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Try the Eyeshadows Wet or Dry For 2 Different Looks

Try the Eyeshadows Wet or Dry For 2 Different Looks

Applying eyeshadow powders wet or dry can yield different effects and intensities. Here's a breakdown of both techniques:

Applying Eyeshadow Dry:

  • Natural Look: Applying eyeshadow dry gives a softer, more natural look. The colour appears less intense and blends seamlessly with your skin.
  • Buildable Colour: You can build up the colour gradually by layering more eyeshadow.
  • Blending Ease: Dry eyeshadows are generally easier to blend, making them great for creating smooth transitions between shades.
  • Everyday Wear: Dry application is ideal for everyday makeup and subtle looks.
  • Matte Finish: Matte eyeshadows applied dry tend to have a satin or matte finish, which can be great for a casual look.

Applying Eyeshadow Wet:

  • Intense Colour: Applying eyeshadow wet results in more intense and vibrant colour payoff. The colours appear bolder and richer.
  • Metallic and Shimmer Finish: Wet application can bring out the metallic or shimmer particles in eyeshadows, giving a high-impact, foiled effect.
  • Longevity: Wet application can enhance the longevity of eyeshadow, preventing it from fading or creasing throughout the day.
  • Precise Application: Wet eyeshadow adheres more to the skin, making it ideal for precise and defined looks.
  • Special Occasions: Wet application is perfect for special occasions, photoshoots, or when you want a more dramatic eye look.

    Tips for Applying Eyeshadow Wet:

    • Choose the Right Shadow: Our eyeshadows are formulated to be used wet or Dry, while others may not work as well with moisture.
    • Use a liquid: Dip your Duo brush into a high-quality oil (i.e., radiance oil, rosehip or jojoba) water, then pick up the eyeshadow pigment. This helps intensify the colour and create a wet texture.
    • Pat, Don't Swipe: When applying wet eyeshadow, pat the colour onto your lid instead of swiping. This helps prevent fallout and ensures even application.
    • Start Gradually: If you're new to wet application, start with a little moisture and build up the intensity as needed.

    Ultimately, whether you choose to apply eyeshadow wet or dry depends on the look you're aiming for and the effect you want to achieve. Experimenting with both techniques can help you discover new ways to create various eye looks.

     

     

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