Brown eye shadow
Brown can be used to accentuate your eyes without giving you a heavy makeup look. By using the color brown strategically, you can create the illusion of deeper, more intense and larger eyes.
If you think that black, grey, brown or other intense colors are too heavy for your eyes, then this trend might be something for you! Designers like Derek Lam and Vera Wang used subtle pink and purple eye shadow to bring out the eyes of their models. The effect was amazing! The subtle colors created a very beautiful dreamy and romantic look.
One little line of an eyeliner can transform your whole look. No wonder that the eyeliner is a huge trend every season. And the fun thing about eyeliners is that there are so many eyeliner styles to 'play' with. My favorite one is the winged eyeliner, one of the most classic beauty trend in history. Furthermore, I also like the thick inky lines as seen on the runway during the Oscar de la Renta fashion show.
|Oscar de la Renta|
The striking eyeliner is another variant of the eyeliner that is also a next season's beauty trend. Instead of the traditional eyeliner, designers used materials like lipsticks, strips and stickers for the eye. Sounds pretty crazy, right? But the effect is amazing! I can't wait to experiment with those non-traditional eye makeup.
I am excited to welcome the reappearance of the smokey eye. The smokey eye has been a winter beauty trend for a while. Luckily, there were some designers who decided to show the smokey eye on the runway for their Spring 2015 shows. I adore the smokey eye because it makes you look chic, sexy and mysterious at the same time. I love smokey eyes most when it's not over the top and doesn't have blue hues.
This makeup trend preserved its strong position for the next season to come. This is the easiest and most effortless makeup trend that have ever existed. This trend is ideal for those who doesn't want to spend much time on doing their makeup and those who find it hard to master makeup techniques.