If you’re not a makeup artist or makeup isn’t something you do on a day to day basis, then the shade of blue will definitely scare you. However, the pop of colour is a huge trend in the beauty industry, so we’re going to show you how to wear blue eyeliner/eye-shadow to up your makeup game!
You can wear blue eyeliner either in a very subtle or obvious way – however, both are incredibly beautiful and can be rocked by any skin tone. Here are some creative ways to wear blue eyeliner using the new Motives Long-Wearing Liquid Eyeliner.
Eyeliner placed simply on the inner and outer corner of the eye can be gorgeous for every day. Using the Motives Long-Wearing Liquid Eyeliner in Radical and some lashes are perfect for a lazy makeup day. If the inner corner is too much for your personal taste, just the outer corner can work nicely too!
This is a gorgeous winged liner using the Motives Long-Wearing Eyeliner in Radical. Doing your eye shadow as normal and adding that pop of blue will definitely have people wondering what you’ve done to make your eyes pop.
If you want to start off adding blue into your makeup, putting a touch of it into your bottom waterline is a great way to do so. It’s subtle yet there is still something there. Using a small defined brush, add the blue shadow or liquid liner onto your bottom waterline. Remember to start with just a little bit of product and build up to the way you want.
Looking for something more glamorous? Creating an ombre effect with your eye shadow can really step up your makeup look. The new Motives Liquid Metal Shadow in shades Sassy (purple) and Surge (blue) is the perfect combination for an ombre look. Simply line your top lashes with Surge – as close as you can to your lash line. Use a small brush and take Sassy to smoke out the purple shade above Surge. Wing it out for a dramatic look!
To create a classic eye with blue makeup, you can do what @chelseasmakeup has done – smoking out the shade Sassy into the outer corner. The rule of thumb when doing a classic eye is starting off with an extremely small amount of product so you can blend seamlessly. Don’t be afraid to spend as much time on blending as possible so there are no harsh lines!