eyeshadow eyeshadow


  • (n) makeup consisting of a cosmetic substance used to darken the eyes


  1. If you liked big hair, frosty-blue eyeshadow and over-blushed cheeks, then you were thrilled to see a woman so well-groomed.
  2. Most of the consumer victories to date have been small, like a 1970s campaign to persuade cosmetics companies to sell cheaper lipstick, rouge and eyeshadow.


  • We Tried It: Brush-On Root Concealer (That Covers Pesky Grays!)

    What it is: An eyeshadow-like product that brushes on roots to conceal them Who tried it: Alissa Rosenhaft, Senior Photo Editor Why she did it: Her grays were coming in faster than she could make it to the salon How crazy is it on a scale from one to Kim Kardashian’s blood facial? A one. […]
    on June 14, 2013     Source: People Magazine


  1. "It depends on what happens to fall into my bag that day," says Taylor. "I've probably got every brand of black eyeshadow I could possibly own."
    on Jan 15, 2010 By: Taylor Momsen Source: People Magazine

  2. The fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld says in Who: "Sunglasses are like eyeshadow. They make everything look younger and prettier."
    on Jul 20, 2009 By: Karl Lagerfeld Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. "Back then, our intro song was 'Sex Machine' by James Brown," Robinson says. "You could see people in the crowd going: 'Who the hell are you, and what are you doing?' We were these aliens in velvet pants and blue eyeshadow, channelling the...
    on Mar 2, 2008 By: Chris Robinson Source: Independent

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