Does it ever feel like those scheduled workouts seem to last forever? Below are a couple of simple tips on how to make any workout seem as quick and painless as possible:Bring A Buddy. Working out with the right workout buddy isn't just fun but also provides that extra push you need to go that extr...
Rainbow eyes are cool to look at, but it takes a brave person to pull off the multi-hued effect all on one lid. But that doesn't mean you can't give it a go. Below are a few examples on how to attempt the above crazy colors for your eyelids:
RED Muy caliente! Instead of your usual dark smoky eye, use shades of crimson and maroon for a sexy night out on the town. We can’t get enough of Dawn B.’s sultry scarlet two-toned lid. PINK A pink eye may seem tricky, but it’s worth the risk! Don’t be afraid to try a vivid shade (and matching eyebrows!) similar to Snarky Princess for an edgy look, or try a muted shade in the center of your lid for a more feminine effect.
ORANGE Just as the blazing sun sets past the horizon, Kristin R.’s burnt orange eyes are on fire! The stunning deep tangerine hue is already a popular shade for fashion and beauty—it’s been named Pantone’s color of the year for 2012! YELLOW Yellow has been proven to boost your mood and make you feel happier, so why not brighten your day with a splash of the sunny shade on your lids? Balance the warmth of your daffodil-tinted lids with a cooler teal liner like Natalia U.
GREEN This Kelly green shade is ideal on paler skin tones (and Beauties with hazel eyes!) and the perfect option for special occasions such as Christmas or St. Patricks Day! We love how Stacey D. paired the mint green shade with sparkly red liner. BLUE Whether you opt for an inky shade like Sonja D. or try a pale pastel hue, blue isn’t just for the ’80s anymore. Modernize the old trend with sleek black liner and a nude lip.
PURPLE Whether you experiment with lilac eyes or pull out your bright violets, purple eyes are a great smoky alternative to black or brown. We love how Lauren S. seamlessly blended her magenta and pink shadow together.