Master Two-Tone Eye Shadow by Blending Neutrals and Brights

Master Two-Tone Eye Shadow by blending your neutrals and brights. This a great way to pull off super-bright eyeshadow. You can combine two or more shades for gorgeous eye candy.

I must admit that bright eye color can be a little scary. Don’t shy away from the reds, pinks, blues, and yellows, they are so hot this season. The key to a vibrant yet flawless look is blending, blend your neutrals with your brights. Follow this how-to for two-tone eye shadow.

  • Two Toned Eye Shadow 1 of 7

    Make Up For Ever Technicolor Eyeshadow Palette is a great way to combine two or more colors of eye shadow.

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  • Start with a Primer 2 of 7

    Start with primer for staying power and to get the best color payoff.

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  • Apply Your Neutral 3 of 7

    Add a basic neutral shade from lash line all the way up to the brow bone.

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  • Add Your Bright 4 of 7

    You have 3 Options for This Application Step

    Apply the bright color. Put this color in the crease of the eye to add depth to your eye.

    Or put the bright color on the outer corner of your eye in a horizontal V-shape.

    Another technique is to dip the tip of the applicator or brush in the shadow and then use it to line the upper lid. Get as close to the lashes as possible.

    Still another option is to apply the bright-colored eye shadow to the outer half of the lids.

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  • Optional: Add 3rd Color 5 of 7

    You can repeat previous step with any additional color if you're feeling fancy for a more Technicolor Eye Shadow Application 

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  • Add Eyeliner 6 of 7

     Apply with a small angled brush and literally just working it into the lower lash line.

    Add thick black eye liner on the upper lid and smudge it upward into the shadow above it, keeping in mind you want your darkest intensity right at the lash line.

  • Finish it Off With Mascara 7 of 7

    Top it off with a nice heavy coat of black mascara to frame the look, and neutral lips and cheeks.

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