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Blue mascara is a safe
shade that works with all skin and hair colors. It adds a layer of volume that
deepens the eye and brings out the whites. Wear a neutral shadow and an indigo
liner to really highlight this shade. Add a few more blue accessories around
your face, like a scarf or earrings, to draw more attention to your eyes. If
you want to add lip color, pinkish shades or plum would look très cool.
This blue mascara is
great for accenting your long lashes--it won’t make them neon, but simply tips
them with blue.
Green mascara can look great
on any eyes, but it is especially hot on hazel and green. It brings out the freckles on your face and
the olive tones in your skin, which can make you look tanner! The key to
pulling off this intimidating shade is matching it with oceanic colors. Use
pearlescent pinks and turquoise to highlight the green on your eyes. A brown
eye liner will tie everything together.
Purples are great for
the brown-eyed babe, but also work wonders for hazel, green, and blue eyes.
This trendy color is easily painted on with your favorite dark liner and some
berry shades on the lid. That means reds, pinks and fuchsia lightly blended
with some more neutral tones so that the mascara is the real center of
Want a deeper purple hue
for those romantic summer nights? Pick up Blinc Kiss Me Mascara in purple--
it’s waterproof, smudge proof, and leaves you with beautiful deep hued lashes.
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by Kit-Cat on 7/13/2012 2:44:16 PM
Hey luckybolt, wow you make a really good point. Cruelty towards animals should be avoided in all forms. My friends and I support these companies, but I might not anymore. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org about this. Xoxo
I've read GL magazine for over a year, but this bothers me. Why does the magazine recommend products tested on animals? Animal testing is expensive, wasteful, and cruel. It's also proven not to give accurate results. Mac, L'Oreal, Maybelline and Sally Hansen products have all been advertised in GL. These companies participate in deadly experiments where Rats, mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, and other animals are forced to swallow or inhale massive quantities of a test substance or endure the pain of having caustic chemicals applied to their sensitive eyes and skin––even though the results of animal tests are often unreliable or not applicable to humans. Even if a product has blinded an animal, it can still be marketed to people just like you. Non-animal tests are cheaper, faster, and more accurate. It makes me sad to know that GL sponsors these companies and recommends their cruel products to their readers. I'd like to know who I can contact about this. Thank you. Lynae P.
by luckybolt on 7/11/2012 7:12:50 PM
Green would be good for my eyes...but I really want the purple! It looks awesome (:
by cats-r-the-best on 7/7/2012 1:53:45 PM
eep! the purple stuff is expensive, (or at least i wouldnt wanna pay that much for makeup.) guess i'll stick to drugstore brands ;)
by bunnehz on 7/5/2012 10:47:31 PM
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