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Apply just under your brow to enhance your arches, on the inner corners of your eyes to open them up, or on the center of your lids as a final step to brighten your entire look and you can use the light shimmery shades as the highlighter on the cheekbone and the bridge of the nose. (You can use a wet brush to create a creamy texture)
Darker accent shades (shimmer):
Blend these colors on the majority of your lid, from your lash line up to the crease or you can apply only on the outer corner of your eyes, also you can use a wet angled brush into the dark shades and draw it on the lash line as an eyeliner.
Transition/Crease shades (Matte):
Transition shades generally are the medium neutral shades, which you can use it on the crease of the eye to create a softer smokey eyes or cut crease, also you can only contour the eyes with it. You can use the wet angled brush with the soft brown shades and use it as an eyebrow shadow.
Line/Contour shades (Matte):
Use these shadows and an angled brush to define your top and bottom lash lines or set pencil liner in place.