The Glazed Eyeshadow Trend Is Makeup’s Response to the Viral Manicure
by TEAM RÓEN |
Though it’s undeniably eye-catching, the glazed eyeshadow look is meant to be wearable even on the most average of days.
“You can achieve the same look without having gloss drip all over your face,” says Kate Synnott, a makeup artist and the beauty director of Róen Beauty. There are three easy ways to get you there: apply your eyeshadow with a damp brush (Holm’s go-to method), use a sheer highlighter stick (Synott does this with the Róen Roglow skin stick; she’s a brand ambassador) atop your eyeshadow, or add a glossy top coat over your finished eyeshadow.