eye-opening ways to use eyeshadows.

Makeup expertise by Theo Kogan; Beauty Contribution by Annie Tomlin; Photographed by Lauren Perlstein; Hair by Jenna Perry; Styled by Melissa Ward Schorsch; Shot by Jack Pearce; Shot by James Herron; Edited by Chris Beer.

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Makeup expertise by Theo Kogan; Beauty Contribution by Annie Tomlin; Photographed by Lauren Perlstein; Hair by Jenna Perry; Styled by Melissa Ward Schorsch; Shot by Jack Pearce; Shot by James Herron; Edited by Chris Beer.

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Makeup expertise by Theo Kogan; Beauty Contribution by Annie Tomlin; Photographed by Lauren Perlstein; Hair by Jenna Perry; Styled by Melissa Ward Schorsch; Shot by Jack Pearce; Shot by James Herron; Edited by Chris Beer.

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Beauty Prep School
5 New Ways To Use Your Eyeshadow

Think eyeshadow is just relegated for your eyelids? Think again. Watch this video for five surprising new ways to use your shadows.

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Lipstick is meant for your lips, blush goes on your cheeks, and eyeshadow is for your eyelids, right? Well, not exactly. In fact, those single-hue pans and multishade palettes have way more uses than just giving your peepers a wash of color.
You see, multipurpose makeup is every woman's best friend. Whether it's because we're running late for the 9-to-5 grind or just hate having a pile of beautifiers on our vanity, our favorite products are the ones that go beyond the call of duty. Hit "play" on the video above for five eye-opening ways to use eyeshadows.
5 New Ways To Use Your EyeshadowReleased on June 11, 2014

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