Never have eyeshadow fall-out again with Shadow Shields
"Giving Women the Confidence They Need to Apply Eye Makeup!"
Being hailed as "The Best New Find of 2009" and as the "Red Carpet Secret Beauty Product," innovative and unique Shadow Shields are the only product of its kind to truly eliminate messy "raccoon eyes" caused by applying eye makeup! Try Shadow Shields and messes will be a thing of the past.
Eliminate the mess involved in achieving dark, smoky eyes when you protect yourself with this genius tool, Shadow Shields. These moon-shaped disposable self-adhesives gently stick under eyes to catch falling pigment during eye makeup application. The adhesive on the back of the shield is strong enough to hold it in place so users can keep their hands free, while also being gentle enough for the sensitive skin around the eyes.
Major time savers, these lightweight shields are a convenient alternative to the usual powder-under-the-eye trick. While perfect for eye shadow fallout, Shadow Shields are also ideal for lash tinting, extensions and airbrush.
Shadow Shields are giving women everywhere the confidence they need to apply eye makeup, while making the job of a makeup artist a little easier! "This is a great product for real women doing their makeup! Many of my clients struggle with doing a dark, smoky eye and not getting shadow all over the place- this product is great for them!" ~says Lisa, Makeup Artist, Ford Modeling Agency, Chicago.
"They are great! And a fabulous alternative to the usual powder-under-the-eye trick!" ~says Mally Roncal, celebrity makeup artist.
* Protects under eye area from eye shadow fallout
* Self Adhesive
* Hands Free
* Saves Time
* Eliminates Mess
* 30 Shadow Shields per box
Recommended Use: Remove only the top corners and apply directly below the eye before applying eye makeup to catch eye shadow fallout. 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!