Definition of 'eyeshadow'
Example sentences containing 'eyeshadow'
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Who knew a blue eyeshadow could be so hot? The Sun (2011)No more blue eyeshadow and hostess trolley for us. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Apply a blue cream eyeshadow over the eye socket up to the brow at the edge. The Sun (2012)And blue eyeshadow will rock beauty. The Sun (2015)That means ditching dark eyeshadow, heavy liner and pink blush. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Now, get a cotton bud and dip it in some dark eyeshadow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Don't be scared of wearing thick mascara and dark smoky eyeshadow during the day. The Sun (2012)I remember clearly my first eyeshadow palette. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Then to ease you into the trend softly, wash a blue eyeshadow or liner on the bottom lash line. The Sun (2014)But if your perfect shade only comes in gloss, go matte by pressing a similar colour eyeshadow into your lippy. The Sun (2012)Shade in the hollow of the eye with a dark eyeshadow such as brown or purple, before lining the eye. The Sun (2011)Pick a bright colour eyeshadow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Did you wear glittery eyeshadow? Times, Sunday Times (2013)LOVE this pretty eyeshadow palette from M&S. The Sun (2013)Wet your brush before applying eyeshadow - it'll glide on like paint and give you a fantastic bold finish. The Sun (2011) Apply silver eyeshadow to the inner half of the lid and a darker shade, such as charcoal, to the outer half. The Sun (2013)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 (2013)Next, apply the bronzer over the eye socket and the brow bone, then mix a little with the smoky eyeshadow and apply under your bottom lashes. The Sun (2012)
Definition of eyeshadow from the Collins English Dictionary
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