TOP SUMMER EYE MAKE-UP TRENDS

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MAKE YOUR EYE’S POP THIS SUMMER!

Shouldn’t your eye makeup be as easy as the living is during the summer time?  Having a “go to” look in your beauty arsenal will help remove some of the guesswork when it comes to getting ready for your summer activities. Look for products that are long-wearing, water, and heat and humidity resistant to help increase their staying power and prevent makeup meltdown. Bonus points if it can multitask. Here are a few no fuss looks that will have you making eyes in no time!

PICK A COLOR, ANY COLOR Screenshot_2017-06-04-15-14-40-1 (2)

Summer is the perfect time to play with color even if you’re normally a neutral kind of gal. Sweep your favorite shade over the entire eyelid and directly below your bottom lash line and you’re done. Could it get any easier?

 

LOTS OF LASHES 

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Volumizing mascara wiggled into lashes from root to tip or a set of falsies will show off your peepers and allow you to skip the eyeliner if you wish. Use a soft color on your eyelids, lips, and cheeks, and a matte or shimmer for a minimalist look that will have all eyes on YOU!

 

SMOKEY MADE EASY 

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Outline your eyes top and bottom with a long wearing eyeliner pencil or gel, then smudge until it looks like you slept in it. Use blue, purple, or teal for a pop of color or choose something sultry like black, grey, or bronze to add a little drama. Wear it matte or glossy, the choice is yours.

 

NATURAL BEAUTY

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Keep it simple with a nude eye and perfectly groomed brow. Apply a cream eyeshadow in a shade close to your natural skin tone then use a flat brush to tightline on the waterline under lashes on top. Add mascara and you’re all set. Brows only need a subtle outline and fill. No harsh lines for this look or it might end up like a Nike swoosh on your forehead.

 

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