This is why you should wear cream eyeshadow

This is why you should wear cream eyeshadow

Cream eyeshadows are one of the easiest makeup products you can use. You don’t even need a brush to apply them – simply swipe across your eyelids with your fingers and marvel at how great your eye makeup looks.

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The other great thing about cream eyeshadows is the colour payoff. You really don’t need much product for the shadow to show up. For party season, a wash of shimmery cream eyeshadow across your lids with lashings of mascara – and that’s your party makeup sorted!

Click through the gallery to see five of our favourite cream eyeshadows.

Revlon ColorStay™ Crème Eye Shadow

The Revlon ColorStay™ Crème Eye Shadow in Espresso is one of my go-to eyeshadows for easy morning makeup. It’s waterproof so it lasts all day and it’s so easy to apply! I find that it never creases either, which is a common problem with cream eyeshadow.

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Avon mark. 18Hr Artist Eyeshadow Ink

What makes the Avon mark. 18Hr Artist Eyeshadow Ink unique is its gel-cream formula which contains a Freshwear Complex. This ensures the highly-pigmented formula lasts all-day without fading.

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Maybelline Eyestudio Color Tattoo 24H Eye Shadow

A favourite among beautyheaven members, the Maybelline Eyestudio Color Tattoo 24H Eye Shadow mimics the intensity of ink, allowing you to create bold shapes with your shadow. It’s available in three vivid shades that are guaranteed to make your eyes pop.

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Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick

Bobbi Brown’s Long-Wear Cream Shadow Sticks are available in 18 stunning shades, from bold statements to subtle nudes. Simply swipe across your eyelids for a lightweight wash of colour that lasts for up to eight hours.

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Bodyography Cream Shadow

The Bodyography Cream Shadow is a cream to powder shadow that leaves lids with a slight metallic glow. They are easy to apply with your fingers or a brush and can be used alone or as a base for your eyeshadow.

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Have you tried cream eyeshadow before? What’s your favourite eyeshadow?

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