Okay, so it’s been a minute since I’ve rocked a crazy bright makeup look. Such looks take time and let’s face it, I am fresh out of that seasoning. But let’s not forget about some of the bright looks that I cranked out once upon a time. Oh yes, girl…I was fancy back in the day. And shoot, give me a few months and I’ll get back into the swing of things. In the meantime, check out some of the bright looks that I’ve featured on Clumps of Mascara…
Ahhh yessss, rainbow eyes! I very rarely wear red or orange eyeshadow because um, exactly WHERE can you wear it without looking a bit out there? Especially in my line of work. But when I’m off to a beauty event or hangin’ out with the girls. I’m not the best at blending my eyeshadow but the key is finding working with colors in the same spectrum. Red and orange is such the perfect combination and makes blending so much easier.
Why so blue, uh? I love blue eyeshadow. It’s another eyeshadow color that I don’t wear often enough mainly because it takes me forever to blend blues. I can’t just put it on the lid and keep on goin’. But that’s okay because playing around with blue eyeshadow is an adventure, yo.
And then there are purple-y/magenta – I’m just a wee bit obsessed with these kind of shades on my lips so I love that I can find eyeshadows that give me the look that I’m yearning for. But as bright as magenta can be on the lids, I love being able to tone it down with a bit of brown eyeshadow in my crease. That plus a nice highlighter gives me an insanely bright but beautiful look.
But my next venture into bright eyeshadow look is going to be using this palette…
This L’Oreal Colour Riche eyeshadow palette can be scooped up at Target. And I’ve soooo got my eyes on some of those other palettes. And that Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner Pen too.
I can’t wait to start cranking out more bright eyeshadow looks this season. Are you a fan of brighter looks or not so much?
It’s Time for Springtime.
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