How To Pull Off The Glossy Eyelids Trend Effortlessly

 

It seems that people are ditching mattes for metallic and gloss—not just with lips, but also eyelids. This trend was introduced during New York Fashion Week SS17 last September. But when Kylie Jenner post a photo on her Instagram, it intrigued me.

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So, here’s how to get this gorgeous glossy lids look in 3 simple steps!

Step 1: Primer

The first rule is to prep your skin with your favorite primer to make it look flawless and lasting. If you’re rocking glossy lids, then you better be rocking it the whole day or night through.

Step 2: Eyeshadow

The second step is to put your desired eyeshadow. Whether you want a sheer wash of color, earth tone or a slight shimmer, you may apply using your finger or a brush.

Step 3: Lip Gloss or Petroleum Jelly

Now, it’s time to get glossed up. Lightly dab some lip gloss, lip balm, or even petroleum jelly over your lids with your finger. The secret to that non-sticky feeling is to leave your crease clean. And voila! Your beauty look has just been leveled up to cool girl status!

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Muse: Cha-Cha Rosario Tañedo

Photo: Heintje Mendoza | H. Mendoza Photography

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