eyeshadow

[ UK /ˈa‍ɪʃɐdˌə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /ˈaɪˈʃædoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. makeup consisting of a cosmetic substance used to darken the eyes
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How To Use eyeshadow In A Sentence

  • Apply silver eyeshadow to the inner half of the lid and a darker shade, such as charcoal, to the outer half. The Sun
  • On the cover of Candy magazine, "the first transversal style magazine," Franco sports slicked back hair, a black blazer, heavy blue eyeshadow and cherry red lips. James Franco in drag on the cover of Candy magazine
  • She put on black eyeliner, reddish eyeshadow, and black lipstick.
  • Wet your brush before applying eyeshadow - it'll glide on like paint and give you a fantastic bold finish. The Sun
  • Did you wear glittery eyeshadow? Times, Sunday Times
  • I added blusher and eyeshadow.
  • But if your perfect shade only comes in gloss, go matte by pressing a similar colour eyeshadow into your lippy. The Sun
  • Dripped onto powder eyeshadow, this makes the formula creamier and the colour more intense. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then her eyes hadn't looked right, so she'd needed mascara and eyeshadow.
  • To intensify the dark shade on the outer corner, take your grey eyeshadow and apply to the lower lid, keeping the intensity at the outer corner. The Sun
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