Hey there, ladies! It’s time to talk about one of my favorite makeup products – cream eyeshadow.
Cream eyeshadow is a great option for women over 60 with dry skin, as it won’t settle into fine lines or emphasize any texture on your eyelids.
Plus, it’s easy to apply and gives you a natural-looking wash of color that lasts all day.
First things first, let’s talk about the different types of cream eyeshadow.
There are eyeshadow sticks, which are easy to apply and blend with your fingers, and there are eyeshadow pots, which can be applied with a brush or your fingers. Both options are great, but it really comes down to personal preference.
When it comes to applying cream eyeshadow, there are a few tips and tricks you can use to make sure it looks flawless. First, make sure your eyelids are clean and moisturized before applying any makeup. This will help the cream eyeshadow glide on smoothly and evenly.
Next, apply the cream eyeshadow in thin layers, building up the color as needed.
This will help prevent any creasing or smudging throughout the day.
And if you have textured skin on your eyelids, try using a small, fluffy brush to blend the edges of the eyeshadow. This will help create a seamless, natural-looking finish.
If you’re using an eyeshadow stick, apply the product directly to your eyelids and blend with your fingers. This will give you a natural-looking finish that’s easy to achieve. And if you’re using an eyeshadow pot, use a brush or your fingers to apply the product, then blend with a small, fluffy brush.
When it comes to choosing colors, stick with neutral shades that complement your skin tone. This will give you a natural-looking wash of color that enhances your eyes without looking too bold or overdone.
And if you want to add a little extra dimension, try using a slightly darker shade in the crease of your eyelid to create a subtle, natural-looking shadow.
Overall, cream eyeshadow is a great option for women over 60 with dry skin. It’s easy to apply, gives you a natural-looking wash of color, and won’t settle into fine lines or emphasize any texture on your eyelids.
So the next time you’re looking for a new eyeshadow look to try, give cream eyeshadow a chance – you might be surprised at how much you like it.