what I'm doing I'm just patting the outer corner and working my crease like that what brings your look together is to make sure all your colors blend properly and by just like you want to go in with a smudge brush you clean a brush with nothing or product by moving this brush back and forth this easily blends all the colors at once so we're just going to go in with e this brush and draw my brow up and just make sure you blend very light strokes back and forth because you don't want to put pressure on your eye and then find out that you're literally taking the color out of your eye, which is what you don't want to do so you just want to go in a circular motion and back and forth motion making sure there are no harsh lines and all the colors blend easily so now you pretty much have your outer corner and your transition shades all there and all nice and looking alright, we'll go ahead and find our crease color.
This is the color bear and the canvas brush I'm using is a flat brush. I like to use this brush because it literally goes right into your crease. You can cut your crease. outside with this you can carve it. You can peck at the colors and you know that it is very precise and small at the same time. I'm just going to carve my crease with the shadow but using tapping motions so I'm just tapping and carving at the same time and you just want to keep shading over the area that you're shading on top of the shadow and you want to make sure that that the shade you are applying now is just as pigmented as the rest, so you don't want to see any red. skipping through any brown poppy 3 you'll literally just want to see this color we'll just use the excess which is just a brush and we'll literally do like this just to blend the very light tan just to blend the tan and that harsh line which is literally so as you can see they literally just did their eyeshadow they literally just did a cut crease so for my

beginners

i know winged liner isn't everyone's favorite it's hard to do but one other tip if you are a beginner and starting with eyeshadow i suggest you use masking tape and tape it on the outer corner like here before you start on your eyeshadow because you know you don't have to worry about your eyeshadow go crazy without it and if you wanted to you could literally draw a wing and the duct tape that's there will make the wing for you so it's not much you know you don't have to worry about messing anything up like this but for the sake of this video I'm not going to do a winged liner even though I feel like it will be really cute with this look right here um yeah so I'm just going to put on the lashes and if you want to see a detailed

tutorial

on how on how to apply lashes for

beginners

so let me know in the comment section below.
I have a lot of videos that you know in mind for my beginners because I know that not everyone is advanced in doing makeup doing face makeup knowing where to put the outline correctly they already know things like that so yeah if you are interested in that beginner eyelash

tutorial

and um you know like more beginner tutorials for my beginners just let me know in the comments below and also give this video a thumbs up so I know it's ok so um yeah now I'm just going to go ahead and put on the lashes. I have the lashes on but we're not done with the eyes yet guys so to complete this look I'm going to go ahead and apply the eyeliner so just black eyeliner and apply. this on your waterline I'm not a pro at doing it on camera yet but let's try eyeliner just one and the next part here literally completes the whole look to create that smoky under eye we're literally just going to use. the colors we used on our eyes on our bottom lash on our second color we used which was this color here I'm using a pencil brush so you can see the top is literally very pointy and it just makes a better tool to use for blending there without having to get eve where i'm going to go in with that brown we used on the same brush and i literally just stop in the middle and you know her face isn't complete her eyes aren't complete until she applies mascara to her lower lashes, So I'm going to go ahead and go in with Maybelline's Colossal Big Shot.
I'd like to say that upside down is Big Shot colossal. Try this on my bottom lashes. me because i can't and the face is so ugly but it's literally the only way i know how to do it lower lashes just add more to the more dramatic look miss moore just like yeah ok love so that completes the video of today I hope guys enjoy if you did then you know what to do give this video a thumbs up for your girl please subscribe to my channel if you haven't already so what y'all doing and go ahead and subscribe to my channel also comment below let me know what you think about this video and my beginner eyeshadow tutorial let me know because I love comments and yes I will see you in my next video bye

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