The latest in a series of trends - a paired mascara and eyeshadow, is certainly worth adjusting to daily wear. Every mascara has its own special powers. Blue mascara is great for highlighting white in your eyes, giving a restful appearance and visually increasing eyes. Deep purple is ideal for highlighting brown tones and hazel colors.
Golden eyeshadow + Gold Mascara
If your dark brown eyes have little warmth, you can count on the golden tones of the eyeshadows and mascara to lift them further. The Viseart Petit Pro I palette contains a beautiful golden shade, a creamy texture that easily melt with the skin and gives an intense, truly golden look to the skin. Apply the shadow over the entire lid, apply a fold of the eye, then gently blend against the outer edges. This way, you will give a shine, but also a contour, and a definition of the eye. If you have smaller eyes and a little folding area of the eyelid, take the eyeshadow up to the eyebrow.
Gold has a special connection with blue. Cold, blue eyes just pop with a golden tone. Tom Ford LASH AND BROW TINT in the shade of Copper will define eyebrows and eyelashes.
Turquoise eyeshadow + turquoise mascara
Another shade that is well known to all of us. We love to use it in summer just because it fits with warm and cool skin tones, but also with eye color. Kiko Milano High Pigment Wet and Dry Eyeshadow in Pearly Turquoise, can be applied with a wet and dry technique. Wet technique uses wet medium, such as thermal spray water. The benefits of applying a shade with a wet technique is the long-lasting pigmentation of the eyeshadow. The guide is applied to a flat brush, which then applies the shade directly to the lid. Apply the shade to the folding part of the eyelid, repeat the action until you are satisfied with the coverage power and the pigmentation of the shade, then blend the edges with a dry shade and a soft brush.
Color Pop mascara in the Kiss 'n’ teal is an excellent choice for achieving pigmented, defined and voluminously defined eyelashes.
Purple Eyeshadow + Purple Mascara
You can also play with different shades of violet. Take a slightly cool shade of purple, such as the Milk Make-up Eye pigment in the shade Rave or even in Jam room. Creamy eyeshadows are easy to use, they can be applied with fingertips without any problems and everything you need for a complete look is three layers of purple mascara. Try PUPA Vamp Mascara in the Amethyst Violet shade, which will give plenty of volume.