Wondering what an eye gloss is? Here’s what you need to know about the eye gloss make up.
If you haven’t tried the eye gloss makeup yet, you’re missing out on a lot of fun. Plus, there’s something about a gleamy lid that makes you look radiant and healthy without requiring any heavyweight highlighting or shadow blending talent or labor on your side.
The eye gloss make up is definitely a thing and has been popular for a while now, but while it’s a common beauty staple on magazine photoshoots and runways, it’s not always the simplest or most comfortable eye makeup look to use on a daily basis. It takes finesse and, of course, the appropriate (non-sticky) solution to get a desirable shiny, wet-look result to pull off this ultra-glowing and appealing look.
In order to prevent going overboard and seeming greasy rather than glowy, working with moderate, buildable layers of product is very essential to applying the eye gloss correctly. Of course, you’ll also want to take additional care to prevent the rest of your eye makeup from smearing as a result of the goop. See how to apply the eye gloss almost like a pro below!
Applying the Eye Gloss( the Non-sticky Solution)
- Prime your eyelids: Eye gloss is prone to creasing, therefore, you need to start by applying your eye shadow primer to your lids. This will help lessen the likelihood that your gloss will crease (get sticky). make sure to blend your eye shadow primer properly.
- Apply a neutral eye shadow: You might wonder why you need eye shadow if you’re going to use eye gloss instead. It will also be less likely for your eye gloss to become creased and to mix up when you use it, if you dab a little nude eye shadow (ideally one without glitter, and one that matches the color of your skin) on the crease of your lids. Ensure to blend the eye shadow properly.
- Use a small, flat synthetic eye shadow brush to apply the eye gloss along the rims of the lids, and then blend with your ring finger. Be careful not to go too fluffy for obvious reasons, and you are all set.
How to Remove the Eye Gloss
The best way to get your eye gloss off is to use a cotton wool dipped in an oil-based makeup remover to gently wipe away the eye gloss from your eyelids.