Wet your shadowThis can transform any shadow into a deeper, richer color. I use a little plastic dish to put a small amount of water in, then I wet my eyeshadow brush and put it in the powder eyeshadow. Swirl it around until you can see the powder and water starting to mix. This makes your eyeshadow more pigmented and gives it incredible staying power...without the crease-ability of a cream shadow.
Heat your curlerTake your blowdryer, on the "hot" setting, and shoot it for 10 seconds on your eyelash curler. Test the metal with your finger to make sure it isn't too hot (so you don't burn your skin). Then, curl your lashes as usual. I find that it not only gives it more curl, but it lasts longer. It works great if done correctly...but PLEASE take care when trying this one!!
Light your liner
Before applying your eyeliner, use a lighter or a match and hold the flame to the tip of your liner pencil for just a few seconds. This helps the pencil glide on easier and it makes the color more intense. Don't hold the flame there for too long or you'll have a mess on your hands. And, again, be careful not to get it too hot so you don't burn yourself!