Hi Guys and Dolls!
Sometimes I get asked a question and while I’m responding to the comment, message, or email I realize that an answer or topic might be helpful a lot of people! I know that sometimes it may seem that
Gurus Blogger/Vloggers in the beauty community are speaking their own makeup-crazed language. No one has all the answers, but I know a thing or two, and I’d like to be your tour guide 🙂 So I’m going to start a new series called Ask Cora. I have a few back-logged Q & A’s but if you have a question you’d like answered, please shoot me an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org **. Remember there are no stupid questions- makeup doesn’t come with a manual 😛
If fall out is your issue try these tips:
* I find that I have less fall out when I use a great primer. My fave primers include Too Faced Shadow Insurance, Urban Decay Primer Potion, MAC Painterly Paint Pot, and NARS Smudge Proof primer. A great primer will act like Velcro and hold your shadow in place, preventing/reducing fall-out, creasing, and color fade.
*GENTLY tap off the brush for remove excess shadow- if there’s less excess there will be less fallout.
*Try doing your foundation last- I usually do *just in case* there is fall-out 🙂
*If you just HAVE to do foundation first (sometimes we just do!) try dusting your lower eyesocket/cheeks with a bit of loose powder to “catch” the fallout. When you’re done working your eyeshadow magic, just sweep it away. this is a Drag Queen tested and approved method 😉
* Another post-foundation fallout remover is scotch tape; this works reallywell with glitter 🙂
*Also keep in mind that fall-out from shades like blue and red can make you look tired, so it’s best to just wipe away all fallout from these.
I hope this helps
**If you’d prefer to be anonymous let me know. Also I reserve the right to paraphrase if many people are asking the same question, or to make the question understandable for everyone.