Liquid or Powder Eyeshadow| Beginners Have to Know

The world of makeup is fascinating, and there are so many products out there just waiting to be explored and used. If you're new to makeup and feeling overwhelmed with the plethora of eyeshadows on the market today, you're not alone. You may come across eye shadows and the forms they usually come in as powder, liquid, cream eye shadows. Among them, powder and liquid eye shadows are more suitable for beginners. How should we choose?


  1. Powder Eyeshadow

Powder eyeshadow is the most common type of eyeshadow you will come across, and it is the first eyeshadow most eye makeup beginners come across. Pressed eyeshadows are the easiest to blend. So, one eyeshadow palette has every shade you can imagine to choose from. Powder eyeshadows come in matte and shimmery ones. Matte eyeshadows are great for primer, crease and outer corners, while shimmery eyeshadows are great for the center and inner corners of your lids. Apply matte powder eyeshadow with a fluffy blending brush to ensure color blends seamlessly without harsh lines. When using shimmery eyeshadow, use a thick, flat brush or fingers to lightly press the color on the lids for maximum color impact. With powder eye shadows, there may be an impact when applied, may come off at some point, so you need to use an eye shadow base etc.

Most eyeshadow palettes these days are a mix of matte and shimmery powder eyeshadows that you can use to create a variety of different looks—from simple and subtle daytime looks to intense nighttime glamour. Maycreate Streamer Sunset Eight-color Eyeshadow is one such eyeshadow palette that includes 8 expertly curated matte and shimmery eyeshadow shades for everyday looks.


  1. Liquid Eyeshadow

"If you want to create a more dramatic look, or you want a natural look that lasts all day, this is great," makeup artist Sotomayor tells us.

Liquid eyeshadow is also a beginner-friendly product. Reminiscent of a lip gloss, the liquid eyeshadow comes in a small translucent tube with an applicator wand. Applying liquid eyeshadow on the lids is like applying liquid lipstick when doing lip makeup. Just swipe the wand across the eyelids and blend the edges with the blending brush. If you use more sheer color, you can also blend it with your fingers. You usually get more pigmented color from liquid eyeshadows. With powder shadows, you need to put in a bit more effort to build it up. With a liquid, the paint will show off almost instantly.

Liquid eyeshadow doesn't come off easily, which makes it easier to apply the liquid, but you have to work fast because once it sets, it's hard to move it.

Liquid eyeshadow can be used as both the base and the main color. It's also the perfect eyeshadow base when you want to layer glitter or shimmery eyeshadows on top and add their staying power and vibrancy. But remember, just like cream eyeshadows, liquid eyeshadows tend to wrinkle when wet, so use with caution for those with extremely oily eyelids!

You can use Maycreate Sparkling liquid eye shadow if you want to try and practice liquid eye shadow .This is a very attractive price to start a new eye makeup experiment.

I believe you already know the difference between liquid and powder eye shadows and are able to make a choice. Add maycreate products to your cart and let us better help you explore the world of learning beauty.

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