Watercolor eyeshadow is one of the biggest trends of Spring 2020, and here’s how to pull it off!

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Watercolor eyeshadow is one of Spring 2020’s hottest trends.
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I’m loving these Spring trends! Lots of color, bold looks and gorgeous shades. Watercolor eyeshadows is one of the hottest new trends, and I’m going to show you how to create this beautiful look!

First, to get started, you need an extremely colorful palette. The more colors, the better. You’re going to want to concentrate on blues, purples and yellows. However, if you have colors you like better, then by all means, go with those! The main objective is to choose complimentary shades, which is why it’s a good idea to choose shades from one palette. This is because palettes are curated with color theory in mind, so the shades all work together and can be worn next to each other without clashing or looking odd.

Some of my favorites for pulling this look off are Makeup Revolution Alexis Stone the Instinct Palette,  L.A. Girl Eyeshadow Palette in Wanderlust, Makeup Revolution Forever Flawless Constellation Palette, and Makeup Revolution Reloaded Deep Dive.

Ideally, you would want to use matte shades for this look, but you can most definitely add some shimmery tones in there as well.

Before you apply any eyeshadow, you’ll want to use a good eye primer. This will create a mini canvas for your look. It also makes the colors pop more vibrantly, as well as last longer. Some primers I love are Urban Decay’s Honey Eyeshadow Primer Potion, Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion, MUA Professional Eye Primer in Nude, and Milani Eyeshadow Primer in Nude.   

You’ll also need a good set of eyeshadow brushes. MUA’s Eyeshadow Contour Brush and this Makeup Revolution Eyeshadow Blending Brush are two great tools to have in your collection.

Finally, when you’re primed and ready to go, you want to dab your colors on your lids. Don’t worry about being delicate. Makeup Artist Raisa Flowers pulls this look off by applying the colors with force. “I took every color and pushed it into the skin to make the color show up, because the lighter you go, the more time it’s going to take for you to build that color,” Flowers stated (Allure.com interview ).

You don’t have to blend the colors; it’s better to have them stacked next to one another. This is a look where literally anything goes. Just be sure that your lids mirror each other, otherwise it looks more like a Jackson Pollock painting than an artiful, wispy watercolor piece.

Be sure to visit Just4Girls.pk for more eyeshadow palettes, primers and other Spring 2020 trend items!

Article reference: https://www.allure.com/gallery/new-spring-summer-makeup-trends

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