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"when I was selecting these four colours for this eye look, I went for a sophisticated look. I used Shiro White as a base colour to neutralize the color of my eyelid, I used Hinoki beige as a blending colour to give warmths and softness into the look. The Awayuki white on the centre of eyelids to give it a pop of brightness and draw attention to my eyes. In my crease, I used the Tohki Khaki, to adds the sophisticate and lustrous. Also, I used it on my waterline, to create the illusion of a big eyes."


I recently graduated from Beauty school this summer, as a certified Makeup Artist, I love playing around with different eyeshadow colours. I have to say I am not the most photogenetic person when it comes to selfie and face shots, I am pretty awkward on camera, haha this is why I don't think I will ever be able to be on youtube. The color selection in this collection, definitely contains a lot shimmer and sparkles, but this is what gives a pop of color and texture when it comes to eye makeup, I would definitely recommend you using a damp brush when you want to apply these shimmer shadows. It helps to bring out a better pigmentation and last longer on your eyelids. 


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Chloe

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