Ever wonder why your eye makeup won’t stay in place? You apply and reapply only to have it end up under your lids, creasing and melting throughout the day. You just might have oily eyelids and not even know it. But, if it’s any consolation, you are not alone. Oily eyelids has always been one of my beauty culprits but I am here to tell you what you can do to keep that eyeshadow in place!
You might think the oil on your eyes is created by sweat or skin type, but it’s actually created by the shape of your eyes. Actually your eye shape and the position of the over-active glands are the primary culprits for making the lids more oily.Not everyone with oily skin will have oily eyelids. While hormonal changes can contribute to the oil levels in your skin, it not a determining factor of oily lids. Oil glands add oil to our tear film. This combo emulsion provides lubrication to the eyes and the oil prevents the water from evaporating. Simply Amazing!
The main problem with oily lids is that the extra oil can create an eye makeup meltdown! Trust me it’s not fun. Creasing and smudging are more likely to happen when makeup and oil mix on the lid.Following simple steps can combat oily eyelids and keep you from smudging. Primer is key to keeping your eyeshadow in place all day long.
Too Faced Shadow Insurance Eye shadow Primer-prevents fading, creasing, and smudging. Eye primers will even out skin tone on your eyelids and smooth out fine lines to create a perfect canvas for shadows. They also help to absorb the oil. Even the richest eye shadows, be they cream or powder, can stay in place on oily lids if you start with an efficient primer.
The staple of most makeup artists in the industry. An innovative new primer that keeps your eye makeup looking fresh and vibrant all day long. Comfortable and lightweight, the primer is infused with the rich antioxidants and is ideal for all skin tones and types.
Fun packaging complements this lightweight primer. Easy to apply clear gell like primer easy to apply and and dries quickly on the lids. Creates a great canvas for the eyeshadow to adhere to. Easy to remove.
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