If you've ever been inspired by makeup looks you've seen on the catwalk, we have some good news - it seems as though you can take these trends to the streets.
Though The New York Times initially qualified silver eye cosmetics shown off on the runway as "a hothouse exotic that wouldn’t survive outside a fashion show," the makeup artist in charge of the futuristic look says this simply isn't so.
"Metallics are unique, modern and chic," Pat McGrath told the news source. "But most of all, they are completely wearable on every skin tone."
To get the most of this metallurgic glam, McGrath suggests applying sparkly eyeshadow to one's lid (extending it up to your browbone may overwhelm a day-to-day look). Black liquid eyeliner and mascara will complete this eye-catching detail.
For a high-performance mascara that will survive a full day of activity or a night on the town, use blinc Mascara for its water-resistant, long-lasting qualities.