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  • Tips to save money on your makeup expenses

    As your makeup repertoire expands over time, there are certain products that have a longer lifespan than others and can become useless after time. While products like tube mascara and liquid eyeliner will probably stay effective for a long time, powder products, bronzer and eye shadow can start to wear out pretty quick. According to Shape.com, there are some handy tips to improve their shelf life and make sure that you can wear them effectively.

    As tempting as it may be to go for that dynamic new eyeshadow shade, it may be best to go with a few versatile hues instead. You'd be surprised at the many makeup ensembles you can create by combining certain products, so go for a bunch of adaptable colors instead of trendy products.

    Most importantly, you should keep your makeup in a climate controlled environment with adequate humidity. Some cosmetics can dry out faster than others, so be sure to use these first before others to ensure that you're not wasting your money in the long run.

    Another tip is to head to a makeup store and ask for a few samples - if you're just trying something out, it's best to go for the free version!

  • Finding the right eyeshadow hue to match your eye color

    finding+the+right+eyeshadow+hue+to+match+your+eye+color_3356_800583839_0_0_7044521_300One of the most underrated aspects of eye makeup is the way that a certain hue can either work beautifully or detract from your eye color. The right eyeshadow can highlight the intensity of your eyes in ways that no other cosmetics can match.

    Blue eyes are best served when combined with a bronze, gold or warm hues like coral or orange. Or if you're feeling adventurous, pink eyeshadow provides ravishing contrast to azure eyes.

    Hazel and green eyes look best by being combined with muted shades like mauve, purple and magenta. You can also try out some brighter shades, but stick to those that are golden brown or rust to make your eyes the focal point. For the lucky ladies that have brown eyes, they are nearly an endless amount of combinations that can work with your irises, so mix and match to find the best complement.

    The best eyeshadow will fall flat if your lashes aren't up to snuff, so try blinc Mascara. This product encases your lashes in tubes that protect your makeup from flaking or smudging throughout the day. At the end of the day, the mascara can come off easily with some warm water and a bit of pressure.

  • Neon eyeliner abuzz for spring?

    neon+eyeliner+abuzz+for+spring_3356_800291801_0_0_7070090_300We've seen pastels, watercolors and barely-there eye makeup lining up for spring, but perhaps these wishy-washy tendencies are about to be balanced by something a little more electrifying.

    According to analysts at Allure.com, neon eyeliner will work just as well for everyday women as it does for the runway models that have been sporting the stuff as of late. The liner can be worn in a range of thicknesses and you can apply it to various parts of your eyes for different effects. The news source reports that this can often make for an "[updated] mod look" and a scintillating alternative to dark, smoky eyes.

    For eyes that up the voltage level this spring, go wild in your selection of cobalt blue, lime green, barbie pink, or primary yellow eyeliner. For a relatively moderate daytime look, draw a thin line on just your top lid - you can go all the way around and thicken it up too once you're out on the town.

    To finish the look, apply a few coats of blinc Mascara for stand-out lashes. Its water-resistant tubing formula will stay on your lashes without flaking or smudging, so your vibrant color will get all the attention.

  • Matching your eye makeup with your accessories

    matching+your+eye+makeup+with+your+accessories_3356_800562387_0_0_14007847_300While many celebs strive to match their eye makeup with their outfits, for the everyday fashionista, it's a lot easier to pair your eyeshadow and eyeliner with your accessories. If you have a pair of colorful earrings or a stack of bangle bracelets you've been dying to wear, pairing them with a similar shade of eye makeup can create a clean and uniform look for any occasion.

    When pairing your cosmetics to match your accessories, a good rule of thumb is to wear a neutral outfit that won't detract from your style choices. The neutral backdrop will add more gravity to your color choices and allow them to shine through.

    For chic summer style, use a mellow gold eyeliner or a soft eyeshadow around your lids and then pair it with teardrop earrings in a similar hue. This delightful mix of similar colors will have striking impact in a formal or casual ensemble.

    Before you apply your new shade of eye makeup, be sure to prep your eyes with blinc Eye Shadow Primer. This handy product will stop your cosmetics from running, smudging or creasing throughout the day and can moisturize your skin after a week's use.

  • The perfect makeup to enhance your minimalist ensemble

    Whether it's a reaction to the complicated styles of past years or an answer to the bright and bold prints of the summer, one of fall's biggest trends is minimalism. Women are forgoing intricate, patterned ensembles for neutral-colored outfits that boast little embellishment.

    However, it can be tricky to determine what type of makeup pairs best with an otherwise pared-down look. Should you opt for no makeup at all or simply stick to a color palette similar to the hues in your outfit? Interestingly enough, the answer seems to be quite the opposite.

    According to celebrity stylist Mary Alice Stephenson, women should use their makeup or nail polish to add a pop of color to the neutral tones of the minimalist look, StyleList.com reports. She added that a bold red or pink lip is a wonderful addition to a camel or gray-hued get-up.

    When rocking bright lipstick, it is important to keep the rest of your makeup simple. Subtly define your eyes with black water-resistant mascara (though blondes and redheads may want to use brown mascara, as it will look more natural on lighter lashes) and a light dusting of nude shadow that boasts a slight shimmer.

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