Makeup Tips: Eyeshadow for Beginners with Jade Kendle | COVERGIRL

Hey y'all, it's Jade I'm going to show you how to get this easy, breezy eyeshadow look

Let's get started For step one, we're going to use this really pretty shimmery color on our lid first, and then get darker as we go into our crease For step two, we're going to use this mauve color to create the transition in our crease And I'm using this half moon technique to blend the color in my crease This way that it very naturally transitioning into my brow

The third step will be going on with this darkest color here And remember, when you're using a darker color, you want to go lightly with it So when you're getting the product up, just tap it a little bit before you actually apply it to your face If you use a little bit first, you can always build it up If you want to learn more about the products that I'm using, go ahead and click the upper right hand corner

I'm using this darker color in the corner to extend and elongate my eye When you're doing this, make sure that you're blending really, really well This look really counts on you blending nicely into the different colors This is a great palette if you're an expert or a beginner, because it gives you an array of colors that go from matte to shimmery You can get so many great looks from this palette, and you don't even have to go to a department store to get it

In the next step, I'll be lining my eyes with the COVERGIRL Perfect Point Eyeliner I like to use the color Espresso, because it'll really define my eyes without being too intense To finish off my look, I'll be using the Super Sizer Fibers Mascara, and I'm going to be adding it to my top lashes and my bottom lashes I really love this mascara because I can have that false eyelash look without actually wearing them So I'm just lightly brushing my bottom lashes with the mascara

I want to, again, just use a little bit and then build up to more, to create that really intense eyelash look And that's it, that's my easy, breezy eyeshadow look For more COVERGIRL tutorials, click here