LOTW- Got The Blues?


Love the color blue? Want to learn how to wear this trendy color, without looking like Mimi from the Drew Carey Show? There are so many great perks about wearing blue. First, it makes the whites of your eyes look whiter. Second, it opens the eyes wider. And lastly, it is a fun way to be a little bit edgy; without feeling like you are trying to be a teen. You can go dark/navy blue, there is bright/electric blue, there is a light/sky blue; so many options and ways to wear it.

This season the trend is to wear the lighter shades of blue under your eye. This will give your eyes a wider, more open look. If you favor the darker, bolder blues, it is best to wear this on your upper lash line to amp up the edge. If you are going to rocking the blue, then it is best to keep all of your other makeup very neutral and natural.

MakeUp Needed-

  • MAC Eyeshadow- Brulee
  • MAC Eyeshadow- Omega
  • Rimmel Eyeliner- Navy
  • No7 Lift and Luminate Foundation
  • Bobbie Brown blush- Antigua
  • No7 Lipstick- Rumor
  • Benefit- They’re Real Mascara

Step 1-
Apply Brulee all over your eyelid- from lash to eyebrow.

Step 2-
Apply Omega into your crease, using windshield type motions.

Step 3-
Apply Navy eyeliner to your upper lash line. For a nice winged look, make the outer corners a bit thicker and thin it out as you move inward.

Step 4-
Stipple on your foundation where you need it most. Think under your eyes, around your nose, on your forehead and on your chin.

Step 5-
Blend in foundation using small circular motions all over your face.

Step 6-
Apply blush, starting at your hairline and moving down your cheekbone.

Step 7-
Swipe lipstick on your lips.

Step 8-
As always, last but not least, curl your eyelashes and apply your mascara.

This is a quick and simple look, yet you will look pulled together, chic and trendy. So how about you, would you be able to pull off the blue eyeliner trend? What are your thoughts on it?




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