How to Do Multicolored Eye Shadow

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The secret to doing multicolored eye shadow rests within a few key areas of your preparation process. Find out how to do multicolored eye shadow with help from a freelance makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, everyone. My name is Joi, freelance makeup artist, and today I want to show you all how to do multicolored eye shadow. So I have my eye shadow brush and my shadow blending brush and the thing with multicolored eye shadow looks is you want to make sure that you blend very well in between the colors by blending, I just mean that you want to make sure that there's not an obvious line between the two colors. So I'm going to use my blending brush for that. What I'm going to do today is I'm going to just add a color here on the outside and then I'm also going to add a third color up on the brow. She's already got a little bit of a champagne color so that is color number one. So I'm just going to take a bit of a sort of like a bronzy color and add that to the edge, patting it in and then I'm going to blend between the two colors with my fluffy blending brush and just dabbing and then I'm sweeping the darker color over towards the lighter color and then softening the line at the top. Okay, and you can always layer, it's easier to layer than it is to remove if you put too much, so I'm just going to add just a bit more here, okay, and again blending, and then to finish off the multicolored look, I'm going to highlight the brow bone just a bit with a lighter color. And there's not necessarily any prescribed number of colors that you are able to use and if you want to take it a bit further you can actually do a bit of a shimmery color in towards the inner corner of the eye but for now we're just going to highlight the brow bone a bit and there we have our multicolored eye shadow look. So go out and have fun with this you all and thank you for watching. Again, my name is Joi.


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