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  • Winged eyeliner is becoming more daring in the world of fashion

    Winged liquid eyeliner was a sensation during 2011, and it seems that the style is going big and bold for 2012. According to Glamour.com, the very winged-out eyeliner look is gaining traction on red carpets all around the world, and it seems that the more daring the style, the more appealing it will be!

    Winged eyeliner is actually quite easy to throw together, and the style is only limited by how far you're willing to push it. It is done by using liquid eyeliner along the entirety of your upper lash line to your outer creases. Instead of stopping there, you need to drag the brush out and then flick upwards to create an alluring shape on the outside of your eyes.

    This style has plenty of potential to create new and dynamic shapes on the perimeter of your eyes. Best of all, it also provides stunning contrast when paired with a bright shade of eyeshadow. Just be sure to use eyeshadow primer before you apply cosmetics to prevent your makeup from smudging or creasing throughout the day.

    All in all, it looks like the Spring 2012 fashion season will be highlighted by the bold eye makeup trends that have already begun lighting up red carpets around the world.

  • Going light with liquid eyeliners and tube mascara can make you look like a celeb

    going+light+with+liquid+eyeliners+and+tube+mascara+can+make+you+look+like+a+celeb_3356_800692382_0_0_13442_300Women who want to pick up liquid eyeliner tips to help them refine their makeup routine might want to spend some time watching red carpet events. Celebrities have access to the best makeup artists in the business, so it's no wonder they're gorgeous when attending everything from award shows to movie premieres.

    One celebrity who recently showed up in style to the premiere of W.E. in New York City was Madonna. In addition to wearing an eye-popping black velvet gown with lace embellishments, the pop star chose to go light on the makeup to show off her natural beauty.

    Madonna seemingly knows no age, and her choice of makeup at the event proved it. Instead of trying to cover her imperfections, the singer wore nothing more than a little eyeliner, silver eyeshadow and mascara.

    If you want to take a cue from pop's finest, think about incorporating blinc's tube mascara and liquid eyeliners into your makeup routine. These cosmetics are all you need to look like a celebrity on a red carpet. You may not be Madonna, but you can look like her with the right makeup!

  • Bridal makeup trends to look forward to in 2012

    bridal+makeup+trends+to+look+forward+to+in+2012_3356_800693616_0_0_14018215_300With springtime on the horizon, brides-to-be all around the country are getting set to get ready for the biggest day of their lives. After they've picked out the perfect dress and designed their ceremony's decor, it's time to pick a makeup ensemble! Thankfully, many of this year's trends utilize water-resistant makeup like tube mascara and embrace a natural look, according to The Plain Dealer.

    "For the most part, they're [makeup artists] showing very soft, romantic looks. Very feminine." Wendy Fitos, a makeup artist at Just Browsing Skincare and Makeup Services, told the news source. "The biggest goal for brides is that they want to look good for the groom, but they want to feel like themselves."

    Fitos believes that brides should choose a focal point to accentuate and keep the rest of their look neutral. For instance, if a bride chooses to wear a brilliant eyeshadow, then she should keep her lips neutral. If she's wearing a bold lip color, a touch of liquid eyeliner and tube mascara is a striking eye makeup choice.

    Ultimately, it comes down to the bride's tastes and what she feels comfortable in, so don't fret! Oftentimes, a toned-down look is best and one that will allow the bride's natural beauty to shine through.

  • Selena Gomez sports a smudged eyeliner look at recent makeup event

    selena+gomez+sports+a+smudged+eyeliner+look+at+recent+makeup+event_3356_800694932_0_0_14020327_300The smoky eye look continues to be one of the most popular trends in the fashion world, and it seems that celebrities have taken it upon themselves to reinvent the look. At a recent makeup event, singer Selena Gomez put her own twist on the style by using smudged liquid eyeliner to her advantage.

    This look is a rather easy way to create a smoky eye without the use of eyeshadow. First, you'll need to use a heavy coat of eyeliner on your upper and lower lids. Then, all you need to do is take a makeup brush and smudge the makeup to your liking around the perimeter of your eyes.

    While liquid eyeliner is ideal for this style, you can also make it work with a eyeliner pencil, but you'll have to make sure that it's creamy enough to blend and provide enough coverage. Additionally, this style can work for many forms of colored eyeliner, so mix and match your favorites to find the right combo.

    Blending is another important aspect to the look - while Gomez opted for a charcoal shadow, you can combine light and dark hues to invent an entirely new style for yourself!

  • The London Eye could be a chic pairing with your club wear

    Originally made popular in the 1960s and worn by model Jean Shrimpton, the London Eye is a dazzling eye makeup look that has made a huge comeback in the fashion world. According to ThisIsLondon.co.uk, the look uses liquid eyeliner in similar shapes along the upper and lower lash lines to create a dynamic arrangement.

    "Create an aerodynamic, Shrimpton-like shape that lifts the eye by mirroring the curve of the liner beneath the eye," MAC director of UK artistry, Terry Barber told the news source.

    The style is quite easy to put together, but it may require a bit of trial and error to get the desired shape. All you need to do is put liquid eyeliner along your upper and lower lash line and then use a brush to manipulate it into the shape that you'd like.

    To give your eye makeup a sensational finish, use a touch of silver eyeshadow on your inner creases and blend it together with your black eyeliner. The result will be a stunning transition from metallic to dark hues that will help your peepers become the focal point of your ensemble.

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