Now that we’ve mastered The Wash to apply eyeshadow, the next technique that’s important to understand is The Windshield Wiper. Like The Wash, The Windshield Wiper is a simple technique. But, it’s an important technique to learn because it is used in many eyeshadow looks.
One thing I love about the Windshield Wiper technique is that it can be used with light and dark eyeshadow colors. It can also be used on it’s own or layered with a lighter shade.
The Wash technique is the first building block to good eyeshadow application. Are you a beginner when it comes to eyeshadow application? Do you want to understand the fundamentals better so you can improve your technique and have more fun with your eyeshadow looks? Have you ever felt confused or lost about what shade of eyeshadow to buy or where to put it on your eyelids? This tutorial and technique will help you feel more confident in your eyeshadow game, and help you to have more fun with your eyeshadow looks!
I love eyeshadow. It’s one of the easiest ways to play with makeup colors and change your look. I used to be really intimidated by eyeshadow looks. Thank goodness my mistakes were before the years of cell phones and selfies! Haha! I want to take some of the guesswork out of eyeshadow application for you. It doesn’t need to be hard to have a great eye look! This Emerald Eye look is perfect for anyone with green, hazel, or even brown eyes. You can easily switch out the green shades for purples, browns, or pinks as well! Once you learn the technique, you can do any looks you want. Let’s get started.