There’s nothing more annoying than taking the time to create the perfect smoky eye only to have it ruined by oily eyelids. Oily eyelids will mess up your makeup and there’s nothing fun about makeup sliding down your face.
But, we can help you how to get long-lasting eye makeup if you have oily eyelids.
Here’s how to make your eyeshadow stay when you have oily eyelids:
- Wash and cleanse your face.
Turns out, tackling oily eyelids starts before you even grab that eyeshadow brush in the morning. A pre-makeup cleansing is a main step in the process.
Even if you’re rushing out the door in the morning, you must make sure your skin is dry before applying makeup.
- Apply a quality primer.
Before you apply makeup, you must apply a primer. It helps your makeup last longer.
There really aren’t any products to halt oil production, but primer is the magic secret to eyeshadow that won’t slide off by noon.
- Grab your favorite eyeshadow palette.
After you’ve applied your primer and you’re ready to create your flawless eye look, It’s best to use powder shadows. Some drugstore brand shadows will fade faster on their own than department store shadows if you choose to not use primer.
- Use setting spray.
Now that you’ve got shadow that won’t budge, there’s one last tip. Using a setting spray will help hold your makeup all day.