Spring is coming. Although I sure wish it would get here now! To help it along, here are 3 bright and bold eye makeup looks and how you can get using affordable and easy to find products at Target.
Bold Ocean Blue
Get this gorgeous and daring look using Maybelline Color Tattoo shadows, with a dab of L’Oreal infallible Eyeshadow at the inner eye. The key to this look is to graduate the teal into the blue, with the blue staying predominate, and then add purple to the brow bone with very little blending. Line the lids with a black liner, and get full gorgeous lashes with Sonia Kashuk Full Glam Eyelashes. Add a vivid lip color to your lips, such as one of the Maybelline Sensational Vivids, to round out this bold spring look.
Fuchsia and Teal
Get this look with the teal and fuchsia shades in the pictured L’Oreal Colour Riche Quad. Place the teal color on the upper lid,and blend to slightly above the crease. If you prefer more blue than teal, try the Color Tattoo from the first look instead. You can highlight the brow bone with the light shade in the quad and blend it with the fuchsia to obtain the pink shade in the photo. Line the eyes with Maybelline Eye Studio Master Drama Liner, and get beautiful lashes with CoverGirl Clump Crusher Mascara. I am seriously in love with that mascara!
Daring Yellow and Coral Orange
Finally, you can get this unique and bright look using the Maybelline Eye Studio Color Plush Quad. Apply the coral shade to the lids and slightly above the crease, building it in intensity at the outer edge. Use a damp brush to get the most vivid results. Apply yellow to the brow bone and, using a press or liner brush, apply the plum shade under the lid, sweeping it up to form a cat’s eye. Line the lids with Sonia Kashuk Jet Set Liquid Liner and grab that ClumpCrusher Mascara for perfect lashes.
I love all three of these looks and, best of all, they are all super affordable with items that you can find easily at Target!
It’s Time for Springtime.
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