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OMBRE EYESHADOW... IT'S EASIER THAN YOU'D THINK

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Marble Eye Shadow, How to do ombre eye shadow, Makeup Forever Artist Shadow Review

Happy Monday Snoopers! Ever look at those amazing eyeshadow pics on Pinterest and think... 'I could never do that!' ? I've said that myself a time or two. And while I'll always be a student of makeup and continue learning more tricks- I have already learned that experimenting leads to break throughs and that mastering tricky makeup looks only comes from trying and failing a few times first.

So in an attempt to break out of my neutral toned-rut, I started working on some bolder eyeshadow looks that will be perfect for Fall and the holidays. Make Up For Ever sent me some of their new Artist Shadows recently and they have been so much fun to use in my quest for an easy-to-do, yet still glamorous shadow routine. They are beautifully pigmented, and the coolest hybrid of a powder and gel.

I'm calling this look Ombre Eyes, because I love how the tones swirl and fade from one to the next. Anyone can do it too, I promise it's much easier than you might think. Take a look at the video below for my take on this beautiful trend, and pretty soon it'll be your gorgeous eyes that are pinned all over the interwebs!



There are over 200 shades of Artist Shadows and you can mix and match them however you want in their custom palettes of two or three. They are give huge color payoff and blend like nothing I have ever tried before. Here are the colors and brushes I used to create this look:

Pearl Beige
Orchid
Night Blue
Peacock Blue

Fluffy Shadow Brush (all over wash)
Flat Shader Brush (crease)
Round Blending Brush
Concealer Brush
Flat Shader Brush (eye liner)
Pencil Smudger Brush

Let me know if you are going to try this fun Ombre look for yourself this Fall. xo

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