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  • Mix and match neutrals for an electric eye

    mix+and+match+neutrals+for+an+electric+eye_3356_800532286_0_0_14006995_300It may be counter-intuitive to suggest that one wear neutral eyeshadow colors to make her gaze pop, but that's exactly the kind of contradiction that makes the world of makeup oh-so-exciting.

    Glamour.com has had its radar on some rather brilliant eye makeup looks that have been cropping up on the red carpet as of late (we're looking at you, Olivia Munn and Diane Kruger). The two leading ladies both experimented with gray and silver shadow looks (and even pairing gray on top with bronze on the bottom), with results looking fabulous all around.

    If you're looking for a way to add some sophisticated interest to your eye makeup this summer - or perhaps even provide some much-needed balance to an outrageous outfit - consider the power of grays, browns, bronzes and creams.

    Neutrals are notoriously easy to pull off, but even the simplest eye makeup looks can greatly benefit from a coat of blinc Eyeshadow Primer. The shadow base acts as a perfect primer for any eye makeup look and resists smearing and creasing throughout the day.

  • Shimmer and shine - makeup trends for spring!

    shimmer+and+shine+makeup+trends+for+spring_3356_800720470_0_0_14049861_300Spring is just around the corner, and many parts of the country are already beginning to thaw out of their winter deep-freeze. If the sun is shining and the birds are chirping where you are, you might be thinking about updating your look for spring! Break out those dresses - and try on these makeup trends for size.

    Bright colors are back in a big way this spring. Don't shy away from electric greens, bright pinks and hot reds. Try peachy cheeks that are all aglow for the change in seasons, and top 'em off with a bright magenta lip. When it comes to your eyes, apply a few coats of tube mascara and some pencil eyeliner in navy blue.

    Since spring is all about celebrating beauty and femininity, don't shy away from shimmer and shine. Shimmery eyeshadows are a great way to bring out the natural shine in your eyes, whether you've got baby blues or some deep brown peepers. A shimmery finishing powder is also a great way to give your complexion that dewy finish we all crave.

    Whether the sun's already out or you're still waiting for the snow to melt away, it's time to start preparing for the new season - so get out those colorful cosmetics!

  • Tips to pull off nude lips with your next formal ensemble

    Over the course of the past year, nude lip color has become a trendy style in the world of fashion, as celebs embrace the "less is more" philosophy. According to InStyle.com, this look is perfect for those who love to sport daring eye makeup and can allow your peepers to become an instant focal point. So break out your favorite tube mascara and lash curler and get cracking!

    Choosing the right nude lip color will be a bit difficult, so consider talking to a makeup artist to find the right hue that suits your skin tone. With this out of the way, you can then find the perfect combination of color and sparkle in your eye makeup.

    Metallic eyeshadow is an extremely hot trend right now, and it pairs beautifully with nude lips. Use a bit of eyeshadow primer and then coat your upper lids in this hue. When combined with liquid eyeliner and a bit of tube mascara, you'll have the perfect mix of dynamic color and brilliant definition.

    Spring is almost here, so now is the perfect time to start experimenting with some of the season's best looks that are here to stay.

  • Tips to save money on your makeup expenses

    As your makeup repertoire expands over time, there are certain products that have a longer lifespan than others and can become useless after time. While products like tube mascara and liquid eyeliner will probably stay effective for a long time, powder products, bronzer and eye shadow can start to wear out pretty quick. According to Shape.com, there are some handy tips to improve their shelf life and make sure that you can wear them effectively.

    As tempting as it may be to go for that dynamic new eyeshadow shade, it may be best to go with a few versatile hues instead. You'd be surprised at the many makeup ensembles you can create by combining certain products, so go for a bunch of adaptable colors instead of trendy products.

    Most importantly, you should keep your makeup in a climate controlled environment with adequate humidity. Some cosmetics can dry out faster than others, so be sure to use these first before others to ensure that you're not wasting your money in the long run.

    Another tip is to head to a makeup store and ask for a few samples - if you're just trying something out, it's best to go for the free version!

  • Finding the right eyeshadow hue to match your eye color

    finding+the+right+eyeshadow+hue+to+match+your+eye+color_3356_800583839_0_0_7044521_300One of the most underrated aspects of eye makeup is the way that a certain hue can either work beautifully or detract from your eye color. The right eyeshadow can highlight the intensity of your eyes in ways that no other cosmetics can match.

    Blue eyes are best served when combined with a bronze, gold or warm hues like coral or orange. Or if you're feeling adventurous, pink eyeshadow provides ravishing contrast to azure eyes.

    Hazel and green eyes look best by being combined with muted shades like mauve, purple and magenta. You can also try out some brighter shades, but stick to those that are golden brown or rust to make your eyes the focal point. For the lucky ladies that have brown eyes, they are nearly an endless amount of combinations that can work with your irises, so mix and match to find the best complement.

    The best eyeshadow will fall flat if your lashes aren't up to snuff, so try blinc Mascara. This product encases your lashes in tubes that protect your makeup from flaking or smudging throughout the day. At the end of the day, the mascara can come off easily with some warm water and a bit of pressure.

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