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What To Look Glitter Makeup Palette Before Buy?

December 06, 2022

If you are heading to a big fun party and don’t fancy forking out a big amount for a new outfit, one easy way to set up your look is to go bold with your makeup. In 2022, the glitter makeup palette came back into vogue in a big way and glitter eyeshadow is the best way to incorporate this style into your look. Here are the things to keep in mind before buying a glitter makeup palette:


Formula

If you have ever owned a glitter makeup palette, you know that not all are created equally. The wrong palette will have your full face covered in glitter and that is definitely a bad situation. Glitter with a silkier and more satin finish that glides on the eye is generally the most optimal when it comes to pigment and payout with the lowest danger of fallout.


Complementing colors

While there is definitely wiggle room when working with glitter shades, finding colors that compliment your eyes is forever a plus. For blue eyes, reach for earthy tones. Neutral, green eyes, and for brown eyes, lucky you, you can pull off just about any color.


Shade range

If you are a glitter makeup palette queen and have the capability to purchase in multiples, finding color-specific palettes may be your best thing. But if you are looking for one master-shimmer palette, go for something with a range. The bigger the range, the more bang for your buck. You never know when you will be in the mood for something different.


What color goes where?

The biggest query that arises when trying to figure out how to use eyeshadow palettes is which color goes where? Fret not! Scroll down to let this guide you.

 

Where to apply light colors?

The lighter shades work as little spotlights on your eyes. Serving a similar effect as a highlighter, the light colors of your eyeshadow palette are best to apply on the inner sides of your eyes and on the brow bone. Applying it in these areas reflects max lights and includes depth to your eyes.


Where to apply dark colors?

 The darker shades in your glitter makeup palette are the definers. You can either use the dark shade to create a V at the end of your eyes or dab some into your crease to contour them. Bear in mind, to blend it in truly well to create a perfect smokey eye.


Where to apply medium colors?

Medium hues are neutral – they are remarkable for building up your look. You can either wear them solo or pair them together to create a dramatic, intense effect. Apply the matte medium shades in the crease of your eyes and use a tapered brush to combine it in. if your medium hue has a little glitter or shimmer, apply a little to the center of your eyelid and combine it both ways.


FAQs

What is an excellent way to blend glitter shadow?

While it is generally advised you blend matte shades with a brush – with glitter, the best tool is free: your fingers. Dotting and dabbing glitter shadows and pressing them onto the lid will pack the most punch. If you are looking for an extra subtle look, stick to your brush routine.


Can I use a loose glitter palette for eyeshadow?

Technically, yes. Anyway, you never want to put anything on the eye without making sure it is deemed safe. Many palettes provide loose glitters, and using an eye primer or sticky base will permit you to apply a loose glitter shadow successfully.


What is the point of eyeshadow?

Eyeshadow can include dimension and depth to the eyes and help replace look or even shape. It can compliment your eye color and make it pop, and definitely, can just draw focus to your eyes.


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