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How To Wear Pastel Eyeshadow like an Expert

The girl who is willing to experiment with makeup, explore new trends and try out different looks will always be one step ahead of the game. The latest eye color trend is pastel eyeshadows that are so subtle they can make you look like you’re still wearing your contacts. It’s a way to wear color without being too over-the-top for a day at work or class. Be sure to use light colors in the crease of your eyelid where it meets your brow bone, and then blend outward towards the rest of the lid.

How to wear pastel eyeshadow

If you’re looking for a way to wear pastel eyeshadow and not feel like your makeup doesn’t match the rest of your outfit, we have some tips that will help. We’ll be going through how to pick out which colors work best with your eye color, what shades should go on your eyelids and in the crease, and give you two different tutorials. One is as simple as blending three colors, while the other includes more steps but looks more professional. So whether you want something easy or something with a little more detail, we’ve got it covered.

light blue eyeshadow

Pastel eyeshadows are an easy way to get a significant impact with minimal effort. But, if you don’t know how to apply them correctly, the wrong decision can lead to unflattering results. You may think that it’s not worth your time and money investing in pastels for a single season when you already have every other shade of eye makeup in your collection, so what difference does it make? The truth is that pastel colors can be used all year round, and they’re also great for highlighting specific features on just one eye (i.e., green eyes) or changing the mood of a look by adding blue shadows into brown hues (i.e., hazel eyes).

Tips for applying pastel eyeshadow

Pastel eyeshadow is a great way to add some color to your look without being overbearing. But it can be tough to figure out which colors work together on different skin tones.

Bright, bold colors may be everyone’s go-to eye shadow look, but if you’re looking for something more subtle and feminine, pastels are the way to go. To create a pastel look that is perfect for any occasion, from an office meeting to a date night with your significant other, here are three steps to follow:

  1. Prep your eyelids by applying primer and then concealer;
  2. Apply light blue eyeshadow all over the lids up to the crease of your eyelid;
  3. Use a matte pink eyeshadow in just the inner corners of your eyes.

What are the benefits of using pastel eyeshadows? They can be used to achieve a variety of different looks. For example, if you want to look more natural but still want some color on your lid, then use a light matte shade in the crease and blend it out with a fluffy brush. On the other hand, if you’re going for an evening smokey eye, try layering soft shades of pink or peach over black shadow, and apply eyeliner as normal! Pastels also work great as highlighters. To create this effect, take any highlighting powder (mine is by Laura Mercier) and dust it over your cheekbones or even under your brow bone for that extra pop.