t really really helps in getting that look, if you follow her book (which is fairly simple when it comes to eyeshadow, but with pictures it's better as you see the differences just some small changes, the angle and how much you fill in and where). Why, because the ANGLE and LENGTH of the shaper varies according to which side you pick, which touches on the bottom area of your eye too (lower lashline) so it gives a "complete" and "contained" result rather than vague and scattered - and so when you line up the corner of the eye with the marked spot, you get a different effect every time without issue. Like the Kat eye side is very, horizontal, and length wise it goes out a fair way. So you get a different shape from the career, or smokey. Smokey is interesting, if you fill in your whole lid when using it, you get the exact smokey look (without it looking messy and like overkill) that looks *RIGHT*. And *complete* with just 1-3 eyeshadows (1 as base, one for the dark shaping effect, and one to blend out and highlight). It's exactly right for her "system" -
Simply having the case with shaper makes it the perfect reusable shadow tool, easy to store, and organize on dressing table.
It's rather obvious but I see no one has yet to state the coolness of this product. It's a do it yourself or ask your makeup artist nicely to use it on you ♥ but hello there are 4 different types of do perfect eyeshadow. I adore these, and have a few. Super easy to use, travel with, and the at home everyday perfect eyeshadow shapper. All make up colors work with it and I really would not like to get my eyeshadow now without this. So why not look amazing!? Well It sure makes it easy, as all Alexis Vogel products do.