Fashion Week totally inspired me to make some changes in my own makeup wardrobe for spring. I’ve said a temporary goodbye to wearing darker liners for day, focusing instead on a look that’s vibrant and youthful with golds, peaches, taupes, and cool blues.
Estee Lauder encompasses the look of spring with their Bronze Goddess collection using these shades to bring out the brightest eyes possible regardless what your eye color happens to be. Updating can be as easy as a new shadow palette with 6 silky colors that glide on and blend easily, and chances are you don’t have a dual ended pencil with colors that rival the Caribbean Sea.
Since it’s a limited edition, you’ll want to grab up this pencil in Aqua Teal, then wonder how you lived without it. Don’t let the 80’s keep you from a gorgeous blue option, it’s all about application. Line your lashes on top the way you normally would and smear the color up over your lid with your fingers, press any of the eyeshadow colors over it from the Sand & Sea palette and you’ve got yourself a custom color with lots of dimension and staying power.
You can also add just a flash of color by lining the inner corners of your eyes making the whites of your eyes look whiter, useful for when you need a little pick me up. Another option is adding the blue to the bottom lash line only, a fun technique that really pops when the line is just a little bit on the thicker side- great for nighttime.