Eye shadows.

(4 Posts)
19909ninty Thu 21-Apr-16 07:30:02

I am horrendous at doing my own make up but determined to learn!

The last time I had my make up done they used oranges and coppers I loved it! Does anyone know where I can get nice orange and copper shadows?

And any other decent eye shadows please but not naked palettes I have them.

Thank you

sugarfreepolo Thu 21-Apr-16 07:55:10

nars do a lovely orange persia also mac brick

Pupsiecola Thu 21-Apr-16 08:14:25

I recently bought one of these Bobbi Brown cream sticks and it is fabulous. I have never been great with make up application and wouldn't bother with it half the time. I went to the BB counter in John Lewis having read reviews about various cream shadows (Sali Hughes). The man on the counter was fab with me! This cream shadow is so easy to apply and lasts all day.

www.bobbibrown.co.uk/product/2330/24845/Makeup/Eyes/Eye-Shadow/Long-Wear-Cream-Shadow-Stick/New-Shades#undefined1

After he put that on me he added a little of this shimmery one on top and honestly it's the best my make has ever looked :-) I will go back to learn about cheeks soon, and hope the same guy is there. Mine were both neutral tones btw there are plenty of other colours.

www.bobbibrown.co.uk/product/2330/7815/Makeup/Eyes/Eye-Shadow/Shimmer-Wash-Eye-Shadow

botemp Thu 21-Apr-16 08:38:49

If you're in an experimental phase you can buy the Kiko individual ones, they're high quality and come in a lot of colours, textures, and finishes. Usually on 50% offer and you can also buy a larger palette to place them all in.

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