Our new Eye Primer has quickly become one of our beauty routine staples. It instantly enhances the color payoff of your eye makeup, and ensures your eyeshadow will last until you’re ready to take it off. These are a few of our favorite ways to tap into the versatility of our loose mineral powder eyeshadows using Eye Primer:
Chai is one of our everyday favorites that makes you feel alive on a Monday morning, and Eye Primer ensures that it’ll last from your 9am meeting through your dinner plans. Paired with a bright, fresh lip (we recommend Lip Tint in Daisy), Chai adds a lightness and a freshness to your look that is neutral and understated. Apply a pea-sized amount of Eye Primer onto your lids, and add sheer layer of Chai with the Allover Shadow Brush.
Eye Primer transforms Vertigo from a just-beyond-neutral taupe to a rich, smoky taupe. After applying Eye Primer, blend Vertigo from lid to crease and along the outer part of your lower lashline with the Contour Shadow Brush. Anchor it with a smudged tightline in Coffee and a coat of mascara for maximum impact.
Raven is one of our most popular and universally-flattering Satin Matte Eyeshadow shades. It’s deep enough to provide extra definition to your eye shape and color, but it’s neutral enough for a natural no-makeup-makeup finish. Start with a lighter neutral like Satin Matte Eyeshadow in Fleur on your lids. Blend Raven into your crease with the angled Mini Blending Brush. Eye Primer helps to minimize fallout and makes your look last longer.
Cobalt and Eye Primer are a next-level combination for a bold, fresh eye look. Dot Eye Primer onto your lids and blend with your fingertip. For maximum color impact, layer Cobalt from your lashline to crease with the Mini-Blending Brush while the Eye Primer is still setting. You can also use Eye Primer and Cobalt to create a gel-cream liner by mixing equal amounts of powder and Eye Primer. Apply with the Precision Angle Brush to make a sleek cat eye.
After Hours is a rich, smoky charcoal black with a hint of golden shimmer. Mix a small amount with Eye Primer, and apply from your lid to crease using the flat side of the Allover Shadow Brush. To achieve a glossy, lacquered finish add a bit of argan oil, jojoba oil, or your oil of choice to your shadow-primer mixture.