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You know that winged eyeliner is cool, but have you ever considered winging out your eyeshadow?
Sometimes wearing the same old eyeliner, shadow and mascara combination can get a little boring.
If you haven’t tried spicing up your go-to smoky-eyed look with a dash of color, it’s about time you get in on the trend because it’s going to be huge this fall, according to Cosmopolitan magazine.
Not everyone was born with luxurious lashes, but luckily, it’s easy to recreate a full-bodied look that will make your peepers pop.
Smokey shades look great on everyone, but they’re not always appropriate for the office or for daytime events where so much light can make your style look a bit overdone.
If your eyes are on the smaller side or you just want to have a more bright-eyed look, there are plenty of ways to use product and shading techniques to your advantage.
Cat-eye eyeliner is a difficult look to pull off, especially if you tend to second guess your makeup application skills.
If there’s one part of a gal’s beauty routine that can be downright tough, it’s applying eyeliner without winding up with squiggly, smudged black gunk all over your face.
When it comes to eyeshadow, your options are virtually limitless.