Some drug store eye shadow primer should help with the smearing issue although I don’t understand how one manages to get makeup on the eyelid smeared on to their face…. not trying to be rude but like I don’t know of anyone who touches their eyelids constantly! Cheeks? Yes people touch their cheeks and foreheads and such… but eyelids? Nope never seen that except when someone rubs their itchy eye… maybe I took that sentence too literally perhaps?! 🤔😂
I’d make an appointment with your nearest Sephora to get your makeup done. That way you can see some products on, and a makeup artist can show you on your own skin how to apply these products to get the look you want. They can also help you find a great skincare routine, and help you find the products that will keep your skin and makeup looking fresh all day.
Personally, I wouldn’t advise buying all of your makeup at drug stores. Some quality products are worth paying a little extra for, and usually with makeup, it’s quality you’re paying for. There are some products, like mascara, blush and brow pencils, that you can totally get away with saving on, but others, like foundation, skin and eyelid primers, shadows, concealers, setting spray, lipstick and skincare are worth investing a little more in. Drug store makeup seems like a great deal, but you can’t sample it, so you risk wasting money on products you really don’t like (I’ve got a whole bag of them) and you’ll wind up with a face of makeup you’ll have to touch up and reapply frequently, which doesn’t work for a workday, much less a wedding day.
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