Easy Everyday Eyeshadow Tutorial Using 1 Brush | Eye Makeup for Beginners

Easy Everyday Eyeshadow Tutorial Using 1 Brush | Eye Makeup for Beginners

Today I’m going to show you how to get this  beautiful eyeshadow look using one eyeshadow    brush and one eyeshadow quad this is a very  easy beginner friendly eyeshadow look that I    think anyone can do for my eyeshadow quad I’m  using this one by Sigma Beauty and it’s called    peach pie I love the warm peachy Shades in  this palette and I think they’re perfect    for everyday and I also like how in this quad  it comes with two mattes and two shimmers and    then for my one eyeshadow brush I’m going to  use the sigma e25 blending brush this is the    most versatile eyeshadow brush in my collection  it can be used for blending Shades in the crease    on the outer corner you can pack on Shadow with  this brush like there’s so many things I can use    this brush for which is why I think everyone  should own it I do have a discount code with    Sigma if you want to check out these products the  code is just Angela bright to save you some money    now let’s get started with this ey shadow look  so I’m starting with an eyeshadow primer to prep    my eyes for my eyeshadow and I’m using the Urban  Decay primer potion primer makes your eyeshadow    go on smoother and it helps your ey Shadow  last throughout the entire day so you want    to apply primer all the way from the inner part  of your eye to the outer part right out there    and then I’m just going to blend that in with  any kind of concealer brush this is a BK Beauty  a56 and then I’ll take whatever is left under  my eye and I have already done my under eye    concealer now I’m just going to take a little bit  of a translucent powder and set down that primer    so again I’m setting all over my eyelid and I’m  also going to set under my eyes as well because    I did already do my concealer now to start  this eye look I’m going to take the lighter    peachy shade crumble and I’m picking it up on  my brush like this and you always want to tap    off any excess powder this will help prevent any  Fallout from getting on your face and we’re just    going to start by moving that brush back and  forth in our crease and because I set my eyes    shadow primer with that translucent powder this  brush is just gliding nicely across my eyelid  and then I am going to pick up more Shadow just to    build up this shade in my crease  this is going to be my transition  [Music]  shade so you can see I’m blending this eyeshadow  all the way into my inner crease and all the way    towards my outer crease and I am holding  the brush towards the end of the brush to    give me a light hand if you hold the brush  too close to the bristles it’s going to be    a little bit harder to apply the Shadow and  really get that nice kind of back and forth    motion with your wrist and if you have  hooded eyes or slightly hooded eyes I    recommend trying to really relax your face  when you’re doing your makeup and you want    to make sure this transition shade is visible  above your lid so for me I’m going to bring    it up a little bit higher so for me I want to  make sure the shadow really pops right up up  here so I did dip back into this transition  shade about three times to get the pigment    that I want in my crease now I am picking  up more Shadow and every time I’m picking up    Shadow I am tapping off the excess and now I’m  going to Pat this shadow on the outer part of    my lid and you want to make sure you connect  it into your crease so right now I’m doing a    padding motion and then when I get up into  my crease I’m going to do a little circular  [Music] motions and now I picked up more Shadow  but this time I picked up shadow on the tip of the    brush and I’m going to blend that along my entire  lower lash line and this shade is so soft that    it’s just going to give a little bit of definition  on the lower lash line so again I’m just doing a    back and forth motion with the tip of my brush  and I am making sure that the shadow connects    to my outer crease right out here so by now that  transition shade crumble is all in my crease it’s    on the outer part of my lid and it’s all along  my lower lash line so it’s kind of wrapped around    my eye like that now to add a little bit more  depth to the eye I’m going to take the deeper    Brown shade baked and I’m going to pick up this  shade on the flat side of the brush again and    I’m going to use this Shadow and I’m going to Pat  it on the outer part of my lid kind of like I did    earlier and use this to deepen up the outer part  of my eye and again I am doing more of a padding  motion  so I’m packing most of the Shadow onto  my lid and now once most of the Shadow    is off of my brush I’m going to start to blend in    the outer crease just a little bit of  blending right here in little circular  motions now I’m going to take a little bit more  of that Deeper Shade on the tip of the brush and    run that along the outer part of my lower lash  line so this time I’m not bringing it all the way    into the inner corner I’m just keeping it on the  outer part of my eye just like how I did on the  lid now it’s time to put some Shimmer on  the lid now one of my favorite brush tools    I have is the sigma switch and this is just  a little matte and what you do is that you    run your brush in circular motions on the mat  and this is going to get all of the existing    pigment off of the eye ey Shadow brush it’s  not necessarily cleaning the brush because    clearly it still looks dirty but but if I run  the brush on my hand there’s no pigment coming    off the brush which is what I want when I’m  switching In Between Shades hence the name    Sigma switch when you’re doing a shimmery lid  shade you could totally use your finger but I    just have long nails on right now which is why  I’m going to stick to the brush and I’m going    to pick up that peachy shade on the flat side of  the brush and I’m using the flat side that had a    little less of that brown pigment on it and this  Shimmer shade’s going to go on the inner part of    my lid and as usual I’m starting with a little  bit of a packing motion to really lay down that  shadow and then after I’ve packed on that  shadow I’m doing more of a blending motion    just right in my crease also if you use your  finger for a shimmer Shadow it’s going to give    you a little bit more of an intense look  whereas using a fluffier brush like this    is going to give you a softer look do really  love this shimmery shade and these tones are    just going so well together now for the last  step I’m going to take the light highlighter    shade in the palette which is ice cream  and I’m just going to swirl the tip of    my brush into that shade and I’m going  to use this shade to brighten my inner  corner and I also like to bring a little  bit of that highlighter shade right under my  brow now the eyeshadow is done and you can  finish up the eye look any way you want to    if you’re comfortable doing a wing you could  do a winged liner you could do no liner you    could also also just smudge a little bit of  a pencil liner along your top lash line I’m    not going to do any liner today but I am going  to pop on some mascara I went ahead and curled    my lashes and popped on my mascara and for  my mascara I’m wearing the tower 28 make    waves this is my current favorite mascara I love  the fair slight curve that this wand has and I    find that these bristles really do grab each and  every lash and I find that it’s a nice buildable    formula as well and here’s a final closeup of  the eyes all done and I just want to say that    you can get this eye look done very quickly  this video might have been a little long just    because I’m talking and walking you through each  step but if I was doing this whole eye look and    not filming a video I could easily get this  eyeshadow done in probably 5 minutes here is    what the full face looks like all done from  far away again the eyeshadow is so soft and    perfect for every day again don’t forget you  can use my code Angela brigh to save money at    Sigma whether you’re going to purchase this  ey Shadow quad or some brushes so I hope you    guys enjoyed this video thank you so much for  watching and don’t forget to like And subscribe  

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