Applying multiple shades of eye shadow is something you can do at home. Apply multiple shades of eye shadow with help from a top makeup artist in this free video clip.
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Hi my name is Jennifer Bradley, celebrity makeup artist and founder of Jenniferbradley.com and this is my video on how to apply multiple eye shadow colors for blue eyes. The items that we're going to be using for this video are going to be this curved round brush, a flat brush and a smudge brush. We're also going to be using this pearly cream shadow, a smoky shadow, and a really pretty soft green shadow. The first thing we're going to do is we're going to use this flat brush and start with the pearly cream shadow. We're going to take the pearly cream shadow and apply it all over the lid, starting from the corner of the eye and working it over and also all the way to the brow. This is going to make a very open eye appearance. It's going to make your blue eyes look brighter and it will define your upper lid. We're going to use a round brush, pick up the green shadow and apply the green shadow to the crease of the eye and work it over really focusing on the crease. This is a color that starts out green but then it ends up emphasizing the blue in your eyes. It has a lot of gold in it. This will make your eyes look bigger, more blue. Use that brush to gently apply this color almost to the brow leaving some space for that highlighter color. Continue this on the other eye. Once you're finished with this color, we'll go on to the next step. Now we're going to use a smudge brush and a deep chocolate smoky color and use this color to create a line underneath your eyes. This is going to make your eyes look bigger, more defined and also more blue. You can also use the same exact color and the same brush to put a little bit of color right here in the crease of your eye to make your eyes look bigger. So now you have bigger more defined blue eyes. We're going to continue this on the other side. Using powder to create a line can be really nice. It's a little more subtle than an actual eyeliner, to me it's more natural. It's nice to have multiple ways to use an eye shadow but as you see this green shadow really made the blue in the eyes stand out and then this smoke color really made them look bigger and the must have item for this video would be the smudge brush. And this has been my video on how to apply multiple shades of eye shadow for blue eyes. This has been Jennifer Bradley and thank you for watching.