Eye Makeup Beauty Tips

  • An easy trick to make your eye color pop

    certain+colors+help+bring+out+your+eyes_3356_800772925_0_0_7042661_300Sometimes the best way to flatter your favorite features (your eyes, obviously!) doesn't rely on the trendiest new ways to wear liquid eyeliner or the coolest new eyeshadow colors. Instead, it's all about making the natural shade of your eyes stand out. Doing so is a piece of cake!

    According to The Beauty Department, the best way to make your eyes pop is to choose hues that are directly opposite from your eye color on the color wheel. For example, if your eyes are blue, you would choose something that's in the orange color family, like red-orange, yellow-orange, rust, rose gold or peach. Brown eyes would be flattered by blueish shades, green would do well with reddish ones and hazel would look totally awesome with purple.

    Once you've picked up a few colors that fit into the category that would complement your eyes, all it takes is some tube mascara and liquid eyeliner from blinc to define the shape of your eyes and make your lashes longer. Now that's a great look!

  • Brown liquid eyeliner and tube mascara: mauve's perfect complements

    mauve+lips+work+best+with+brown+liquid+eyeliner+and+tube+mascara_3356_800773816_0_0_14027965_300There are a lot of trendy lipstick shades being tossed around lately, but perhaps the most universally flattering one is mauve. This rosy shade can work on the lips of ladies with any skin tone, and it's pared-down enough for everyday wear, reports Glamour Magazine's beauty blog. But what kind of makeup should you pair it with?

    For cheeks, you should choose a matching mauve blush that will subtly add color without distracting from the rest of your look. Just sweep a bit onto the apples of your cheeks for a bright, fresh appearance.

    As for eyes, blinc's liquid eyeliners and tube mascaras are the perfect complement. Before you begin applying your makeup, use a heated eyelash curler to give your fringe lasting curve. Then, sweep a bit of shimmery brown eyeshadow onto your lids before applying brown liquid eyeliner along your upper and lower lash lines. Finish up with two coats of brown tube mascara, and you've got an office-appropriate look that's attractive enough for the weekend, too!

  • How to achieve the most natural eye makeup

    tons+of+makeup+isn+t+necessary+but+the+right+products+are_3356_800773801_0_0_14010024_300Not all women are comfortable with trying out the latest eye makeup trends and giving their peepers extra definition. If you'd rather rely on subtle makeup to enhance your features, it's easy to do so with the right blinc cosmetics.

    Instead of eyeshadow, People Magazine recommends using bronzer to give your eyes a bit more depth without seeming unnatural. Apply the bronzer from your lash lines all the way up to your brows, focusing a bit more on the creases. If you want a slightly different look for nighttime, find a bronzer with shimmer.

    Now, use a heated eyelash curler to give your lashes curves and make your eyes appear slightly wider. Apply a thin line of brown liquid eyeliner from the middle of your upper lash lines to the outer corners, being careful to stick as close to the roots as possible. Do the same on your lower lash lines, starting from the center. To finish, just use a coat of brown tube mascara for a bit of extra length. Still looks like you in the mirror, doesn't it?

  • Getting your liquid eyeliner to the root of the matter

    getting+right+down+to+the+roots+will+amp+up+the+impact+of+your+liquid+eyeliner+and+tube+mascara_3356_800773404_0_0_7042660_300One of the main reasons why liquid eyeliner is a mainstay in most women's makeup bags is because it does a great job of adding definition to your eyes. It makes your lashes appear darker, which helps to highlight the shape of your peepers, and it can also be applied to make your eyes look bigger. But to get all of these benefits, you have to get to the roots.

    Glamour Magazine's beauty blog recommends putting on your liquid eyeliners as close to your lash lines as possible. This will ensure that you're not getting an awkward hovering effect above your fringe. It's best to do this by closing your eye and steadying your hand on something like a vanity or countertop for support. Then, wiggle the applicator back and forth across your lash lines.

    This method should help you get right down into the roots of your lashes, making them appear thicker and darker. It also helps to use a pencil eyeliner on your inner rims - being sure not to forget your upper lid. Of course, a generous helping of tube mascara applied near the roots of your fringe will also thicken up your lashes. You can get it down there by wiggling the wand back and forth at the bottom before you swipe upward.

  • A liquid eyeliner trick to make your eyes look bigger

    this+application+trick+can+help+your+eyes+look+bigger_3356_800773403_0_0_14052084_300By now, you know that blinc's liquid eyeliner can help pump up the volume of your lash line and help define the shape of your eyes. But did you know that the right application can also make your eyes look a bit larger than normal? Here's the scoop!

    According to Glamour Magazine's beauty blog, using liquid eyeliners across your entire upper lash line can make your eyes appear a bit smaller by making the size of your peepers more noticeable. To sidestep that effect, apply your liquid eyeliner to your lash line starting somewhere near the center above your pupil and extending it to your outer corners. You can go a bit further out if you're looking for a more retro vibe.

    The same concept can be applied to your lower lash line, as well as you water line (but you'll need a pencil liner for this). To make the eye-opening application even more effective, use more tube mascara on the lashes near your outer corners. Step back and take a look at yourself in the mirror afterward. You'll probably notice a big difference!

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