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Current Obsession: EyeBoutique Shadow Shields

Friday, May 31, 2013

One thing I hate about smokey eyes is fallout! Especially with pigments or shimmery shadows. I've seen people go to all types of lengths like use tape or tissue to prevent fallout. That's way too much work (in my opinion). My solution is EyeBoutique Shadow Shields ($7.99 CAN) with you can get from Farleyco. I follow them on twitter and I see nothing but good comments about them.

Eliminate eye shadow fallout with hands-free, disposable, time-saving Shadow Shields. Apply these half moon shaped shields under the eye before applying eye makeup to catch any and all excess product that falls. When done, gently remove shield and say Hello… To Flawless Eye Makeup.

I love them because they curve to my eye shape plus they do exactly what they are suppose to: catch all excess shadow that falls out. Also the removal is easy, it did not pull my eye at all. Each package contains 14 shields.

*I used one for both eyes because I did not have a lot of fallout and the shield was not sticky.*

Application Tips:
Remove only top corners to apply. If more adhesion is needed, remove entire top strip
Application of shield doesn’t have to be directly on lash line- it can be applied under the bulge of the eye or wherever most comfortable.

When applying shield, allow backing to crease-it will form a small lip, helping to catch the fallout.


  1. I've been interested in these. I've seen them all over IG I was wondering if you apply your under eye makeup after? Sometimes I've seen them used where the under eye makeup was already applied, but since there's an adhesive strip, wouldn't it mess up the makeup there?

  2. i just used these this morning for one of my clients

  3. This looks like a great product, so simple!

  4. this is an amazing idea, I usually use tissue but never get it all.

  5. These would be great for when I use loose shadows :)


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