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What kind of eyeshadow should I buy if I'm going for a "natural" look?

What kind of eyeshadow should I buy if I'm going for a "natural" look? Topic: Makeup case set
June 15, 2019 / By Echo
Question: I just bought my first makeup set today ($60 worth! DX), but I'm a little uncertain about the eyeshadow. I haven't opened it yet, so I can still return it, though I really like the colors and don't know yet if I want to take it back (it's Covergirl Exact Eyelights for blue eyes, number 710, in case you were curious). I want to go for a natural, barely madeup look, which I got with my other makeup, but I wasn't sure about the eye makeup. I have blue eyes, bordering on grey, and really, super pale skin (I'm a redhead. lol) What colors would you recommend to give my eyes a natural, but still interesting, look? I know the consensus will probably be "use neutrals", but can you be more specific? What qualifies as a neutral? What brand would you recommend? And how would be the best way to apply it? I'm sort of a beginner at this whole makeup thing, so simplicity will be the most helpful for me.
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Chanelle Chanelle | 10 days ago
Well generally neutral is brown, grey, beige, etc. I don't know about the Covergirl eyeshadows, but I think that a cool toned brown (Like this http://www.makeupgeek.com/wp-content/upl... ) on the lid with a navy color on the outer corner and a little in the crease (the hollow part of your eye). Don't apply too much, and blend well. It should be subtle, with just a pop of color. MAC eyeshadows are my favorites, but they're expensive ($14 or $11 a piece) so for you I would recommend the L'Oreal Hip Duos. http://www.ulta.com/ulta/browse/productD... (There's also metallic, matte, and sparkle ones) Buy a few of them and play with the colors.
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Chanelle Originally Answered: What kind of eyeshadow should I buy if I'm going for a "natural" look?
Well generally neutral is brown, grey, beige, etc. I don't know about the Covergirl eyeshadows, but I think that a cool toned brown (Like this http://www.makeupgeek.com/wp-content/upl... ) on the lid with a navy color on the outer corner and a little in the crease (the hollow part of your eye). Don't apply too much, and blend well. It should be subtle, with just a pop of color. MAC eyeshadows are my favorites, but they're expensive ($14 or $11 a piece) so for you I would recommend the L'Oreal Hip Duos. http://www.ulta.com/ulta/browse/productD... (There's also metallic, matte, and sparkle ones) Buy a few of them and play with the colors.
Chanelle Originally Answered: What kind of eyeshadow should I buy if I'm going for a "natural" look?
White! universal white eyeshadow will look dewy and sparkling, and not a chalky white in any respect on your dermis. end it with a effective pencil liner, and purely minimum mascara. you will get a very youthful and organic look. you will get it at any drugstore, i've got self belief moist n Wild makes it too, and that they are very low-priced. good success!

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White! universal white eyeshadow will look dewy and sparkling, and not a chalky white in any respect on your dermis. end it with a effective pencil liner, and purely minimum mascara. you will get a very youthful and organic look. you will get it at any drugstore, i've got self belief moist n Wild makes it too, and that they are very low-priced. good success!
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Anora Originally Answered: What kind of bug is this?
I think it may have been a tick or something. When you clean your room, just wear gloves, carry bug spray, and wear tight clothes. Ha ha. But it is good that you are going to clean your room because more bugs could breed there. Yuck! Oh! I just did some more research on this question, and the bug you saw is very likely a bug called a "silverfish" or a "house centipede." Siverfish eat and are attracted to paper and clothes. They can be found in garages, closets, under beds, couches, keyboards, and perferably darker places. Here's a very good website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silverfish Here's a pic: http://home.messiah.edu/~weiand/bugs/pic... A house centipede may be what you saw also. It is really creepy and has 15 legs!! They actually eat silverfish and they can be found in bedrooms. Here's a website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scutigera_c... Here's a pic: http://www.richard-seaman.com/Wallpaper/Nature/Horrors/HouseCentipede.jpg Ewww, they're really creepy!!
Anora Originally Answered: What kind of bug is this?
Your room has lots of papers. Then, it might be a silverfish. They're attracted to paper and they eat paper. They also have lots of legs. http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/im...

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