Hot, Hot Pink
For this look, choose a fuchsia mascara and load up the top and bottom lashes. Keep the rest of the face pared back. Just a slick of clear lip gloss and a radiant moisturizer are plenty.
Create even more drama by coordinating eyeliner and mascara. A lime green color scheme on the upper lash lines will make any eye color pop. For a precise match, use the same colorful liquid liner on eyelids and lashes.
Blue eye makeup is back and bigger than ever. Put a unique spin on the trend by enhancing the top and bottom lash lines with bright blue mascara. Keep brows natural so they don't compete. A soft rose lip color complements the blue perfectly.
Purple is a universally flattering color that looks beautiful with all skin tones and eye colors. And only a bit of product is needed to create a rich look. Go around the full eye with a grape eye pencil and coordinating mascara. A ballet pink lip gloss ups the prettiness.
To ensure the focus remains on eyes, cover lips with a neutral lip color that closely matches skin. Then apply a few coats of red mascara on the top lash lines.
Feel naked without eyeshadow? Work it into a subdued colorful mascara look. Apply a sheer shadow along the lid, then brush on a matching mascara only on the tips of lashes. For a full Creamsicle look, finish with a rosy peach lip color.
Matching eyeshadow with mascara is a no-fail option, but matching brows with colorful mascara? That's a new one. Go bold with navy blue brows and mascara, then finish with a silver eyeshadow applied from the lash lines up to eyebrows.
A few coats of bright blue mascara can perk up eyes as well as any luminizing eye cream. For extra oomph, curl lashes before using the mascara.
Afraid you'll accidentally leave the house wearing a white mascara primer? Get over that fear by intentionally sporting white mascara. When applied to top lashes, it has a cool ice queen effect. It also makes the whites of eyes look bright white. No eye drops necessary.
Yellow eye makeup is #trending. Those who have always neglected the shade can make up for lost time by sweeping a matte marigold shadow across the eyes and finishing with a matching mascara. There's no need to do anything to the rest of the face. The eyes have it.
Down the Center
Remember what we said about placement? Use the tip of a mascara wand to add color only to the very center on the top and bottom lash lines. It has a cool graphic finish and makes just as much of a statement as mascara applied on the entire lash line.
Why stop at only color? Indulge in beauty's glitter obsession by coating lashes with a sparkly colored mascara. Don't want to buy a new product? A glitter liquid liner will do the trick. Up the girlishness by tying a long white bow in hair.
Like a cohesive finish? Coordinate hair accessories or earrings with colorful mascara. This single golden yellow feather and yellow-green mascara make an arresting combo. Just make sure the eyes are strong. Sweep on several layers of chartreuse mascara. Then apply another coat. Finish with one additional layer.
Lighten up with a shimmering silver mascara applied to top lashes. Resist the temptation to pile it on. It's about an understated finish. Brush a hint of the metallic mascara across brows. It's subtle, but oh so pretty.
Bat Those Lashes
Look-at-me lashes need to be balanced, especially when wearing multiple coats of an electric mascara. Adding more color to your face can sometimes be difficult, but a neutral lip color will always look good. Trust.
Tone on Tone
No match? No problem. Don't be afraid to experiment with different eyeshadow and colored mascara combinations. Start off with similar shades for a low-key look. A pale yellow mascara with a sheer sherbet orange eyeshadow is soft enough to work for day. It's considerably more exciting than brown eyeshadow.
New Age Goth
We can always count on Rihanna for endless beauty inspiration. Take a cue from the Fenty x Puma runway and juxtapose a gothic black lipstick with white mascara. Really load on the mascara so it comes across as bright white rather than soft gray.
For bold beauty lovers, the more colors, the better. Instead of wearing all the shades in a 12-pan eyeshadow palette, experiment with colored mascara and liners. This pink mascara with green, teal and white eyeliner is a great starting point.
Isn’t it time you get out of your black rut? No, we’re not talking about clothes, we’re talking about mascara. (Although, we do encourage you to add some color to that all-black wardrobe with lavender and hot pink this season.) You’ve been on a quest to find the blackest black mascaras for so long that you forgot a whole rainbow of mascara colors exist — and they’re better than ever.
The beauty looks at fashion month served as a great reminder that there are a number of gorgeous colored mascaras available. What’s more, they provided ample inspiration on how to wear the trend. Makeup artists backstage at the shows demonstrated how a few coats of colored mascara can have as much impact as an eight-color smoky eye decked out with crystals. The colorful mascara looks also proved that it’s as much about placement as it is color.
Breaking up with black may be hard, but it doesn’t have to be a permanent split. Just give your go-to mascara a break now and again by trying on a bright shade. Who knows, once you see how a colorful mascara makes peepers pop, you may find yourself embracing colored lashes more and leaving black mascara behind.
Get started by taking a look at 19 runway-approved ways to wear colored mascara.
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