ALL BRIGHT ON THE NIGHT

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

Re­tire the phrase “I woke up like this” for spring. Colour is of­fi­cially back. Blue was the It hue (see Jonathan Saun­ders, Gi­amba, So­nia Rykiel and com­pany), but the run­way still of­fered up a va­ri­ety of rain­bow brights. Kabuki, makeup artist for Man­ish Arora, framed eyes with pris­matic pur­ples and neons, while at Monique Lhuil­lier lids were bluntly lined with emer­ald green or cyan blue. Try us­ing a sat­u­rated cream or gel liner if you’re ready to go bold, and don’t be afraid of DIY: At Issey Miyake, Alex Box brushed liq­uid pig­ment on tem­ples and blew through a straw to cre­ate a unique splash of colour. “It’s more of an artist’s stroke for ap­ply­ing liner. It’s not tra­di­tional, which I think is re­ally pretty,” said Melissa Gib­son, se­nior artist for M.A.C Cos­met­ics.

Clock­wise, from top left: M.A.C Cos­met­ics Pig­ment in Char­treuse and Neo-Or­ange ($26 each); M.A.C Cos­met­ics Flamingo Park Pow­der Blush in This Could Be Fun ($26); Sephora+Pan­tone Uni­verse Mod­ern Wa­ter­col­ors Eyes Pal­ette ($49); Chanel Le Vol­ume de Chanel Mascara in Ar­dent Pur­ple ($38); Clinique Lid Pop in Surf Pop ($20); NARS Dual­In­ten­sity Eye Shadow in Tar­vos ($36)

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