Set out ready for use:
Towel / cape
Cotton buds
Cotton wool pads
Water bowls


Before starting, you ensure your hands and nails are well cleaned. File your nails if necessary, so that there are no snags. By doing this you prevent damages on the face and risk of infection.

Always work using clean materials (sponges, brushes, spatulas, water bowls) and change the water regularly.

Protect your models clothing with a hairdressing cape or a towel.

Eyeshadow/Rouge and Pearl Eyeshadow are very colour-intensive. The intensity can be reduced if so desired with a lighter shade of Eyeshadow/Rouge or with a little Grimas Fixing Powder or Transparent Powder.

By playing with light and dark eye shadow colours you can give the eye an ideal shape.
The general rule is: light brings things into prominence, dark makes them recede.


Take the required colour of eye shadow out using a brush or applicator. Spread the eye shadow out on the back of your hand and then work from the hand to get the right amount.

In principle, you apply a light colour to the upper eyelid, a dark colour in the eye fold and a very light colour to the eyebrow arch (highlight).

Apply the light colour first using the brush and touch up with a latex sponge.