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The shadow disappears quickly from the eyelids

Oily eyelids are a problem for many women. The fatness of the eyelid is manifested above all in the fact that the shadows disappear from the eyelids even after several minutes. The same happens with the crayon. Unfortunately, you cannot get rid of eyelid fat, you have to fight it.
However, there are several ways that will prolong the shadows' durability.
1. Eye shadows in cream
2. Eyelid degreasing
3. Eye shadow base

Creamy eye shadows are more durable. They can help with the problem of oily eyelids. Unfortunately, they have their minus, because they are more expensive than traditional shadows. However, it is worth buying a few colors at the beginning, which you can not give up with everyday makeup.

You can degrease the eyelid with a tonic. All you need is a little tonic to soak a cotton pad and wipe the eyelids to maintain the effect, after drying the eyelids, apply matting powder or starch. You can also degrease the eyelid with matting tissue. Many companies offer them, including Wibo.
I myself have greasy eyelids and without shadows any shadows or eyeliners last for several hours. I have been using it for many years bases for shadows company heanwhich I am very happy with. The product extends the life of shadows. Inglot's matt shadows stick from morning to evening without any corrections.


  1. Avatar Magdalena M. 18 May 2015 / 09: 31

    Phew, luckily I don't have such a problem 😉

  2. Avatar Beauty Land 15 May 2015 / 18: 58

    good for me, moisturizing eye shadows, mineral shadows prevent greasy eyelids

  3. Avatar SweetPerelka 15 May 2015 / 18: 43

    I have mega greasy eyelids and you know what even works well with a vibo base but still the best for me with virtual just holds the shadows best! Although it is difficult to apply, you need to have a way to do it ... a small amount is warmed on the fingers first only after applying on eyelid

  4. Avatar Agata Szydłowska 15 May 2015 / 18: 22

    My reliable way to do this is the Art deco base, I didn't have a better one 🙂

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