Yes I am and will probably remain the best hypocrite in the world when it comes to makeup. I love the idea of pushing boundaries and I’m crushing on every other makeup look there is – but I’m often keeping it pretty natural myself (except eyeliner, cause that’s everything). But that won’t stop me from at least adoring crazy makeup looks and encourage others to go for it, right? 😉 Anyways, here are 3 makeup looks on point:
Makeup Looks On Point
I know I’ve talked about this one before, but it’s kind of too good to not bring up again. The makeup look is from Leonard Paris’ Fall/Winter 17/18 and it’s frankly genius. Love the intense turquoise that stretches above the eyelid and the distinct lines. It gives associations to art pop and kind of a funky 60s vibe. Love the black eyeliner under the eye too, that frames the turquoise dots. I know this look is for fall/winter, but I think it works equally as good for spring/summer with the summer-ish color turquoise is. Such a great way of making a color pop to and a statement by color!
I think these makeup looks are perfect examples of how makeup can be done subtly but still pushing the boundaries. The makeup look is as natural as it only can be with perfect skin, defined brows, neutral colored lips and some mascara – but with the exception of some glitter under the eyes. And it’s just divine, don’t you think? So gorgeous to go for silver metallic (read full post here) and still keep it rather subtle. Makes the eyes pop even better and probably catches the light gorgeously. I wish and hope that makeup like this will be normative in a few years time, how fun wouldn’t that be?
Half Cat Eye Makeup
So framing the eyes is one of my favorite things to say but I must say that I adore this half version of it. I think it’s genius how the eyes are intensified but still left kind of open and gives an impression of being bigger. The trick here is to do full eyeliner up and under for half the eye, leave the inner half bare and then connect with some black eyeliner for the inner corner. Leave the rest of the face rather natural with some subtle blush for the cheeks. To all of us that are always going for the classic eyeliner, perhaps this one is not completely out of the comfort zone but quite the good compromise? Will definitely try this one as I adore the effect it has.
Folks! Do you agree with me? Are these makeup looks on point? Leave a comment below!