Eva Longoria has recently come under a lot of heat (and camera flash) for her uber-reflective concealer application. Eva unknowingly stepped outside recently wearing concealer that was visible in the light, making for ghostly white patches that contrasted sharply with her bronze complexion.
"To be fair to Eva, the concealer definitely didn't look like that in the bathroom mirror. A lot of cosmetics have reflective particles in them to add a bit of extra glow. Unfortunately, these particles can make for one alien-looking photo op," says StyleBistro.
To avoid this pitfall, ladies may want to consider going easier on the concealer and trying other methods of creating an alert, aware gaze.
A few coats of good mascara will instantly wake up tired eyes and will look just fine under any lighting, especially one with a long-lasting, water resistant formula like blinc Mascara. The mascara encases lashes in miniature tubes rather than going on as a paint, providing optimum all-day hold for lashes without the harshness of regular waterproof formulas.
For a particularly eye-opening look, opt for navy blue mascara, as the hue will make the whites of your eyes appear brighter.