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Tuesday Tip – Colored Eyeliners

17 May

We are launching a new section called Tuesday Tip from this week. No matter where you work, Tuesdays tend to be the dullest day of the week. So to combat the general “meh”-ness, we bring to you a quick tip to perk up your day!

Also, if you do happen to try out our Tuesday Tip, send us a photo and we’ll feature you in our column!

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Tuesday Tip – Issue 1 – Colored Eyeliners

Nothing perks up your day more than an injection of color. Instead of the normal black/brown eyeliner, go with a bright color. As a recommendation, brown eyes can go with purple, black eyes with teal, blue eyes with pink and green eyes with gold. Just remember to keep the rest of the look simple and use a generous dose of mascara to highlight the eyes.

My favorite colored eyeliners are Urban Decay’s 24/7 liners and they have a great range of bright colors.

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3 Comments

Posted by on May 17, 2011 in Ladies Only, Tuesday Tip

 

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3 responses to “Tuesday Tip – Colored Eyeliners

  1. Hala

    May 17, 2011 at 12:48

    I love Bourjois’ Club blue! My must-have! I’ve lost it twice and bought it back again!

    But omgosh, that Urban Decay looks exactly the color I’ve been looking for. I’ve had to settle for a close color from Rimmel in the past.

     
  2. siddhilicious

    May 17, 2011 at 13:08

    I’ve been wearing green and blue eyeliners since i was 17! big big fan :).

     
  3. nainz83

    June 11, 2011 at 23:32

    Awesome I wear these colours most of the time – will try to send u a pic 😉

     

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