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Crayon Bronze Eye Make up

Crayon bronze eye make up is a fantastic way to apply colour to your eyes. The crayon formulation of eye make up , also known as a pencil or stick depending on the brand, is soft and creamy, but light to wear. It is long lasting and a great way to add intense colour to your eyes.

Applying crayon eye make up

Use crayon eye make up to line the eyes or apply more liberally over more, even all, of your eyelid and use your finger to smudge and soften it.

Because it is a crayon, it makes it much easier to apply and you don't have to mess around with that little brush you get with powder eye make up that you invariably drop at least once.

A bronze shade is a warm tone and is usually seen at more formal events, though a subtle shade can be a good addition to your work outfit. It's best to get a shade that blends with your skin tone, to accentuate your eyes.

Keep the crayon as sharp as possible so that you can apply it with precision, especially if you're using it to line your eyes. Keeping it sharp also helps when sweeping it across your eyelid as, again, you have much more control of where you're applying the colour.

The number one tip

No matter whether you're going for the minimal daytime look or the intense one for evening wear, the number one tip is to make sure you blend your eye colour in properly. The creamy formulation of crayon eye make up makes this so much easier to do. Even if you want to have intense colour in just one area, ensure the edges are soft and well blended.

Day or night, summer or winter?

Crayon bronze eye make up gives you that metallic, shimmering colour for your eyes that's great at all times of the year. It's so on trend and you know that if your eyes look fashionable, your overall look will be too. Wear it for a minimal daytime look or layer it up for the more intense finish you want when going out at night.

Crayon bronze eye make up is also a great colour to wear no matter whether your eyes are blue, green or brown.

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