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Types of Eye shadows

Posted Nov 23 2012 7:59am


There are many things to do for eye makeup, for instance, you should apply eye shadows, eye liners, eye cream for your eyes, because eyes are the most sensitive skin of our body, we have pay more attention for them. but today, we are learning something about eye shadows. Firstly, let us learn the different types of eye shadows.

Frosted Eyeshadow
Frosted eyeshadow has an opaque finish with a white or silver sparkle. This kinds of eyeshow is popular among young women, because they brighten the eyes. If you have fine lines or wrinkles, frosted colors may not be right for you; they have a tendency to magnify them. Shimmer, matte, or satin eyeshadow are your better alternatives.

Powder Eyeshadow
It is one of the most common type of shadow used, powder shadow comes pressed in a pan or pallet and stays firm in the pan until a finger or brush is used to pick up some of the powder. There are a lot of brands of powder eyeshadows. If you have trouble with a powder shadow staying on, use an eyeshadow primer before applying.

Loose Powder Eyeshadow
Loose powder eyeshadows are shimmery or glittery, they are easy to apply and long lasting, they can also be used for subtle or intense color. They contain ingredients to help them adhere to the skin which can be ideal for oily skin types. They give a great look for a night out. You can also use an eyeshadow base to help your loose powder stay in place.

Mineral Eyeshadow
Mineral makeup is made up of minerals, instead of the chemicals and dyes that make up traditional eyeshadow. It is suitable for people with sensitive skin. Mineral eyeshadows are not all created equal. There is no set regulation on what is considered mineral makeup, so eyeshadows that claim to be mineral or all natural may have additional additives.

Matte Eyeshadow
If you want to wear a natural makeup, the matte eyeshadow is the best choose, it has a higher concentration of color and is an excellent choice for shaping and defining the eyes. Matte shades are the perfect day time eyeshadows as they can look softer and more natural than shimmery metallics. Two or more matte shades complement each other and can easily be blended together.

By knowing the different types of eye shadows, it may be easier for you to choose a suitable one for your. With so many makeup at home, why not use a jml cosmetic display to display and store them orderly. Or you can go to here to find more good display stands for your cosmetics.

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