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It doesn't really matter what kind of pallet you use for this guide.

It doesn't really matter what kind of pallet you use for this guide.

This is the pallet I will use to demonstrate for this guide.

This is the pallet I will use to demonstrate for this guide.

So no matter what color scheme you use for your eyeshadow start out with the darkest color you want to use.

So no matter what color scheme you use for your eyeshadow start out with the darkest color you want to use.

One way is to put it on just the end of your eyelid.

One way is to put it on just the end of your eyelid.

Or put it along the edge on the top and side of your eyelid.

Or put it along the edge on the top and side of your eyelid.

Then get the next lightest color you want to use.

Then get the next lightest color you want to use.

For the first way, just layer half way on the first color you put on and half on your bare eyelid.

For the first way, just layer half way on the first color you put on and half on your bare eyelid.

For the second way put it on the second half of your eyelid.

For the second way put it on the second half of your eyelid.

Then get any white ish color to put on the rest of your eye lid.

Then get any white ish color to put on the rest of your eye lid.

There are two main ways I do my eyeliner.

There are two main ways I do my eyeliner.

either the normal strait line way,

either the normal strait line way,

Or winged.

Or winged.

My philosophy of My eyeliner is the darker your eyeshadow the smaller amount of eyeliner. (And visa versa) When I only use lighter eyeshadow colors I usually do winged eyeliner.

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