A few pro tips to take your makeup to the next level

Less is better

Apply shadows gradually so as not to overdo it with color and avoid smudges in shading. Once you've cast the eyeshadow, lightly pat the back of your hand with the brush, or simply shake it off to remove excess eyeshadow. Take your time, blend the shadows, gradually increasing the saturation, and get the most accurate eye makeup and flawless "smoke" .

Keep in order

Before applying glitter shadows, blend all matte shades in front of your eyes.Otherwise, the sparkles threaten to fall into the orbital line, where they should not be, because this is a zone of natural dimming. In addition, they can crumble under the eyes and take a lot of time to correct makeup. You can read about glitter makeup options here.

Arm yourself with a fluffy brush

If your smoky eye or classic nook still has crisp lines, consider using a natural fluffy brush. With its help, you can easily achieve a soft natural shading. With this “fluffy” you can walk along the eyelid without typing in the shadow and erase all the borders of the eye makeup like an eraser, or you can apply an intermediate color on the orbital line to blend the edge of the shadows applied to the moving eyelid.

Shade twice

If you use a product with color (cream eyeshadow, pencil, kayal, gel eyeliner, etc.) as a base under the shadow, be sure to blend this first layer before applying the shadow.If you leave a clear border of the colored substrate, the dry product will only fix it, and it will no longer be possible to “move” these stripes.