Season trend: eyeshadows with metallic effect
A gleam in the eyes always catches the attention and touches someone to the heart. To add more sparkle in your eyes this season will help such beauty-product like eyeshadows with metallic shine. In makeups from fall-winter 2014-2015 show, they occur most frequently.
Fall-Winter 2015 will be the season of focus on the eyes and makeup artists do not recommend emphasizing on the lips.Well, we will follow their advices especially because they offered a lot of makeup options. One of the makeups is the smoky eyes, created with eyeshadows with metallic effect. Thanks to them, the look gets a irresistible magnetism. Though, such eyeshadows look different in cold and warm shades.
Eyeshadows with metallic effect in warm shades look very soft on the eyelids. If they do not have that crazy sparkle in the light, like glitter, they can even complement a natural makeup in nude shades. To do this, apply these eyeshadows (choose sweet honey hue) on the contour of the lower eyelid closer to the inner corner of the eye, as in the Issey Miyake show. In order for the image to not lose its naturalness, leave lashes without mascara. If to combine warm shades with the cold, as in make-up from Alexander McQueen show, the result may turn out very expressive thanks to the game of contrasts.
Icy shine of steel on the eyelids will not turn you into an unconscious Iron Lady or The Snow Queen, but it will certainly add hardness and poignant to the look. However, silvery shadows should not be used on their own without additions, this is the verdict of makeup artists, who created the beauty looks from the catwalk. Eyeshadows with steel sheen are often used as a base for eye makeup. The makeup was finished by creating wings in neon colors, like in Chanel show, giving the image a futuristic tone, or black eyeliner on the ciliary loop, as in Donna Karan show. In the makeup created for Alexander McQueen show, spectacular wings were created in cold silver shades.
Equally popular among other cool shades of eyeshadows turned blue. You can “wear” it on your eyelids in pure form, obtaining a makeup in the spirit of films about space future. In the John Rocha show, make-up artists advised to apply such shadows predominantly in the inner corner of the eye and a thin line along the contour of the eyelashes, on the upper eyelid. This eye makeup looks unusual but fascinating. On the Dior show, with the help of blue-sky metallic eyeshadow were created blurry wings having a width on the entire eyelid. Pat McGrath, the author of this idea, managed to create an almost mirror-shiny coating, which also brought the image a futuristic tone.