Definition of eyeshadow in English:

eyeshadow

Syllabification: eye·shad·ow
Pronunciation: /ˈīˌSHadō
 
/

noun

A colored cosmetic, typically in powder form, applied to the eyelids or to the skin around the eyes to accentuate them.
More example sentences
  • Blue eyeshadow painted her eyelids while dark ebony traced her closed eyes.
  • She took out some foundation, lipstick, lipgloss, mascara, eyeliner and eyeshadow and looked at my face for a minute.
  • I scrabble frantically for concealer and eyeliner, lip gloss and eyeshadow.

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