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Any place to find a how-to eye shadow illustration?

Posted by suelahoo (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 30, 06 at 14:52

Where can I find an easy illustration to show exactly how to use eye shadow trios?

I need something for 50+ aging, hooded eyes (sheesh, that sounds depressing! ☺)

Maybe something on the internet?

Thank you☺

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RE: Any place to find a how-to eye shadow illustration?

That us something I would like to know also Sue.I have never learned how to use trio shadows. I ordered a free sample of minerals makeup Friday from Everyday Minerals. Now im wondering if I cant even apply trio shadows ,what am I doing ordering mineral makeup ? Big sigh.

RE: Any place to find a how-to eye shadow illustration?

Don't give up, Dejavue!
Where there's a will, there's a way.

I've been doing a lot of Googling lately but I wish I could find an imformative little booklet or chart or something.

One thing I'm learning for sure and that is to use a brush.
I always tried to use those terrible little sponges, and when that got too frustrating, I started using my finger.
Even with what little I know, I'm finding that the brushes make all the diff in the world.

I'm like a pre-teen kid, eagerly experimenting each day with my shadow trios. Some days I show up at work looking almost decent And some days, well ahem...

Anyway, if I find something really good, I'll be sure to share with you.

RE: Any place to find a how-to eye shadow illustration?

Go to She has a lot of tips for make-up applications.

Here is a link that might be useful: Paula's Choice

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