Apel is perfect for anyone with lighter skin tone to use as highlight, or for anyone to use as eyeshadow. It has a cold undertone and gives a really nice glow.
Our pigmented hyperflex shadows can be used for all your makeup purposes! Whether you want a classic smokey eye, a gorgeous eyeliner, rouge, brow pomade, contour, bronzer or highlight - our hyperflex shadows can do it all! They're the perfect choice for when you want products that lets your beauty shine instead of having to fit into narrow beauty standards.
Our natural colors are perfect for contouring, rouge and highlight. And by dipping your brush in water you can use your shadow as an eyeliner in any shade you want or as a brow pomade. Also, by mixing a little bit of shadow with our mixing base, you can create your very own cream shadows, cream highlights, lipstick and lipgloss.
Frequently asked questions:
How do I mix my own product?
If you want a creamy product to use as eyeshadow, rouge or highlight, just use a palette knife to scrape a little bit of shadow into our mixing base. This will give you a creamy product that you can use anywhere on your face. You can also mix different colors and create completely new shades. Just make sure to keep the products you experiment with in a jar of their own so you can reuse the mixing base for other creative makeup projects.
How do I apply eyeshadow to suite the shape of my eyes?
No matter the shape of your eyes, you can always rock eyeshadow. The important thing is to choose the colors that really enhances your beauty and makes you feel good. But there are some small tricks you can use to help you along the way.
Generally, you should apply the eyeshadow to match the shape of your eyes and go a bit upwards and outwards. This will make your eyes look brighter. Also, make sure to blend the shadow to get smooth transitions between the shadows and the rest of your skin. This can be easily accomplished with a soft, fluffier brush. Sometimes it's easiest to go in with a clean blending brush and smoothen any sharp edges after you've applied your eyeshadow.
How can I vary my eye makeup when wearing glasses?
Depending on the glasses you wear, they'll cover your eyes in different ways. And if you're nearsighted, the glass can make your eyes appear smaller. If this is the case, try avoiding dark colors close to your eyes, like eyeliner or dark shadows right at the root of your lashes. Instead, apply lighter shades on your eyelids and a highlight right underneath your eyebrows. Give your makeup some depth with a slightly darker shadow in the outer edges of your eyes and apply a lighter color corrector underneath your eyes to make shadows underneath them appear a bit brighter.
If you're farsighted, your glasses can instead make your eyes appear larger and rounder. If this is the case, darker shadows can help neutralize this effect. Try accentuating your eyes by applying a dark shadow in the crease or by applying a neutral and dark shadow all over your eyelids. Just make sure to not use a color that is a lot darker than the color of your skin, but instead one that is just slightly darker.