We’ve all been there: We’ve applied a beautiful base, flawless foundation, under eye concealer, bronzer—the only thing left is the eyes. And it’s always these times that we get so much eyeshadow fallout that we have to remove our undereye makeup and reapply. Well, not anymore. With our makeup artist approved hack featuring our fan-favorite setting powder, we’re preventing eyeshadow fallout a different way.
What You Need
If you’re tired of redoing your perfectly applied makeup each time you forget to do your eyeshadow first, you’re going to love this technique. All you need is our loose translucent setting powder, a powder brush, and your favorite eye makeup.
It’s important to use a loose setting powder here because it serves two purposes: one, it’s setting your undereye makeup, and two, it’s catching excess eyeshadow fallout, too (more on that later). While pressed powders do a great job of setting your makeup, it won’t be able to catch fallout the way we want it to.
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How to Stop Eyeshadow Fallout
Once your face makeup is fully applied and you’re ready to start your eyes, follow these steps to avoid eyeshadow fallout:
Apply your translucent loose setting powder under your eyes with the powder brush. Don’t be afraid to really pack it on there!
Don’t blend or wipe away any excess. If you’re used to “baking” your skin, the application is the same.
Apply any eyeshadow, liner or mascara as normal.
Once your eye look is complete, dust away the excess powder and watch as any eye makeup fallout goes with it!
Don’t let eyeshadow fallout ruin your foundation again! With this makeup artist hack, it’s easy way to achieve a flawless face each and every day. Stay tuned for more tips from the professionals.