How to use loose eyeshadows

How To Use Loose Eyeshadows In 5 Different Ways

Who knew loose eyeshadows can have many uses? I certainly did not realize the many ways to use it until I stumble upon these tips! Stick around to discover how you can maximize the different ways you can use your loose eyeshadows with these handy tips.

How To Use Loose Eyeshadows In 5 Different Ways

1. Mix it with your lip gloss

Create your own lip color by mixing those loose pigments with a clear lip gloss.

2. Create a metallic finish by mixing the pigment with water

Apply the paste-like mixture on your eye lids to bring out the pigment to a whole other textural level.

3. Apply as eyeliner

With a liner brush or a sealer, achieve that winged eyes with your loose pigments.

4. For highlighting

Sun-kissed and flesh-toned pigments are perfect as highlighters above your cheekbones. You will surely have that natural glow.

5. Create a custom nail polish

Dab some loose eyeshadows all over nails then apply clear top coat. Control the intensity of the color by playing with the ration of polish to pigment.

I actually tried tip #5 last night, and lookie!

How To Use Loose Eyeshadows In 5 Different Ways

It actually worked! AMAZING! I used Virginia Olsen loose eyeshadow in Chameleon (which I swatched *here*). I actually thought it will wash off after running it down with water, but apparently the top coat really sealed it in. TRY IT GIRLS! Additional β€œnail polish” color din yan! πŸ˜›

Virginia Olsen eyeshadows are available at and for only Php 150 each.

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