How To Work Colour Mascara

There are so many ways to update your look and keep it fresh without having to go to crazy especially if you are not so brave when it comes to make up. Colour Mascara is a great way to make your look fun and fresh and even if you don’t want to go with a bright colour there are colours like dark blue and plum that are still modern ways to freshen up your look.

There are more and more brands that are introducing colour mascara as its become so on trend on the catwalk. Its an easy way to update your look and give it that extra edge.

Here is me giving it a try. I have used Kiko Super Colour Mascara in no 01 which is a beautiful deep purple and really makes the lashes pop especially in the daylight:

 

Paired with a fresh contoured face and a nude lip or a slightly brighter lip can be really cool if you have a tan. Its such a fresh and pretty look. In the Stella Macartney and Donna Karen SS13 shows bright mascara was definitely a key trend but not everyone is brave enough to go with bright pink:

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The darker the skin tone the brighter the colour will work as most colours suit really bright colours. Also match up mascara so as to compliment  the colour of your eyes and make your eye colour pop even more. Purple’s look amazing on hazel/brown eyes and blue eyes, blue mascara of all the shades looks great on all colour eyes and it seems to be the most on trend colour and green will definitely compliment hazel and blue eyes.

Kiko and Inglot have a great range of colours :

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Hope you enjoyed my post. x

(disclaimer: the opening image is not my work)

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