It may be time to double layer those tights and slip on slush while crossing the street, but let’s get inspired by the wintertime and do some fun beauty experimentz. White eyeshadow/liner is usually reserved for the waterline or the inner corners of eyes, but let’s give your lids some luv, too. And what better time than now to look like an ice queen? (Without overdoing it, because Halloween was so last month.)
Grab a cup of steaming hot choco and peruse the different ways to rock frostbitten-around-the-eyes look and go skating after or something.
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Snow All Over
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Make sure to apply a bit of eye primer or concealer beforehand to even out your lids and ensure it stays put. A swipe or two with your brush is perfect for a sheer, subtle ~glow~. You can also pat down layers for something more pigmented. Finish off by curling your lashes + one or two coats of mascara. HOW EZ WAS THAT?
Extras: Pile on the mascara and maybe even some falsies (suggestion: single lashes, so it’s less aggressive). Spider lashez, yo.
For something more defined, try white eyeliner. Chances are you’ve already got a white pencil liner laying around, usually for the inner corners or waterline, so you’ve got no excuses not try this look out. Skip the waterline, but get the inner corners still to keep those eyes lookin’ ***bright and shiny*** (or maybe put some colour there instead!!!). Be careful when applying mascara so that you don’t accidentally get some on the white lines.
Extras: A white cat eye sounds really chic. Do it.
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And that’s it. Snowball eyes, white not?? Now that you’ve got each look figured out, wear ‘em both at the same time, wear them to school, to work, to all the upcoming holiday parties bc u a sexy socialite. SHINE BRIGHT LIKE THE UNIQUE LIL’ SNOWFLAKE U R.