from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cosmetic available in various colors or tints and applied especially to the eyelids to enhance the eyes.
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- n. makeup that is put below the eye to give a darker complexion there.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a cosmetic powder or cream of a dark tint, applied on the eyelids or just under the eyebrows to accentuate the eyes. Compare
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For a change, she'd pinked her Cupid's bow mouth-tiny in comparison to Ricki's full Latino lips-and brushed on enough purple eye shadow to make Bela Lugosi look like a lifeguard.
Whether selected to hide a day sans makeup or be the dramatic curtain that reveals your most sparkling eye shadow and perfectly threaded brows, envy-inspiring sunglasses increase mystery while punctuating an artfully turned-out look.
Her black eye shadow brought out the delicate whalebone whites of her cheeks.
She applied eye shadow and lipstick and as a finishing touch, forced earring wires through the virtually grown-over holes in her lobes.