Two Ways Tutorial Using Revlon Creme Shadow

Many of you enjoyed one of my recent post on HIT or MISS? Revlon Illuminance Creme Shadow. I have created a easy step by step tutorial showing two ways of using this shadow set. 

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  1. Apply the lightest shade all over lid as well as brow bone to serve as a highlight/base

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2. Pat on and blend with finger the rose gold shade all over lid.

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3. Pat on the darkest shade on the outer corner then lightly blend with finger.

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4. Use a Dense crease brush to help blend into crease for more definition.

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In 4 easy steps we have just created a effortless makeup look.

Now, if you have more oily eyelids I suggest you set with eyeshadow. While setting with eyeshadow we can easily create a more dramatic look.

Smokey Bronzed (Part II):

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  1. Taking a mixture of rose gold and gold shimmery eyeshadow with a flat shader brush, Pat on lid area where the creme rose gold was placed. Having eyeshadow bases also brings out the pigmentation of eyeshadow.

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2. Take a deep brown or add a pop of color and dimension using a burgundy shade throughout the crease and blend with a fluffy blending brush.

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Here is the finished look! This can be worn with all creme shadow or add two extra steps for a little bit more color and dimension. This look only takes maybe 3 or 5 minutes, super easy!

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6 comments

  1. both of these looks are beautiful!! you’re super pretty too 🙂
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