Completely Cosmetics Part 3 (Eyeshadows)


Eyeshadows are used to highlight the eyes. They can be available as powders, creams, liquids that make you SHINE!!!!!

A line of eyeshadow is softer and easier to blend than a pencil. 

Liquids and creams contain more preservatives like salt, brine, vinegar which can cause a negative reaction.

It is best to use POWDER shadows, especially matte powder eye shadows. 

Apply foundation, then powder to the eyelids so that the eyeshadow will set better and not crease.

A woman’s eyes are her most naturalistic facial feature. 

When we talk to people, we look into each other’s eyes. 

The colours you choos express your creativity and shows who you are. Naturally, if you are a girly girl you choose pinks! 

For a “day look”, you usually would opt for earthy browny tones. Once you choose a favourite brand, look at ALL colours to determine your BEST colour.

I recently bought a 88 Matte Colour Eyeshadow Palette from BH Cosmetics.


It has a WIDE range of colours to choose from!!!! 

Thanks to BH Cosmetics for such a wonderful range of product!!!

                                     ❤️

                     Exquisite Emmalisa

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I started blogging in late 2015 and it has developed since then. My vision is "To create a platform for ladies to find inspiration and pull thoughts, ideas and advice together whether it’s Beauty, Fashion, Travel or Reading I love to do Book Reviews & anything of SUBSTANCE."

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