I am into creating summer makeup routine for eyes(bright eye liners- COBALT BLUE) and also sharing my hair routine with you!
Loose beachy waves look great on everyone and are so easy to achieve. It usually takes me about 15-20 minutes to curl my entire head of hair. I always use a 1.5″ curling iron (if you have shorter hair you may want to try a 3/4″ iron.)
Contrary to the belief, you should never match your eye shadow with the color of your eyes. For example, blue eye shadow on blue eyes will just make it look dull. This does not mean blue-eyed color people should not use blue eye shadow. They can use it as long as they blend in other complimentary colors to make it more vibrant or neutral.
Brown – Brown eyed people are pretty lucky in this regard as they can experiment with the most number of colors. From amber, slate grey, charcoal, copper to lavender, most shades of purple suit brown eyes. Eye shadow shades like teal/Turquoise blue shades work well with brown eyes.
Blue eyes– Pink, orange, peach, purple, coral, wine, gray, black undertones tend to emphasize blue eyes more. Also silver color works really well with blue eyes unlike with brown eyes. Avoid any eye shadow with blue-green undertones.
Green eyes- Eye colors with red undertones like burgundy, maroon and colors like apricot, peach, plum, gray pops out and compliments the green of the eyes more than any other colors.
This wheel will give you a fair idea of what color you should opt for. Basically find out your eye color in this wheel and just see the color placed on the exact opposite of that color. For example right opposite green is placed different shades of plum and magenta which is what suits green eyes more as mentioned.
Eye Makeup: Urban Decay Glide-On Eye pencil as base in CHAOS; Water proof liquid eye liner in POOL PARTY; Use mascara to finish your look.
Watch this great video from Makeup artist Jordan Liberty on –
How to wear bright color