If you’re the kind of woman who spends more than five minutes trying to perfect your eyeliner application, you’ll be glad to know that there’s an easier way to rock black eyeliner without having to worry about perfection.
Even though you want your lips to be perfectly kissable on New Year’s Eve, winter weather has other ideas in mind.
If you haven’t decided on a festive makeup look for New Year’s Eve yet, don’t worry.
If you’re gearing up for a fun night out this New Year’s Eve, you’re probably looking for a few ways to make your appearance flawless.
Strong eyebrows were the focus of practically every runway show this year, and it’s safe to say that the bold brow trend will resurface in 2012.
New Year’s Eve is a time to be daring and bold about your makeup choices, so don’t even think about reaching for the same old eyeshadow and eyeliner combination.
Eyeliner is great when you want to define your eyes and make them pop, but sometimes harsh black eyeliner can be a bit jarring, especially in natural light.
You’ve probably noticed by now that red lipstick is rarely, if ever, pure red.
Most gals stick to a couple of shades of eyeshadow and rely on them to get through any occasion.
There are many colors and varieties of blush, but have you ever noticed that there’s not always a perfect match to mimic the shade your face gets when you’re actually flushed?