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1.Buff Snowflake Eyecolor onto brow bone with the Crease Defining Brush for a touch of highlight. 2. Blend Skyline Eyecolor into the outer crease with the Crease Defining Brush. 3. Press Wildflower Eyecolor onto eyelid using the Wet/Dry Shadow Brush. 4. Define eyes by applying Big & Bright Eyeliner in Charcoal to upper and lower lash lines. Bonus Tip: COLOR RUSH: Dust Snowflake Eyecolor in the inner corner of the eye with the Heavenly Liner Blending Brush for extra brightness.

A set by step brow routine by @elymarino using Dipbrow. Thank you gorgeous love this 1.Start by taking the spoolie side of the double sided brush #12 and comb through the brow hairs 2.Taking Dipbrow in "Ebony" with the same brush, line the bottom of the brow following your own natural shape! 3.For a more defined brow, line the top of the brow 4.Fill in the empty space with light strokes and in the direction of the hair! Stop about three quarters of the way in 5.With what is left on the…

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A bold eyebrow isn’t only on trend, it automatically helps you look more pulled together – and it’s easy to do! STEP 1: Brush eyebrow hair upwards with an eyebrow brush or spoolie. STEP 2: Use a brow powder or pencil to define the lines. STEP 3: Add depth and fill in gaps with light upward strokes for a natural look – never drag back and forth. STEP 4: Add a touch of highlighter or concealer right beneath the brow bone for an open-eyed look. #beauty

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1. Buff Princess Eyecolor from lash line to brow bone with the Crease Defining Brush. 2. Blend Black Pearl Eyecolor into the full crease with the Crease Defining Brush. 3. Press Moss Eyecolor onto the eyelid using the Wet/Dry Shadow Brush. Define eyes by applying Big & Bright Eyeliner in Charcoal to upper and lower lash lines. Tip: Create a smoky effect by using the Heavenly Liner Blending Brush to frame lower lash line with Moss Eyecolor.

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1. Sweep City Lights Eyecolor onto brow bone with the Crease Defining Brush for a touch of highlight. 2. Buff Angel Eyecolor into the full crease with the Crease Defining Brush. 3. Blend Queen Phyllis Eyecolor onto the eyelid using the Wet/Dry Shadow Brush. 4. Frame eyes by applying Big & Bright Eyeliner in Intense Black to the upper and lower lash lines. Tip: Try Foiling Queen Phyllis Eyecolor (apply Eyecolor wet with a dampened brush) onto the Eyelid for a high-shine effect.

Real Techniques Starter Set 1406

Starter Set (For Eyes): Base Shadow Brush - application of base shadow. Deluxe Crease Brush - contouring eyeshadow. Accent Brush - detailing, spotlighting, highlighting and smudging. Fine Liner Brush - application of liquid or cream eyeshadow. Brow Brush - defines brows.

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Jasmine Bravo @bravobeauty9 Instagram photo

This is perfect advice 🌹😉👌🏻 I usually do it like the pic but yay now I know how to actually contour thanks to this pic . Hope it helps one of you out 😁

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thick products with defined brush stroke texture, anologous colour scheme Cest la vie - Camille - Still Life

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1. Sweep Soul Eyecolor onto brow bone with the Wet/Dry Shadow Brush. 2. Buff Pussycat Eyecolor into the outer crease with the Crease Defining Brush. 3. Dust Oasis Eyecolor onto the eyelid with the Wet/Dry Shadow Brush. 4. Line upper and lower lashes with Big & Bright Eyeliner in Espresso and lightly smudge out liner. Tip: Try Foiling Oasis Eyecolor (apply Eyecolor wet with a dampened brush) onto the Eyelid with the Wet/Dry Shadow Brush for a high-shine effect.

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