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Eyebrow Mousse

  • Anne Hathaway's French-chic appeal

    anne+hathaway+s+french+chic+appeal_3356_800247514_0_0_7074857_300Something about the look of a Frenchwoman has long kept the rapt attention of the world. And while she may have been born in New York, Anne Hathaway recently embodied an effortlessly chic French-style.

    At the New York premiere of her new film, Love and Other Drugs, Hathaway paired sultry dark eyes with a simple neutral lip for a classy, come-hither look.

    Luckily for women eager to copy Hathaway, makeup artist Kate Lee told BellaSugar.com how she made Anne so lovely.

    For her eyes, Lee drew a thin delicate line on Hathaway's upper lids using black eyeliner that she winged just barely past the corners. Next, she swept pale shimmery cream shadow onto her lids, as well as just a touch of black matte eyeshadow to the corners. Lee highlighted the browbone and inner corners of the eyes with a beige pigment. Finally, she gave Anne feathery fringes with a couple coats of black mascara.

    Sultry lashes are a requirement for any stroll through Paris, but Hathaway really nails the look because of her naturally thick, arched brows. Remember - the secret of a Frenchgirl is that she knows when to give and when to take it away, and when it comes to eyebrows, she never withholds. Use blinc Eyebrow Mousse to create strong, classy arches.

  • Tips to rocking smoky eye makeup

    When searching for a quick and easy way to infuse your look with sex-appeal, the answer is simple - sport smoky eye makeup. This show-stopping application is both sultry and glamorous, but is known to be a bit tricky. Luckily, there are a few expert tips that can help you to create a flawless smoky eye.

    While women often concentrate on the dark pigments needed to make their stare smolder, a light-colored shadow may be equally important when you're applying the smoky makeup.

    "Using an eye brightener or highlighter helps balance out sexy but dark eye makeup," celebrity makeup artist Laura Gellar told More magazine. "Just dab the pearly cream in the inner corner of the eye and under the brow."

    Additionally, experts urge you to pay attention to your arches as well.

    "Nothing ages a face like made-up eyes topped off by nonexistent brows," makeup artist Johanna Schlip told the publication.

    Use blinc Eyebrow Mousse to subtly enhance your arches. The lightweight formula makes brows appear naturally fuller and more defined, and is designed to last for hours.

  • Perfect eye makeup to pair with thick brows

    perfect+eye+makeup+to+pair+with+thick+brows_3356_800264169_0_0_7070092_300While thin brows have been popular in the past, thicker arches are currently all the rage. But what's the best eye makeup to pair with full brows?

    Avoid deep, matte shadows - these pigments can make your entire eye area look dark and gloomy. Instead, opt for bright-colored powders and formulas with a lot of shimmer. These products will provide a nice contrast to the fullness of your brows.

    When applying shadow, be careful not to extend the pigment past your crease. Concentrating color on your lids will keep the look light. If you go above your crease, your shadow can blend into your brows, creating unattractive blocks of color from your lash lines to the top of your arches.

    Eyeliner is a great way to add a bit of color without running the risk of a heavy-looking application.

    If you love the look of thick brows but weren't blessed with naturally full arches, you can still embrace this trend by using blinc Eyebrow Mousse. The lightweight formula fills in sparse brows and enhances light arches with natural-looking pigment. Additionally, blinc Eyebrow Mousse is formulated to condition the skin beneath your brows - what a treat!

  • Eyebrow Mousse: The perfect product for gals with black hair

    While raven-haired beauties are often praised for their lush locks and equally striking eyebrows, ladies with dark hair can often run into an unfortunate problem when enhancing their brows.

    According to Allure magazine, it can be exceptionally difficult for women with black tresses to find a brow product that matches their hair. "Typically, brow pencils come in only taupe and brown...neither of which looks natural on black hair," the news source reports.

    However, women with dark arches aren't totally out of luck, though they may want to put down the pencil. Instead, gals should pick up blinc Eyebrow Mousse to emphasize their arches. The lightweight formula enhances brows without appearing severe or overdone, and even conditions the skin beneath the brows.

    Best of all? It's available in a wide range of shades, including Black and Dark Brunette, and won't smudge or fade, which is a blessing for those with dark arches and pale skin. After all, the last thing you want to worry about is whether or not your brow makeup is running!

  • Get bronzed without hitting the beach

    get+bronzed+without+hitting+the+beach_3356_800269958_0_0_7051329_300Technology evolves quickly, and so does style - though certain looks keep coming back for a reason. As for the Bronze Age, it'll never be archaic, at least when it comes to eye makeup.

    Mila Kunis demonstrated this all too well with minxy metallic eyes at a recent event. Kunis wore shimmery shadow in lovely pink and bronze tones that she swept on her upper and lower lids.

    She used a bit of gold shadow to highlight the inner corners of her eyes and her bottom lash line. To finish off the sultry look, she applied soft warm pinks on her lips and cheeks and paired with a strong brow. Finally, she used a couple coats of black mascara to create subtle spidery lashes on both upper and lower lids.

    Luckily for all, bronze and gold eyeshadow flatters just about any woman, so creating this beachy glow is not far beyond your grasp.

    If you weren't naturally blessed with thick, beautiful brows, you can complete the look with blinc Eyebrow Mousse. The formula comes in a variety of natural colors to match your hair, and will restore fullness to sparse brows.

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