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Rock The Dual Tone Eyeshadow Look

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Among the various rising beauty trends like Rainbow highlighter, Glitter hair and Glossy lids, we have one that has held its own and shows no signs of dying down.

The two toned eye look comprises of selecting any two colours of your choice (complimentary or contrasting) and blending them in at the meeting point to create a flashy yet creative eye look.

The requirements for this look are:
  • Flat eyeshadow brush
  • Blending brush
  • Two colours of eyeshadow (not over-contrasting)
  • Eyeliner
  • Mascara
  • Kohl eyeliner
Dual Eyeshadow Look1. Lay down the foundation
Start off with some foundation on your eyes to neutralise any colour difference and inconsistencies. Wait for the foundation if liquid, to dry completely.

2. Get shady
Pick any two shades of your choice. Remember not to pick over-contrasting shades. Complimentary colours or hues of the same colours work best.

The best subtle combinations would be-

  • Pink and purple
  • Light blue and electric blue
  • Beige and brown
  • Brown and black
  • Silver and black
  • Gold and brown
  • Red and maroon
The list goes on and these colours are classic combinations.

There are some unconventional yet gorgeous combinations such as-

  • Blue and gold
  • Yellow and red
  • Green and blue
  • Pink and blue
  • Gold and purple
3. Flat brushes on deck
Once you’re done with the selection, Start by applying one of the shades (preferably the light one) with a flat brush to the inside of your eyelid starting from your tear duct all the way to the centre of your lid.

4. Always back for seconds
Next, grab hold of your second shade and apply from the centre till the corner of your eye.
Remember to use a round blending brush to blend out the second shade a little above the crease of the eye.

5. Blend some more
Use your blending brush to blend both the colours together in the centre so that they merge and your eye looks balanced and doesn’t have harsh lines between the two colours.

6. High-lights, camera, action
Apply your highlighter right near your tear duct to give a dimension and glow to your eye look. You can also highlight your brow bone because why not?

7. I spy with my cat-eye
To complete your look grab some shimmery or glossy finish black eyeliner and end it with a wing for a dramatic yet gorgeous look

8. Lash but not the least
Apply mascara on your lashes to complete your look and don’t stop taking pictures after that.


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You have just managed to recreate a classy yet trendy look.

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