How to Prep Your Eyes: Avoid Eyeshadow Fall Out & More...

There are many techniques to avoid eyeshadow fall out and these are just some of them.

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How to Prep Your Eyes: Avoid Eyeshadow Fall Out & More...
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The first technique using a sticky tape.

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I love pink so here is my pink sticky. You only need one.

I love pink so here is my pink sticky. You only need one.

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1st, take your sticky then measure your eye. Then eyeball it and cut it.

1st, take your sticky then measure your eye. Then eyeball it and cut it.

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You need scissors to cut your sticky

You need scissors to cut your sticky

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Just enough to cover your fall out area. Stickies are easier to take out than tape and much more easier to move around for positioning. Then voilah, you are ready to apply your eyeshadow.

Just enough to cover your fall out area. Stickies are easier to take out than tape and much more easier to move around for positioning. Then voilah, you are ready to apply your eyeshadow.

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If you forgot to put your sticky or does not want to use a sticky, you can use a translucent powder and apply under your eyes liberally. Then use your fan brush.

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I used mineral veil by bare minerals

I used mineral veil by bare minerals

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Use a puffy brush to apply under your eye.

Use a puffy brush to apply under your eye.

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This is a fan brush.

This is a fan brush.

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If you forgot to prep before putting your eyeshadow, then you need a fan brush to brush the eyeshadow fall out. If it doesn't take  all of it, you need make up wipes.

If you forgot to prep before putting your eyeshadow, then you need a fan brush to brush the eyeshadow fall out. If it doesn't take all of it, you need make up wipes.

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Extra: tip for hard edge shadow look. Some people prefer a more define and straight edge and some don't really care. So here is both application.

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Just cut about 2 inches enough to cover your entire side of your eye.

Just cut about 2 inches enough to cover your entire side of your eye.

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This is how you apply the tape for a hard edge look or more define eyeshadow look. Obviously you would add the tape before you apply all your shadows. I already applied mine before I did the tape.

This is how you apply the tape for a hard edge look or more define eyeshadow look. Obviously you would add the tape before you apply all your shadows. I already applied mine before I did the tape.

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It would look like this. Define edge.

It would look like this. Define edge.

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This is an application without the tape. Free edge.

This is an application without the tape. Free edge.

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The lighting is bad but just look at the difference between a define edge vs free edge.

The lighting is bad but just look at the difference between a define edge vs free edge.

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Again, thanks for your time reading. And pls, if you have nothing nice to say keep it to yourself. The rest of you let me know how you avoid shadow fall out.

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