Wednesday, May 7, 2014
How to make those big blue eyes pop
missing the art of enhancing your eyes and letting them really pop! Blue eyes for example wont stand out with
eye shadow that enhances brown eyes and vice versa, each eye color has its own colors of eye shadow that
work best for them. So my focus today will be to help you find the best eye shadow for blue eyes. My first tip will be to not put blue on blue, meaning do not wear blue eye shadow if your eyes are blue. It does absolutely nothing for the appearance of your eyes. In today's fashion nothing is super matchy, no one wears
one set color from head to toe because it's bland and the same goes for your makeup. My second tip is to try a brown, a light purple, or a Hollywood favorite the "smoky eye". The color brown will be neutral and not overpowering, thus will allow your blue eyes to show through without masking them. The light purple will play off of the contrast of your eyes by creating almost a 3D effect which will give your eyes the lead role. The "smokey eye" look will give a blue eye a sexy sultry look that's perfect for evenings or nights. The shadowy look around the eyes will create an almost midnight sky and make the blue eye the piercing moon. My third tip is to never cake makeup on your eyes. Once again , this is an art form and has to be treated as one. No one wants heavy eyelids or running the risk of having eye shadow fall into their eyes. My fourth tip is to find out what brand looks better on you. Just because a friend swears by something doesn't mean that it will look the best on you some ladies perfer name brands like Revlon, L'oreal, Maybeline, or Covergirl to name a few, which are very popular and are high quality. While some other women purchase the cheaper brands at their local grocery or dollar stores. Trial and error will help you try different products and ultimately find what works for you best. Eye shadow is sold at so many chains of stores worldwide, anywhere from Walmart to CVS pharmacy to Family Dollar, prices vary depending on the store and brand. My fifth and final tip is to have fun with it, be creative, explore all of your options, try different things, and learn to master the art of what really makes your blue eyes pop.