October 08, 2015
Eyliners that Pop!
If you want an alternative to the black winged eye look, try this dark green liquid eyeliner. I think it makes blue gray eyes look fierce green. I love it!
Revlon Electric Blue:
While I admire the bold blue pigment of this liner, it's a bit too retro for my taste. It reminds me of the days of side pony tails, neon leggings, and leg warmers when blue eye products were all the rage. If you are looking for a neon blue liner, then this is perfect, but it just wasn't my taste.
Hard Candy Walk The Line - Magenta Madness:
I love playing with bold eye colors, and love this eye look with the magenta liner under the black liner wing. It's great for double lining the eye and making it pop!
Sephora Wink It Waterproof Felt Tip Liner in 07 Mojito:
This was my first experience with pastel eyeliners and I thought it would look too youthful for me, but I absolutely LOVED this eye look. I used mints/purples and pinks. I did a double liner - black and this mojito. I think it really makes the eyes stand out, and was a nice contrast to the dark black. I'd suggest this for anyone who loves to play with color and make up!
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