For multifarious people, bright-coloured makeup – greens, yellows, blues and purples – lone see the light of day in summer. It’s the burgundys, browns and creams that upon out for winter. But bold eyeliner is the perfect way to add a pop of colour to your false impression without looking like you are stuck in another season. With yellow and red entirety this autumn and winter’s big colours, as seen in shops and on catwalks, I’ve been uplifted to wear my yellow liner loud and proud. Here is how I get a cretinous, colourful look, focusing on making a statement with my recognitions but at the same time keeping the rest of my makeup as neutral as workable.
I begin by applying makeup to my face – a primer and grounds followed by a loose powder to set everything in place. Then I tend foundation on top of my eyelids to cancel out any discoloration. The colourblend HD camera-ready establishment in the shade C10 (via Flawlessshades.com, £21.00) is ideal as it has a lovely fertile and warm tone, which works to colour correct nearly my eye.
I set the foundation on my eyelids with a baggy powder, which will help any the other products put to use later to sit better. I do this with the Sacha Cosmetics buttercup banana effect (via Superdrug, £19.99) as it helps brighten eyelids and creates a talented base. It is a light-textured powder that does not feel awful on the eyes. There are different colours available for different derma tones – the banana powder is a perfect tone for deeper complexions.
To add a little bit of depth and explication before I apply my eyeliner, I like to blend a warm brown-toned eye veil in the crease of my eye and on my lower lash line. I love the shade Maggoty Rich by Buxom Cosmetics (via Debenhams, £8), as it is a perfect weight of brown and orange with an easily blendable texture.
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Once my eye is prepped and close to, I begin applying eyeliner across my lash line in stinting strokes and try to keep a sharp wing at the end. The Nyx Cosmetics Vivid Brights liner bracket (via Boots, £5.50) is great – the thin brush makes the attention process easier and the different range of shades complement every peel tone beautifully. I use the colour Halo – a brilliant bright yellow.
Then I accomplished my look by applying mascara on both my top and bottom lashes to add description. I use the Nip + Fab mascara (via Superdrug, £9.95), a jet black with a perfect grove and attractive price, to give both volume and length where call for.
Be bold, be bright: try out different colours and see what works most talented with your skin tone, and your outfit.
•Result from Hani Sidow on Instagram @hanihanss