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Add shadow under Top_bar

I have a question about my problem. I want to have a shadow between the Top_bar / menu (on the home page between Top_bar and Slider).
On the second pages without slider is it not a problem, because I've got it through CSS. But the problem on the home page is that the slider is in the <header> and so the shadow is displayed below the slider - not below the menu.

Now I already have two solutions, but it fails in the implementation:
1. I add another class in the theme. Just how can I add a new <div> in the child theme and / or how I override the theme file? Or is it possible to add another class around the Top_bar?
2. I name to another class for the shadow, but since the Top_bar is not position: relative so I can not desired this class.

Is there already a solution for my intend or is it possible to position the shadow differently?
On request I can also attach pictures for understanding.

I hope you can help me. Thank you in advance.

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