The New Take On Silver Eyeshadow
With festive season approaching, it’s time to give way to glam makeup looks. The latest makeup trends put all accent on eye makeup, taking inspiration from 90’s makeup styles. Among them, there’s a makeup look that will give absolute attention to your eyes this upcoming party season. Here are some examples of the new take on silver eyeshadow:
With a very effective dramatic finish, this makeup trend makes use of bright metallic silver eye shadows with highly pigmented full coverage formulas. A new take on the subtle classic silver eye shadow.
Applying the eye shadow is an easy job. Making use of the monochrome technique, apply the eye shadow to the entire eyelid – even under the lower eyelash line – with thick eyeliner for a high impact look and without it for a more classic take on the trend.
The hue you should use is a high intensity silver with a super glittery or even metallic finish. Translucent, satin or matte finish eye shadows will not achieve the high impact effect of this makeup trend.
This eye shadow shade is incredibly versatile. The silver hue somewhere in between icy white and pearl gray is universally flattering and fits all skin tones, eye colors and hair hues.
Beauty tip: for a winner look, match the silver eye shadow with a glossy or satin finish cold hue light pink lipstick.
This party season make most of this beauty trend for a sophisticated and glamorous makeup look that will transform your eyes from beautiful to mesmerizing.
REVLON Colorstay Crème Eyeshadow – Earl Grey
ALIMA PURE Pearluster Eyeshadow – Breathless
URBAN DECAY Moondust Eyeshadow – Moonspoon
MAC Dazzleshadow – It’s All About Shine
CLARINS Ombre Iridiscente – Silver Gray
DIOR Diorshow Mono Eyeshadow – Techno
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