It symbolizes protection, stability, peace and confidence, as well as encouraging deep thinking, open awareness and communication. In an unexpected turn of events, Pantone also decided to characterize this color of the year with other sensory experiences. The classic blue comes after Pantone's Living Coral of the Year, and was announced with a "multi-sensory experience" including vision, sound, texture, smell and taste. It's the first multi-sensory color in history, and the brand offers ways to relate color to each of its five senses (it feels like velvet and has elegance).
Blue has always been part of the make-up routines of women around the world. It is one of the colors that can serve as the primary color and backbone of makeup or can be used as an accessory, exception and element of surprise.
Quality smokey eyes can always blend in with the classic blue. A velvety or metallic blue moment on the eyes can always attract attention. Of course it can be subtle, and combined with slightly darker shades, and it can be very eclectic in combination with purple and even the opposite color like yellow. It all depends on how much you are willing to experiment with and for what occasion.
Simple graphic elements on the eyelids are always IN, and it can also be a straight stroke of the shower and the eyes, right at the edge of the eyelashes. You can also play around with the shades and brightness of the blue shower, as well as combine it with interesting accessories that will play on the lower eyelid.
I believe that each of us has at least one blue mascara somewhere in some drawer, shelf or cosmetic bag. It's just that blue mascara is a departure from classic black, but it still stands in everyone's safe zone. Apply blue mascara to the lower eyelashes to further emphasize the color of the eyes, but be careful about the thorough preparation and covering of the eyes, so that you do not get tired eyes.
One of the easiest ways to wear classic blue is with nail polish. It can be combined with any outfit, is just a small addition of nail color and can easily serve as a transitional element in more daring make-up ideas.