Why does my eye shadow always crease at the end of the day?

Why does my eye shadow always crease at the end of the day?

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I put eyeshadow on, then about 4 hours later, it`s wet and all pushed into my crease!! I don`t know how t ofix it, it also happens with my eyeliner.
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They also make eye shadow creams and pencils that are waterproof and don't smudge! Like Maybelline and NYX.
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Definitely try an eyelid primer. That will help your eye shadow stay put longer. I like the Photo Finish lid primer by Smashbox.
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Definitely try an eyelid primer. That will help your eye shadow stay put longer. I like the Photo Finish lid primer by Smashbox.
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Thanks everyone :)
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well, primer would help. eye primer helps your eyeshadow color stick and stay longer..
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try using a primer that should do the job.x
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Try using a lid primer. Smashbox Photo Finish Lid Primer is amazing. It goes on like concealer, (natural color) and the eyeshadow adheres to the primer making your eyeshadow last throughout the day! I use it everyday! Your lids may be a bit oily but the primer will help matte out the oil. As far as eyeliner....try applying some powder eyeshadow the same color as your liner over to "set" the liner. You can also try a waterproof gel/liquid liner for more staying power. Maybelline makes great gel eyeliners that stay in place! Hope this helps!
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Put on a base primer before your eyeshadow (: it will help it stay on longer.
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Well, you should clean your eyes with an eye-makeup remover every time you wake up, and before you go to bed. The reason for this is that you might not be getting all of your makeup off when you clean your eyes. All of that excess residue and eye shadow builds up and up and when you put your eye shadow on, it all combines with the gunk and residue on the eyes that was left over from the last time you cleaned them. So keep wiping your eyes with a good eye-makeup remover. Hope I helped!
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