Eye Shadow Hacks That Will Save You Time and Money

Eye Shadow Hacks That Will Save You Time and Money
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Eye shadow is one of the most important parts of your make-up routine, but it can also be a pain to apply. You might have noticed that some eye shadows are more pigmented than others, or that certain shades go on smoother with less fallout. The thing is, there are tricks you can use to amp up your eye shadow game. By using these hacks, I was able to achieve better results in less timeā€”and they’ll help you save money while doing so!

Use Translucent Setting Powder as an Eyeshadow Primer

If you’re in a rush, or if you just want to get home from work as quickly as possible (we’ve all been there), it can be tempting to skip the eyeshadow primer step altogether. However, this is not a good idea. If you don’t use an eyeshadow primer before applying your eye shadow and then set it with translucent powder afterward, your makeup will not last very long at all. The reason for this is simple: when applied directly onto bare skin or over foundation, pressed powder can absorb oil from the skin that causes creasing in both lipsticks and other types of makeup products like mascara or eye shadow. To prevent this issue from happening in the future and save yourself time so that you can spend more time doing what really matters–watching Netflix on Friday nights–try using translucent setting powder instead!

Dip Your Eyeshadow Brush in Water to Create a Creamier Base

For a creamier base, dip your brush in water and swirl it around in a small mixing cup. Then, apply the wet eyeshadow to your lid and blend with another brush or finger. This will give you a pigmented color without having to use as much product!

Use a Small Mixing Dish for Wet-to-Dry Color Blending

You can also use a smaller mixing dish for the same effect. Dip your sponge, brush or finger into the wet color and then tap off any excess product before applying it to your lid. You can even use a small makeup wedge if you have one lying around!

Avoid the Focus Area When Applying Eyeshadow

When applying eye shadow, you want to avoid two things: the area around your lash line and the center of your eyelid. Both of these places are much too close to being directly under someone’s nose–and nobody wants their makeup looking like it was applied in a rush. Instead, apply a small amount of shadow at the outer corner of each eye and then blend it into the center (or wherever else you’d like). This will give you a natural look that won’t draw attention away from other parts of your face or body!

Make Your Own Eyeshadow Palette with Small Bags and Foam Board

If you’re looking for a way to organize your eye shadows, try using small bags. A simple Ziploc bag will work just fine. You can label them with a Sharpie or use different colored bags so they stand out in your collection.

Another option is foam board–it’s less expensive than buying actual palettes and it allows you to create dividers within each section of the palette by cutting out pieces of foam board that fit perfectly inside each compartment. Once all of your makeup has been placed into its respective compartments, attach them with a glue stick on top of one another until they are flush against each other and no gaps exist between them (this step may take some time).

You can save money and time by using hacks that help you apply eye shadow.

Eye shadow is one of the most important parts of any makeup look. It gives definition to your eyes and makes them stand out from the rest of your face, which is why it’s so important that you get it right when applying eye shadow. However, many people find that they don’t have enough time in their daily schedule to spend hours on their makeup routine or they simply don’t know how best to apply their products effectively without wasting any product at all (and not only does this waste money but also causes frustration). Fortunately for these individuals there are several simple tricks that can help them achieve their desired results without having too much trouble along the way!

Conclusion

I hope these hacks have helped you to save time and money on your eye shadow. They are easy to do and can be used in many different ways. I personally like using the translucent setting powder as an eyeshadow primer because it makes my eyes look more vibrant and beautiful. The best part is that all of these hacks only take a few minutes, so there’s no reason not try them out today!

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